Guidry-FergusonPublished 9:23pm Sunday, June 17, 2012
Kathryn Lee Ferguson and Barry James Guidry were united in the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony Friday, April 20, 2012, at St. Genevieve Roman Catholic Church in Lafayette, La.
The bride is the daughter of Robert and Mary Lee Campbell Ferguson of Duson, La., formerly of Monterey. She is the granddaughter of Donald and Kathryn Campbell of Monterey and the late Jimmy and Sally Ferguson also of Monterey, formerly of Ridgecrest. Katie is a graduate of Acadiana High School, Louisiana State University and University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and was most recently an account executive with Right Angle in Lafayette.
The groom is the son of Nolan and Theresa Guidry of Lafayette. He is the grandson of the late Pete and Theresé Delahoussaye of Lafayette and the late Will and Mary Guidry of Cecilia, La. Barry is a graduate of Teurlings Catholic High School, University of Southwestern Louisiana, and is pursuing his master’s of business administration from LSU. He is a retired major with the U.S. Army/Army National Guard and is a managing partner of Evolution Consulting.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore her mother’s wedding gown from 1972, slightly modified. The ivory bridal satin column gown was trimmed with fleur de lis-inspired, gold re-embroidered lace accented with antique pearls and iridescent sequins. The detachable train and custom-made, one-tier, waltz-length veil were edged with matching lace. She wore her great-grandmother’s locket that had been a gift from her father and carried a hand-tied nosegay of white High and Pure Roses, Gardenias, Mini Calla Lilies and Star of Bethlehem.
Bridesmaids wore pomegranate, full-length, duchess satin V-neck dresses with side-draped bodice and skirt and carried nosegays made with varying shades of red roses.
Groomsmen wore black two-button jacket tuxedos with a satin notched lapel, black paisley long tie with matching vest accented with red pocket squares.
Acadiana Symphony Orchestra’s string trio with flautist provided ceremonial music along with the church organist/pianist.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Oakbourne Country Club in Lafayette.
Prior to the wedding, a bridal luncheon was held at Jolie’s Louisiana Bistro and rehearsal dinner was hosted at Mazen’s Grill. Swamp tours at McGee’s Landing and an informal celebration/Fais Do-Do at Pont Breaux’s Restaurant (formerly Mulate’s) with entertainment provided by Jamie Bergeron & the Kickin’ Cajuns occurred the day following the wedding. Completing the weekend, Sunday brunch took place at Blue Dog Café followed by Cajun/Zydeco dancing at Angelle’s Whiskey River Landing.
After returning from their honeymoon to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, the couple will reside in Lafayette.