Ashley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Knight of Abbeville.
Jeric is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Langlinais and the late Sandra Langlinais of Erath.
The bride was escorted by her father, William Knight.
The bride wore a white, Galina signature bridal gown with a dramatic neckline and an elegantly draped bodice. The side-draped trumpet gown featured stunning beading, a high-collar halter and a button-detailed back. The bride’s look was accented with a one-tier, elbow-length veil with a pencil edge.
The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of various pale-colored roses accented with pearls and tied with white satin ribbon. Ashley wore a rose bracelet in memory of her uncle Donald, made with his funeral flowers.
The bride’s maid of honor was her sister Nikki Knight. The bridesmaid was niece of the groom Haleigh Moore.
The bride’s attendants wore a short, charmeuse, guava-colored dress with a strapless neckline, ruched waist and pockets. They each carried a hand-tied bouquet of roses in the colors of yellow, red and peach, with touches of freesia and held together with ribbon to match their dresses.
The flower girls were Lyndsay Migues and Annie-Carmen LeBlanc. Each of the girls carried a pomander of white and yellow daisies.
The ring bearer was Macoy d’Augereau.
The groom’s best man was his friend Seth Migues. The groomsman was cousin of the bride Max Knight.
Ushers included nephews of the groom Jace Chauvin and Scott Moore.
The groom, groomsmen, fathers, ring bearer and ushers all wore black tuxedos with black shirts and camouflage vests and ties.
The mother of the bride wore a coordinated three-piece pantsuit by Tahari. The set features a long sleeve, gold shimmer jacket, with a single-button front over a matching sleeveless shell and matching gold shoes.
The step-mother of the groom wore a two-piece iridescent set of taffeta that was a tea-length dress with a matching three-quarter sleeve jacket.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Blair Sellers.
Readings were given by the bride’s godmother Lisa Knight and the groom’s godmother Ginger Breaux.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Erath Community Center.
After a wedding trip to the Western Caribbean, the couple plans to reside in Erath.