Norris-Wiley wed at Shadowlawn Plantation
Cairrell Ann Norris and Jared Kyle Wiley were joined together in holy matrimony on March 24 at historic Shadowlawn Plantation in Franklin. The Rev. Charles Gilder officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Douglas C. and Lisa Burns Norris of Berwick. She is the granddaughter of Billy L. and Jean Burns of Shangaloo; the late C.E. “Joe” and Doris Eubanks Pickens; and the late Conrad E. and Marjorie McCoy Norris.
The groom is the son of William M. “Bill” and Judy Thibodaux Wiley, of Lafayette, formerly of Morgan City. He is the grandson of the late Ford V. and Leola Aucoin Thibodaux and the late Asa and Verda Timmons Wiley.
Escorted in marriage by her father, the bride wore a modern-styled halter gown overlaid in antique white lace and accented with silver threading and hand-sewn beading. The customized gown featured a deep V-neckline, a low-dipped back and a floor-length trumpeted skirt with a slight train.
She carried a fresh spring bouquet of soft white hydrangea, ivory spider mums and lemon-lime roses. White freesia, green button mums and a collar of subtle-white feathers accented the bouquet. Stems were partially wrapped and tied with antique white ribbon.
Stephanie Michelle Gaudet served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ashley Victoria Wiley, Michelle Marie May and Cateline Elizabeth Quinn.
Ryan T. Cheramie served as best men. Groomsmen were Eric M. Norris, William “Patrick” Wiley and Joel A. Daigle.
Lance M. Williams, Brandon M. Fernandez, Cameron P. Wiley and Reid R. Wiley served as ushers.
A reception followed at The Lamp Post in Franklin.
The bride is a graduate of Berwick High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She is employed with the St. Mary Parish School System and is the owner of Elle Designs.
The groom is a graduate of Central Catholic High School in Morgan City and is employed with Ocean Marine Contractors in Bayou Black.
The newlyweds to a honeymoon trip to St. Lucia and reside in Morgan City.