Tiffany Frugé, Kyle Richey wed in Jennings
JENNINGS - Tiffany Danielle Frugé of Jennings and Dr. Kyle James Richey of Egan were united as husband and wife on Saturday, June 15, at Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church in Jennings. The 6:30 p.m. double ring ceremony was officiated by Father Charles McMillin.
The bride is the daughter of Danielle M. and Anthony “Wayne” Frugé of Jennings. She is the granddaughter of Henry Myers Jr. and the late Dorothy Gary Myers, and the late Dolores Mires Frugé and Lawrence Frugé, all of Jennings.
Tiffany graduated from Hathaway High School in 2002 before attending McNeese State University, from which she graduated in 2008. She is a member of Phi Mu and the Associated Professional Educators of Louisiana. Tiffany is presently employed by the Jefferson Davis Parish School Board as a teacher at Hathaway High School.
The groom is the son of Karen and Dr. James C. Richey of Egan. His maternal grandparents are the late Florence Rose Moran Heigle and the late Earl Heigle of Metairie. His paternal grandparents are Nona Mae and James C. Richey Jr. of Egan.
Kyle is a 2001 graduate of Iota High School, a 2005 graduate of McNeese State University and a 2008 graduate of Parker Chiropractic College. He is a member of the Chiropractic Association of Louisiana, the Crowley Chamber of Commerce, the Iota-Egan Lions Club and the Louisiana Stockhorse Asociation. He is currently self-employed as the owner of Richey Family Chiropractic, LLC.
Musical selections for the ceremony were performed by Susan Comeaux, organist; Will Green, trumpter; Jodi Bollich, vocalist; and Yang Yang Li, violinist.
Guests were ushered to their seats by Tanner Manuel and Brent Manuel, cousins of the bride, and Adam Smith and Nick LaHaye, friends of the groom.
Given in marriage by her father, Tiffany was gorgeous in an elegant full-length ivory gown by Casablanca. With a classic fit-and-flare A-line silhouette, the dress was made of crystal satin and overlaid in its entirety with tulle netting embellished with beaded lace appliques. The satin lining featured a sweetheart neckline, while the tulle overlay featured an off-the-shoulder neckline finished with scalloped trim and flowed into a semi-cathedral train in the back. For a headpiece, Tiffany selected a matching fingertip veil.
She carried a clutch bouquet of ivory hydrangeas, ranunculus, cymbidium orchids and large cyms hand-tied with ivory ribbon and her grandmother’s rosary.
Amy Frugé, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Jamie Richey Brodhead, sister of the groom, and Katy Fontenot Miller and Lynsi Conner Bellene, friends of the bride, served as bridesmaids.
The attendants were clad in beautiful full-length slate-colored chiffon dresses featuring A-line silhouettes, halter necklines and open backs.
They carried clutch bouquets of white hyrangeas, green cymbidium orchids, blush and white ranunculus and splashes of green berries.
Claire Brodhead, niece of the groom, served as flower girl.
Korey Richey, brother of the groom, served as best man. Standing as groomsmen were Britt Brodhead, brother-in-law of the groom; Jeremy Frugé, brother of the bride; and Dr. Charles Whittington, friend of the groom.
For her daughter’s wedding, the mother of the bride, the former Danielle Myers, selected a floor-length champagne gown.
The mother of the groom, the former Karen Heigle, wore a floor-length sapphire gown.
Both mothers wore orchid corsages.
Selected Scriptures for the ceremony were read by Kendrea Terrell and Dr. Sabrah Kingham, friends of the bride.
Following the ceremony, the couple celebrated their union with family and friends at a reception held at the Grand Marais Ballroom in Jennings.
The Ballroom was decorated with hundreds of orchids and other cut flowers, and guest tables were topped with varying sizes of vases filled with enormous arrangements.
The bride’s cake, which featured four square tiers and was topped with orchids, was served by Mona Miller and Cindy Cart, friends of the bride.
The groom’s cake, inspired by “Lonesome Dove,” was made to look like the Hat Creek Cattle Company sign that read, “We don’t rent pigs.”
Out-of-town guests traveled from Mississippi, Texas and various points throughout Louisiana.
On the evening prior to the wedding, the parents of the groom hosted a rehearsal dinner at the Grand Opera House of the South in Crowley, where guests had a choice of beef or fish entrées. The groom’s brother Korey played music for the event, as did Adam Dale and Eric Heigle.
Following a honeymoon trip to Negril, Jamaica, the couple is residing in Egan.