Kelsey Primeaux becomes Mrs. Dylan Lormand

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Mrs. Dylan Joseph Lormand

RAYNE - A six-thirty evening Nuptial Mass on Friday, June 24, 2016, at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church united in marriage Kelsey Paige Primeaux of Rayne and Dylan Joseph Lormand of Mire.
The bride is the daughter of Alcide and Paulette Primeaux of Rayne. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meche of Maurice, and Mr. and Mrs. James Norris Leger of Rayne. Kelsey is a 2011 graduate of Rayne High School, a 2016 graduate in dental hygiene from The University of Louisiana at Lafafayette (3 years) and The University of Louisiana at Monroe (2 years).
The groom is the son of Merlin and Terry Lormand of Mire. His grandparents are Allendale Lormand of Mire, the late Merlis Lormand, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Al Peltier of Rayne. Dylan is a 2010 graduate of Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish, 2014 graduate of The University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and is employed by Luminate at Oak Grove Power Plant in Franklin, Texas.
Celebrating the Nuptial Mass and wedding ceremony was Monsignor Russell Harrington. Scriptures were recited by Jonathan Hebert and Roma Prejean, and Gift were offered by Paula Hollier and Davin Peltier. Wedding attendants were Beverly Guidry and Marlene Langlinais.
As musical selections were provided by Mark Dunbar and Anna Rees, the bride entered the church on the arm of her father. She wore a “Bergman” wedding gown from the “Badgley Mischka” collection. The design featured a V-neckline of Venise lace adorned with pearl and crystal beading on the upper bodice and V-back. The upper bodice was a luminous satin natural waistline, mermaid silhouette which flowed into tiers of tulle. At the skirt line and V-back were embroidered lace of crystal and pearls. To finish the ensemble she wore matching shoes with encrusted pearls and crystals on the heals, along with a finger-tip veil falling from a crystal and pearl halo placed gently around a soft updo.
As a bouquet, the bride chose a sophisticated hand bouquet of white peonies, anemones, rananculas, O’hara garden roses and quicksand standard roses intertwined with Queen Anne lace, blue thistle, all gathered and tied with ivory bridal satin. For a special added touch, a pearl and gold bracelet and button were placed in the creation, along with a Blessed Mother cameo. Draped across the top of the bouquet was a pearl rosary that fell across the bride’s hands.
Traditional items selected by the bride for her wedding day was a Scritpture necklace as something old. Her wedding gown was something new and her flowers was something blue.
Attending the bride as her maid of honor was her cousin, Taylor Hollier.
Bridesmaids were Mackenzie Hebert, sister of the groom; Ashley Primeaux, sister-in-law of the bride; and Shanna Morgan, Ashlee Guilbeau, Amy Kothe, Kayla Derise and Kate LeBlanc, friends of the bride.
Bridal attendants wore a floor-length gown of blush chiffon featuring a flowing A-lined skirt and crossed halter neckline by the Morihee Spring Collection. Each carried a different variation of the bride’s bouquet on a smaller scale and encircled with Dusty Miller.
Serving as flower girl was Ann-Marie Primeaux, godchild of the bride. She wore a long, ivory dress with a soft flowing tulle skirt covered in pleated swirls. An embellished pearl and silver beading applique was noted at each shoulder. She carried a pomander floral ball of satin flowers and lace ribbon.
The groom and his attendants were handsome in Allure men’s slate blue “Bartlet” tuxedoes with ivory shirts and navy suspenders. Finishing his ensemble was an ivory bow tie while his attendants wore navy blue. The groom’s boutonniere was a peoney bud, ranaculus, Queen Ann lace and Dusty Miller. Groomsmen and ushers wore boutonnieres of Ilse and porcelana sweetheart roses with Queen Ann lace and Dusty Miller.
Attending the groom as best man was a friend, Craig Bodiford. Groomsmen were Tyler Primeaux, brother of the bride; Ryan Hebert, brother-in-law of the groom; and Matt Greene, Michael Dysart, Zack Abshire, Hunter Stover and Tyler Melancon, friends of the groom.
Serving as ring bearers were Ty Primeaux, bride’s nephew, and Archer Hebert, groom’s godchild. Each wore a gray tuxedo wih ivory shirt, navy bow tie and suspenders. His boutonniere was a petite Ilse rose and Dusty Miller mixture.
Ushering guests were Derrick Guillory and Ross Couvillion, friends of the groom.
For her daughter’s wedding, the mother of the bride, Paulette Broussard Primeaux wore a floor-length “LaFemme” creation of an elegant navy satin mermaid dress with a beaded lace bodice and three-quarter-length sleeves. She chose a delicate wristlet of Ilse and porcelana roses with Queen Ann lace, Dusty Miller, and touches of navy blue on a beautiful bracelet that matched the bracelet on the bride’s handle of her bouquet.
The groom’s mother, Terry Peltier Lormand selected a shimmering “Montage” gown of aqua gray by Mon Cheri. The A-lined, two-tone chiffon creation featured a lace bodice with a deep V-neckline and capped sleeves. An A-lined skirt of chiffon was finished with a sweep train. Her floral choice was a wristlet of Ilse and porcelana roses, Queen Ann lace, Dusty Miller, and accents of metallic grey on a matching crystal bracelet.
Immedately following the wedding ceremony, the newlyweds were honored during a reception held at The Crossing at Mervine Kahn. A vintage theme was carried throughout the reception area with a color decor of gold, blush and ivory accent colors.
Among the refreshments was the bride cake, a four-tier confection of ivory buttercream with a second tier of blush pink for a vintage feel. All tiers were adorned with rich metallic gold lace at the bottom of each cake. The creation was completed with a mirrored gold “L” topper and a sparse bouquet of ivory peonies.
The groom’s cake was a two-tier confection to replicate tree bark. The delicious decadent chocolate cake was a sure eye pleaser to the avid outdoorsman. The cake was served by the groom’s godmother, Roma Prejean.
Following a wedding trip to Nassau, Bahamas, the couple is now residing in Franklin, Texas.
Prior to the wedding, a rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents at Fezzo’s in Scott. With a gumbo appetizer, guests were given a choice of grilled or fried shrimp, grilled tilapia, grilled chicken breast, catfish or shrimp dinner, New York strip or seafood pasta served with stuffed potato, salad and roll.