Thibodeaux, Guidry unite in holy matrimony
A candlelight ceremony uniting Kacy Beth Thibodeaux and Nicholas Paul Guidry commenced at 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 20, 2008 at The Ballroom in Rayne. Judge John Trahan officiated
the exchanging of their vows.
The bride is the daughter of Cynthia Thibodeaux of Crowley. She is the granddaughter of Laura and the late David Thibodeaux and Ethel and the late Hellas Gaspard, all of Crowley.
Kacy is a 2004 graduate of Midland High School and attended Louisiana State University at Eunice and eventually transferred to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
The groom is the son of Hubert, III and Julie Guidry of Crowley and Brad and Deborah Hanks of Morse. He is the grandson of Juanita and the late Hubert Guidry, Jr. and William “Bill” and Nita Faulk, all of Crowley.
Nicholas is a 2004 graduate of Midland High School and attended Louisiana State University at Eunice. He is currently employed with RCS, LLC in Houma.
The bride, escorted by her mother, entered the ballroom to the sounds of Pacabell “Cannon in D Minor”. Kacy was lovely in a simple but elegant satin A-line gown featuring an intricate beaded detailing which lined the cuffs, waist and hem. A tiara configured of diamonds and pearls served as her headpiece. She carried a mixed bouquet of red and white roses, white lilies and white daisies with pearl accents.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was Kellie Wirtz, friend of the bride and groom. She was radiant in a red strapless, floor-length gown. The matron of honor carried a bouquet of red and white baby roses and white lilies.
Chosen to stand as best man was Christopher Wirtz, friend of the bride and groom.
On her daughter’s special day the mother of the bride, the former Cynthia Gaspard, was ravishing in a two-piece skirt set in teal sporting three-quartered-length sleeves.
The mother of the groom, the former Deborah Faulk, was smashing in her attire of choice. She wore a blue satin blouse paired with black, wide-legged slacks. Completing her ensemble was a black jacket with white beading.
Following the ceremony the ballroom transformed into a beautiful reception area for a night of celebrating.
The tables were enveloped in white linens topped with light blue table runners. Each table featured a magnificent centerpiece consisting of a silver platter with white pillar candles set in light blue and clear candle holders.
The bride’s cake was a three-tiered round confection accented with light blue scroll work.
The groom was honored with a red velvet cake covered in cream cheese icing with pecan sprinkles.
Out of town guest traveled from Walker and Houston, Texas, Baton Rouge and surrounding local areas.
Succeeding the wedding ceremony, the newly married couple will reside in Crowley.