Jennifer is the daughter of Michael and Ludell Dronet of Crowley, and granddaughter of Olympe Dronet, also of Crowley. She is a 2002 graduate of Crowley High School and is employed at the LSU Rice Experiment Station in Crowley.
Chase is the son of Adana Lebleu of Crowley and Shad Mouton of Rayne. His grandparents are Callie Monceaux of Crowley and Edwin and Ann Mouton of Rayne. He is a 2001 graduate of Crowley High School and is employed by Performance Contractors of Baton Rouge.
On the arm of her father, the bride was radiant in a strapless organza corset gown accented with beaded metallic lace throughout the bodice, from which flowed a full length skirt and chapel length train. She wore an open back tiara adorned with a blend of crystals, pearls and rhinestones, and carried a bouquet of red zinnias and orange calla lilies gathered with a champagne colored ribbon.
Attending as matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Christina Dean.
Bridal attendants were Deana Fontenot, Danielle Romero and Kaesha Carriere, friends of the bride, and Marky Lebleu, sister of the groom.
Attendants were each attired in a satin pick-up ball gown of clover accentuated with a sash at the waist. Each carried five orange calla lilies offset with a champagne ribbon.
Attending as best man was Justin Fontenot, friend of the groom.
Groomsmen were Jason Kibodeaux, Chase Coupel, Jacob Broussard and Tony Broussard, friends of the groom.
Attending as ring bearers were Kaden and Bennett Dartez, children of the couple.
For her daughter’s wedding day, the bride’s mother, the former Ludell Richard, chose a champagne-colored, three piece ensemble consisting of palazzo pants with a sheer overlay paired with a satin shell and lace jacket adorned with iridescent sequins.
The groom’s mother, the former Adana Monceaux selected a mock two-piece dress featuring a knit tank bodice and full charmeuse skirt.
Both mothers were presented ivory sweetheart roses adorned with seed pearls.
Following the wedding ceremony, a reception was held in the elegant upstairs ballroom of the Opera House.
Decorations throughout the reception area followed the color theme of champagne, clover and shades of orange.
The focal point of the exquisitely decorated ballroom featured the bride’s cake table. The cake was a four-tier confection of vanilla and chocolate with fillings of amaretto, strawberry cream cheese and chocolate. The top of the cake was garnished with orange calla lilies.
The groom’s cake was a traditional German chocolate confection garnished with chocolate covered strawberries. Decorations included a crane hoisting a 4x4 out of a mud pit, depicting the groom’s occupation and hobby.
Out of town guests attended the wedding from Austin, TX, Denham Springs, Covington, Baton Rouge, Ville Platte, Lake Arthur, White Castle, Youngsville, Lafayette, Abbeville, Kaplan, Estherwood and Rayne.