Tracie Labbie of Estherwood and Brian Leger of Crowley marry
CROWLEY - Tracie Simone Labbie of Estherwood, the daughter of Kenny and Patty Labbie of Crowley, has wed Brian Keith Leger of Crowley. The groom is the son of Margaret Leger of Crowley and the late Ronald Leger. The ceremony took place Friday, September 2, 2011 at 5 p.m.
The intimate family ceremony took place at St. Michael’s Church in Crowley. Father Gary Schexnayder was officiant.
The bride’s paternal grandmother is the late Joycie Love Mier, and her maternal grandparents are George Stelly of Crowley and the late Janet V. Stelly.
Tracie is a 1991 graduate of Crowley High School and she is employed at A & B Medical Supply of Crowley.
The groom’s paternal grandparents are the late Murphy and Louise Leger, and his maternal grandparents are the late Joseph and Josephine Leger.
Brian is a 1987 graduate of Crowley High School. He is currently self-employed as a residential appraiser and owner of Blade’s Total Boxing Gym.
Musical selections were performed by violinist, Hunter Lambert, as the bride entered the church, escorted by her father.
Her strapless A-line mermaid gown with lace overlay was trimmed in pearl beading with a slight train. She carried a bridal bouquet of pink orchids.
Representing something old, she wore her mother’s pearl necklace and earrings. Something new was her shoes. Tracie borrowed her sister’s wedding gown and representing something blue, she wore her sapphire wedding band.
Serving as maid of honor was Kaitlyn Comeaux, daughter of the bride. She wore a beautiful one shoulder Grecian style pink chiffon gown and she carried stemmed white orchids and white lilacs.
Best man was Blade Leger, son of the groom. Serving as groomsman was Kennan Comeaux, son of the bride.
The darling flower girl was Morgan Rozas, godchild of bride, who was dressed in a cream sleeveless banded dress with full skirt adorned with sequins. She carried a kissing ball of pink roses.
The former Patty Stelly, mother of the bride, chose a black and white floral A-line sleeveless dress with a matching black layered jacket. Her corsage was of white gardenias.
The mother of the groom, Margaret Leger, was dressed in a classic black skirt with a white silk blouse. Her attire was also enhanced with a corsage of white gardenias.
The wedding reception was held at the VFW Hall located on VFW Drive in Crowley. A sign-in guest table featured a framed portrait of the bride displayed on an antique white easel. Completing the ensemble was a topiary of pale pink rosebuds. Guest tables were topped with varying sizes of glass vases etched with the initial “L” and filled with floating candles and fresh rose petals.
Framing the bridal table was a white, sheer, arched backdrop flanked on each side by white pedestals. Topping the pedestals were urns of white wisteria. The bridal cake was a confection of white cake with white chocolate amaretto, pistachio, strawberry and Bavarian cream fillings decorated with pink royal icing and trimmed with fresh white orchids displayed on a silver cake plateau. Candelabras of crystal and ivory graced the sides of the bridal cake. A scattering of rose petals and mirrored tea light candles completed the accents on the bridal table. The honor of serving the bride’s cake was given to her aunt, Annette Stelly.
The groom’s table featured a boxing ring theme. The chocolate cake was topped with a pair of red boxing gloves. Surrounding the grooms table were white poles with blue and red ropes simulating a boxing ring. The honor of serving the groom’s cake was given to his sister, Michelle Miller.
Food tables featured two large floral vases trimmed with pink tulle filled with mixed pale pink hues of roses, hydrangeas and daisies.
Following a wedding cruise to Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Cozumel, the newlyweds will reside in Crowley.