The bride is the daughter of Mark and Cyndi Broussard of New Iberia. The groom is the son of Carmen Ramos Hebert of Loreauville and David Hebert of Lafayette.
For her wedding, the bride wore a creation by Amy Michelson Couture, in gorgeous organza and lace. Vintage and contemporary all at once, the draped halter neckline dropped to a deep V and was accented with hand tatted alencon’ lace. The ball gown skirt flowed with multiple layers of organza in various shades of cream. The back of the gown made a beautiful focal point with a lovely criss-crossed organza bow. Her headpiece was a fingertip veil with ivory ribbon edging. She carried a bouquet of cascading stargazer lilies, Ivory roses and freeshia, accented with heather and lily grass.
Hollie Broussard served her sister as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Laura Hebert, sister of the groom; Melanie Durand, cousin of the bride; Rachael Breaux and Lauren Melancon. They each wore wine strapless satin floor length dresses with a dropped waist that was accented with a ruched band. They each carried a garden cluster of stargazer lilies, burgundy roses and accents of mauve heather and bear grass.
Natalie Bujard, cousin of the bride, served as flower girl. Gabe Phillips and Collin Hebert, nephews of the bride, served as ring bearers.
Michael Hebert served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Ryan Hebert, brother of the groom; Grant Thomas, cousin of the groom; Coy Lorraine and Robert Bryan. Ushers for the ceremony were Andrew Broussard, brother of the bride; Jon Coxe, Edrick Prados and Charlie Segura.
A reception was held for family and friends at The Manor. Upon returning from a wedding trip to the Rieviera Maya, the couple will reside in Baton Rouge.