Crappell-Guidry married at Sacred Heart Church

Lauren Crappell and Morille Guidry III were united in holy matrimony June 4 during a 1 p.m. double-ring ceremony at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Morgan City. The Rev. Gregory Fratt officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crappell of Morgan City. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morille Guidry Jr. of Vacherie.

For the occasion, the altar held four arrangements of ivory roses, and dahlias, hydrangeas and complimentary flowers in various shades of pink. Center aisle pews were draped with white satin bows adorned with pink dahlias.

Music was by Lee LeBlanc and Amanda Luke.

Escorted in marriage by her father, the bride wore a strapless gown of ivory satin and lace. The A-line gown was embellished with beaded metallic embroidery on the bodice and finished with a chapel train.

Gracing her head was two tiers of ivory illusion accented with pearls.

She carried a bouquet of pink dahlias accented with white pearls and ivory satin ribbon.

Niki Crappell was her sister’s maid of honor. She wore a sleeveless, lapis dress with a round neckline. The A-line gown was floor length.

Her bouquet of pink dahlias and ivory roses was finished with pink accents and purple satin ribbon.

Bridesmaids were Haley Acosta, Christina Crappell and Ronny Martinez.

Junior bridesmaid was Reese Santiny.

Abigal Oubre, godchild of the groom, was flower girl.

Ringbearer was Gavin Darby, godchild of the bride.

Jeremy Guidry was his brother’s best man. Groomsmen were Jade Becnel, Joseph Guillot and Chris Oubre.

Junior groomsman was Ethan Santiny.

Ushers were Eric Crappell, O.J. Guidry and John Becnel.

A reception followed at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium.

The wedding cake was a four-tiered octagon confection. The white almond cake was topped by a pink dahlia bouquet. Matching petals were scattered around the base of the cake.

Prior to the wedding, the groom’s parents hosted seafood boil at their home.

The bride is a graduate of Morgan City High School and Nicholls State University in Thibodaux. She is employed at Maria Immaculata Catholic School in Houma.

The groom is a graduate of E.D. White Catholic School in Thibodaux and Louisiana Technical College. He is employed at NSU.

They made their home in Thibodaux following a honeymoon cruise to Key West, Fla., Freeport, Nassau and the Bahamas.

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