The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee Foreman. She is the granddaughter of the late Presley “T-Boy” Trahan, of Erath, Frances Abate, of Abbeville, the late Dalton Foreman, of Leroy, and Agnes Foreman, of New Iberia. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lege. He is the grandson of Laura Thibeaux, of Abbeville, the late Adam Thibeaux, of Abbeville, Edith Lege, of Maurice, and the late Gordy Lege, of Meaux.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore an A-line tank faille gown with exquisite beading adorning the waistband. The gown featured a surplice neckline with a chapel-length train. The bride completed her look with an elbow-length two-tiered veil with scalloped embellished edge and carried a hand-tied bouquet of yellow roses.
Attending to the bride were cousin and Maid of Honor Brandie Langley, friend Clarissa Romero, friend Raquel Plummer, and friend Jennica Gary. The bridesmaids all wore canary-colored floor-length dresses with a chiffon bodice accented with floral detail on the shoulder. The dresses featured a ruched waist that flowed into a satin skirt. The bridesmaids carried hand-tied bouquets of yellow and white roses.
Jennice Foreman, sister of the bride, served as the flower girl and Landon Bouillion served at the ring bearer during the ceremony.
Attending to the groom were friend and Best Man David Landry, friend Tristin Bouillion, friend, Dennis Mouton, Jr., and friend Blake Menard. Marcus Mier, cousin of the groom, and Dexter Broussard, uncle of the bride, served as ushers during the ceremony.
The mother of the bride wore a strapless plum floor-length gown with a ruched bodice. She completed the look with a bolero and a yellow rose corsage.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Blake Menard.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Erath Community Building. Upon returning from a honeymoon to New Orleans, the couple plans to reside in Erath.