Breaux and Fuselier joined in marriage
Adrienne Alexis Breaux and Dustin Paul Fuselier were married Friday, Nov. 16, 2012, at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Lafayette. The bride is the daughter of Countice Roy LeBlanc and Wayne Breaux, both of Baldwin. The groom is the son of Chad and Hassie Breaux of New Iberia. Father Bill Melancon officiated the 7 p.m. ceremony.
The bride wore a gown that featured a fitted strapless sweetheart bodice that is ruched asymmetrically and accented with a Swarovski crystal broach and sash. The dropped waistline continues asymmetrically into a dramatic ruffled organza skirt. She carried a bouquet of off-white rhuenuculas and ivory roses.
Serving as matron of honor was Sarah Trosclair. Bridesmaids were Christine Andrus, Courtney Breaux, Emily Mire, Caitlyn Breaux, Jade Stoute, Lauren Roy and Hollie White.
They each carried a bouquet that consisted of dark purple calla lilies, green cymbidium orchids, dark red dahlias and black majic roses.
Serving as flower girl was Lana Abshire. Ring bearer was Julien Borel.
Serving as best man was Andre’ Doiron. Groomsmen were Ben Hebert, Baron Breaux, Clint Breaux, Mike Andre’, Chris Andre’, David Abney and Stephen Bourgeois.
A reception for family and friends was held at City Club at River Ranch.
Following a trip to the Dominican Republic, the couple will reside in New Orleans.