Evening ceremony unites Broussard, Landry
CROWLEY - On May 8, 2010 during a double ring ceremony Jennifer Ann Broussard and Ryan James Landry, both of Crowley, were united in holy matrimony. Jason Corder officiated the 6:30 p.m. ceremonial rites held at Forest Park Church of Christ.
Musical selections for the ceremony were provided by Esther Simon and David Douget. Wedding guests were ushered to their seats by cousin of the groom Nick Quebodeaux and friend of the groom David Douget.
The bride entered on the arm of her father, Bruce Broussard, wearing a stunning satin a-line strapless gown featuring a side-drape. The dress included intricate beaded lace detail in a bold shade of apple around the sweetheart neckline and floor-length hem. The gown was completed by a corset back and chapel length train.
The bride wore a floral head piece accented with crystal sprays and embellished with apple chiffon covered stones. She carried a bouquet of fresh red roses and white calla lilies.
The bride was attended by her maid of honor and sister Megan Cramer who wore an apple colored long jersey dress with a single shoulder strap. It featured charmeuse on the bust and strap with a cascading back.
Bridal attendants included Linsay Broussard, sister-in-law of the bride; Amanda Fuselier, friend of the bride; and Amy Campbell, cousin of the bride. The ladies wore long satin skirts and chose different satin tops in apple. They carried a presentation style bouquet of red roses, and white calla lilies and greenery secured by a red ribbon.
The groom was attended by his brother and best man, Josh Landry. Groomsmen included John Benoit and Louis “Buddha” Romero, friends of the groom; and Brett Broussard, brother of the bride.
The bride’s daughter McKenzie Broussard attended the event as flower girl while her sons Jordan and Landon Broussard were ring bearers.
The mother of the bride, Margaret Watson Landry chose an embellished Jacquard Shauntung short jacket dress that was completed by a three quarter sleeve mandarin jacket accented with beading. The scoop neck dress featured a rhinestone belt.
The mother of the groom, Cindy Doucet Landry wore a formal two piece skirt suit in mint green. Silver accessories completed her look for the special occasion.
Immediately following the wedding services a reception was held at The Ballroom of Crowley. The Ballroom originally built in 1913 in federal style, was originally the post office and boasts historical grandeur.
The bride’s cake was a three tier, round confection. The base layer was a white cake with chocolate Bavarian creme while the middle layer was a decadent chocolate cake with strawberry filling. The top tier was a white cake decorative adorned with the couple’s initial and red carnations. The cake was served by the bride’s godmother, Mary Campbell.
The groom’s cake was an LSU theme Fire truck. The three layers featured a red velvet cake, rich chocolate cake and vanilla cake topped with butter cream icing. The unique confection was served by the groom’s godmother Sherry White.
Wedding guests traveling from out of town registered from Abbeville, Jennings, Lake Arthur, Mermentau, Evangeline and Iota.
Following a wedding trip to Galveston Island the couple will reside Crowley.
A rehearsal dinner was held at 7 p.m. on May 6, 2010 at El Dorado’s Mexican Restaurant.
Jennifer is the daughter of Margaret Landry and Bruce Broussard, both of Crowley. She is the granddaughter of Nell Segura of Abbeville.
She is a 2001 graduate of Crowley High School. She is currently self employed as a child care provider.
Ryan is the son of Rickey and Cindy Landry of Mermentau. He is the grandson of Audrey Landry of Mermentau.
In 1997 Ryan graduated from Midland High School. He is an 1998 LTC Morgan Smith Campus graduate where he earned his EMT-B and a 1999 graduate of LSU Feti in Baton Rouge. He is currently employed by the Crowley Fire Department.