The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Herpin II, of Maurice.
The groom is the son of the late Mr. Calvin Broussard, of Milton, Leslye Broussard, of Milton, and Alfred Vincent, of Maurice.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore an champagne charmeuse side-draped slim gown, which featured a beaded appliqué ribbon sash. The gown fell into a sweep train. To complete her look, the bride carried an assorted fall bouquet of lilies and roses.
Jeanne Herpin, the bride’s aunt, served as maid of honor and Ashley Romero, friend of the bride, and Lauren Carr, cousin of the bride, served as the bridesmaids during the ceremony.
The bridal attendants wore floor-length satin lapis dresses. To complete their look, the attendants carried an fall bouquets of lilies and roses.
Jenna Dailey, the flower girl, pulled the couple’s son, Dax Broussard, who served as the ring bearer, in a red wagon. Trent Herpin, Brother of the bride, served as the usher during the ceremony.
Scotty Harrington, cousin of the groom, served as best man and David Leblanc, friend of the groom, and Caleb Broussard, brother of the groom, served as the groomsmen during the ceremony.
The mother of the bride wore a sleeveless London Times tiered bolero champagne knee-length dress. To complete her look, she wore a corsage of sweetheart roses.
The mother of the groom wore a purple chiffon and hammered taffeta dress and matching bolero. The empire waist dress had a taffeta bodice beading at the waist and alternating tiers of chiffon and taffeta. To complete her look, she wore a corsage of sweetheart roses.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Chad Domingue.
A poem was read by Fredia Krmener, grandmother of the bride.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the American Legion Hall.
Upon returning from a honeymoon to Lake Charles, the couple will reside in Meaux.