Broussard, Gautreaux unite during Nuptial Mass
LYONS POINT - Kevin and Rechelle Broussard of Lyons Point announce the marriage of their daughter, Camille Josephine Broussard, to Eric Jason Gautreaux, son of Joey and Rachael Gautreaux of Morse.
They married March 31 at 1 p.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Lyons Point.
The bride is the maternal granddaughter of Velta Simon of Lyons Point and the late Frank Simon Jr. and her paternal grandparents are the late Jean and Theresa Broussard formerly of Broussard. She is a 2009 graduate of Midland High School and is currently enrolled at Acadian Technical College Acadian campus. She will graduate in May 2012 in accounting. She is also currently employed with Arceneaux Transportation, LLC.
The groom is the maternal grandson of Hubert and Laurice Hulin of Midland and his paternal grandparents are Murphy and Lucille Gautreaux of Morse. He is a 2007 Midland High School graduate and is presently employed with Orkin Pest Control.
The Nuptial Mass was officiated by Father Clint Trahan. Musical selections were provided by Kimberly Guidry, aunt of the bride and T.J. Gautreaux, cousin of the groom. The scripture was read by Geretta Domingue, godmother of the bride; Holly Domingue, cousin of the bride; and Ariel Pousson, cousin of the groom. Offertory gifts were brought to the altar by Ernest and Claire Hebert, godparents of the bride.
Escorted by her father, Camille was beautiful in her ivory lace A-line wedding gown. The dress was fitted at the bodice and featured a beaded motif across the front and in back, which met the chapel length train. She chose a simple crystal tiara with a shoulder length veil as her headpiece. She clutched a bouquet of pink roses.
In keeping with tradition, she carried to her maternal grandmother’s rosary, representing something old. Her dress she considered new. She borrowed her tiara from her sister and she wore her paternal grandmother‘s blue sapphire ring.
Serving as matron of honor was the sister of the bride, Shevon Menard. Her bridal attendants were Maria Smith, sister of the bride; Mollie Vincent, cousin of the groom; Sara Hogan, Hollie Blanchard and Jenna Hargrave, all friends of the bride; Aurora Pousson, cousin of the groom; and as junior bridesmaid, Hayley Simon, cousin of the bride.
The bridesmaids wore navy blue satin knee length dresses detailed with a ruched waistline. The dress draped only one shoulder and featured an elegant bow detailed at the shoulder. They carried a bouquet of pink roses.
The best man was Benjamin Penton, friend of the groom. The groomsmen were Devin Gautreaux,brother of the groom; Matthew Broussard, brother of the bride; Dylan Hulin, cousin of the groom; Phillip Primeaux Jr. and Luke Breaux, friends of the groom; Luke Broussard, brother of the bride; and as junior groomsman, Caleb Broussard, brother of the bride.
Serving as ushers were Kemmeth Simon, cousin of the bride, and Chase Vincent, cousin of the groom.
Flower girls were Grace Hebert, godchild of the bride, and Addison Brignac, cousin of the groom. Serving as ring bearer was Hayden Monceaux, cousin of the bride.
The mother of the bride, the former Rechelle Simon, chose for her daughters wedding a charcoal grey knee length dress along with an assortment of pink flowers to complete her ensemble.
The mother of the groom, the former Rachel Hulin, chose for her son’s wedding a charcoal grey pantsuit featuring a coral shirt. She was also adorned in assorted pink flowers.
A reception was held at the Gueydan Civic Center in Gueydan immediately following the ceremony. The civic center was decorated with tall vases filled with floral stems of pink and white, detailed to follow the color scheme of pink and navy blue.
The bridal cake was a five tier confection decorated with ivory shimmered fondant. The cake was decorated with imprinted paisley and monogrammed with the letter “G” representing the couples initial. Geretta Domingue, godmother of the bride, served the bridal cake to the guests.
The groom’s cake was served by Alice Pousson, godmother of the groom. It was a cake featuring the eye of the tiger, representing Louisiana State University.
Guests traveled from Florida, Texas, Indiana and throughout Louisiana.
A rehearsal dinner was held at the home of the groom’s family on the evening of March 24. Hubert and Laurice Hulin served boiled crawfish and barbecue.
After their honeymoon to Las Vegas, the couple will reside at their home in Morse.