The bride is the daughter of Michael and Linda Comb of Breaux Bridge. Her grandparents are Laura Comb of Breaux Bridge, the late Louis Comb, and Alfred Peoples of Galveston, Texas. She is a 2000 graduate of Breaux Bridge High School, attended UL-Lafayette, and is employed as manager of Deano’s of Lafayette.
The groom is the son of Jeremy and Christine Webb Bergeron of Rayne and Brian Boudreaux of Youngsville. His grandparents are Norris and Carol Webb of Rayne, Audrey Boudreaux of Rayne, and the late Allen Boudreaux. He is a 2002 graduate of Rayne High School, attended LSU-Eunice and Unitec in Lafayette, and is currently employed by Weatherford.
Against a musical background provided by Cherie Lasseigne Quentin, guests were ushered to their seats by Garrett Bergeron, brother of the groom, and Clint Bozeman, Brandt Schultz and Charlie Bach, friends of the groom.
Scripture readers for the Mass were Florence Doré Comb, godmother of the bride, and Teisha Webb, aunt of the groom. Gifts were offered by Scott Webb, godchild of the groom; Makenzie Miller, cousin of the groom; and Kane Bergeron, brother of the groom.
On the armmr of her father, the bride wore a floor-length, Maggie Sottero wedding gown of ivory satin designed with a sweetheart neckline and corset-style bodice accentuated with Swarovski crystals. The mermaid-style, cathedral-length train was styled from a ruched design held by crystals and a side broach. Her headpiece held a cathedral-length veil of ivory illusion while she carried a bridal bouquet of ivory roses.
Attending the bride as maids of honor were two friends, Heidi Semar and Jackie Foret.
Bridesmaids were Meagan Theall Mclver, Lyndsay Cormier, Nicole Deviellier, Tara Broussard Miller and Ashley Champagne, friends of the bride, and Laura Mouton Shanahan, cousin of the bride.
Bridal attendants wore three styles of navy, floor-length gowns by Jim Heljm. Each carried a smaller version of the bride’s bouquet of ivory roses.
Serving as flower girl was Sophie Bergeron, sister of the groom. She wore a floor-length gown accented with ivory beading while carrying an ivory rose bouquet.
Attending the groom as best man was a friend, Clayton Burnett.
Groomsmen were Shane Turner, Justin Thibodeaux, Joshua Roy, Joe Guidry and Christopher Avery, friends of the groom; Zack Quibodeaux, brother of the groom; and Jacob Comb, brother of the bride.
Male attendants wore a three-piece, grey tuxedoes with navy ties, in addition to ivory rose boutonnieres.
Ringbearers were Kaigan Comb, godchild of the bride, and Kohen Bourque, son of the groom. They wore three-piece tuxedos with ivory ties and ivory rose boutonnieres.
For her daughter’s wedding, Linda Peoples Comb wore a champagne-tone suit with skirt accented with bead work. The groom’s mother, Christine Webb Bergeron selected a Michale Kors champagne beaded top with matching jacket and palazzo pants. Each was presented a corsage comprised of a double-bloom white cymbidium orchid.
Immediately following the wedding ceremony, the newlyweds were honored during a reception held at The Madison in Broussard. A silver and navy color theme was carried throughout the hall, in addition to a candle-lit ambiance.
Among the refreshments provided for the guests was the bride’s cake, a four-tier buttercream confection of square and round layers. Ivory and silver accents were noted throughout, along with designs of scrollwork and a quilted pattern.
The groom’s cake portrayed an LSU football field centered with a raised “eye of the tiger” emblem.
The couple, who enjoyed a short trip to New Orleans immediately following the wedding, plans a honeymoon in January to St. Lucia.
They plan to make their home in Breaux Bridge.
Prior to the wedding on Thursday, Sept. 20, the groom’s maternal grandparents, Norris and Carol Webb, hosted a rehearsal dinner at La Seafood House with guests enjoying their selection of ribeyes, shrimp scampi, pork tenderloin and fish.