Regan, Frugé exchange vows

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Mrs. Scott Michael Frugé

Couple united during Nuptial Mass at Our Lady Help of Christians

The beautiful Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church in Jennings was the setting for the recent Nuptial Mass uniting Emily Claire Regan of Crowley and Scott Michael Frugé of Welsh.
Fr. Charles McMillin officiated the 7 p.m. double ring ceremony on Friday, June 12.
The bride is the daughter of Anne and William Linus Regan of Crowley. She is the granddaughter of Mary Ann and Bernice Breaux of Rayne and the late Violet and Bernard Regan of Crowley.
Emily is a graduate of Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. She is presently employed as a physical therapist at The Therapy Center in Jennings.
The groom is the son of Elizabeth and John Frugé of Welsh. His maternal grandparents are the late Ruby and Claude Watkins of Welsh, and his paternal grandparents are Carolyn and Charles Frugé of Mermentau.
Scott graduated from Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish before attending the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He is currently employed with Cajun Deep Foundations.
Guests were greeted and presented with wedding programs by Rylee Elizabeth Hernandez, Leah Jules Regan and Grant Michael Regan, nieces and nephews of the bride.
They were ushered to their seats by Adam Joseph Regan, brother of the bride.
Musical selections for the ceremony were provided by vocalist Vanessa Benoit, organist Robert Marcantel and violinist Tommy Benoit.
The bride was beautiful in a full length slim fit ivory gown with an intricate lace overlay. The dress featured a scalloped neckline with off-the-shoulder cap sleeves and a V-back. It was defined at the waist with a finely detailed crystal beaded belt and finished with a chapel length train.
Emily paired her gown with a fingertip veil trimmed with a silver pencil edge and crystal accents.
She carried a clutch bouquet of ivory hydrangeas, ivory garden roses, ivory peonies, ivory majolica roses and white lisianthus accented with pale peach roses. The stems were wrapped with ivory lace ribbon and entwined with a rosary that was a gift from the groom’s family.
Jennifer Regan Hernandez, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Anne-Claire Frugé, sister of the groom, and Rachel Wilkes Antoine, Courtney Melanson Jones, Adrienne Claire Trahan, Elea McNeely Doughty and Kristen Toups Vondenstein, friends of the bride. Emma Kathryn Hernandez, godchild and niece of the bride, served as junior bridesmaid.
The bridesmaids were clad in full length sailor blue lux chiffon gowns featuring cap sleeves, satin belts and keyhole backs.
Geoffrey Noel Lafargue, friend of the groom, served as best man. Standing as groomsmen were Mitchell Paul Frugé, William Watkins Frugé, Seth Everett Frugé, Ben Stephen Frugé and Graham Stuart Frugé, brothers of the groom, and Madison Marshall Watkins, cousin of the groom.
Flower girls were Ruby Elizabeth Augustine, Olivia Grace Frugé and Rachel Lynn Frugé, nieces of the groom, and Elise Anne Regan, niece of the bride.
Russ Charles Augustine, nephew of the groom, and Noah Regan Hernandez and Luke Thomas Regan, nephews of the bride, served as ring bearers.
Selected scriptures were read by Ashley Augustine, Caitlin Regan and Melissa Regan.
Offertory gifts were presented by Brady Augustine and David Hernandez.
Altar servers were Noah Claude Augustine, Paden Anthony Augustine and Sawyer Joseph Augustine, all nephews of the groom.
Following the Nuptial Mass, family and friends joined the newlywed couple at a reception at the Point-aux-Loups Springs Ballroom in Iota.
Prior to the wedding, the parents of the groom hosted a rehearsal dinner in Jennings.
Following a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple is presently residing in Crowley.