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Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 2:00 pm

Joani Alicia Bourque and Justin Albert Romero were married Saturday, May 7, 2011, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. The bride is the daughter of Natilie Fremin of New Iberia. The groom is the son of Richard and Jeanelle Romero of Coteau.

The Rev. Barry Crochet officiated at the 6:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony.

The bride wore a white taffeta and tulle gown with a sweetheart neckline. The gown featured an embroidered bodice and full tulle skirt with rosettes.

For her headpiece, she wore a white flower with feathers and a short hair veil.

She carried a bouquet of starbust lilies and pink roses. Entwined in the bouquet was the rosary of her paternal grandfather, Gervis Bourque Sr., and the rosary decade of her uncle Rodney Fremin.

Serving as maid of honor was Avery Barnett. Matron of honor was Krissi Richard and Taylor Murphy. Bridesmaids were Riley Migues, Megan Weisz, Kimmy Bouy, Elgie LeBlanc, Brandi Breaux, Ashley Boudreaux, Madison Fremin and Camille Fremin.

Serving as flower girls were Karlee Murphy and Bella Richard. Ring bearers were Alec Richard and Blake Delcambre.

Serving as best man was Tim Nugent. Groomsmen were Damian Fremin, Treg Murphy, Cody Richard, Jason Romero, Kyle Fremin, Tim Bouy, Stoney LeBlanc, Trayton Derouen, Peyton Murphy and Tyler Romero.

Ushers were George Carter, Jeremy Fremin and Larson Fremin.

A reception for family and friends was held at Willow Wood Park.

Following a wedding trip to Disney World, the couple will reside in Coteau.

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