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Patrick, Arrant wed at The Mansion

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Anna Nicole Patrick, of Downsville, and Matthew Wade Arrant, of West Monroe, were united in holy matrimony at 6 p.m. April 7 at The Mansion at Red Hill in Delhi.

The bride is the daughter of James and Brenda Patrick, of Downsville; and the granddaughter of Farris Frost, of West Monroe, and the late Marvin Frost; and Naomi Patrick, of Downsville; and the late Jessie Patrick.

The groom is the son of Bobby and Sandy Arrant, of West Monroe; and the grandson of Charles and Jean Hatten, of West Monroe; and Lavenia Arrant, of West Monroe, and the late Harold Arrant.

The double ring ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Byron Boykin.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a white romantic ball gown featuring beaded lace appliques that began on the strapless sweetheart neckline bodice and cascaded onto the tulle skirt. A beaded and lace border finished the dress at the hemline.

Her veil was a handmade single tier cathedral length veil trimmed in lace matching the lace of the wedding gown. The veil was also adorned with hand cut lace appliques sewn down the length of the veil.

She carried a bouquet of baby blue hydrangeas and yellow roses mingled with small white stephanotis flowers.

The Matron of Honor was Jami Etheridge, sister of the bride, of Downsville. Bridesmaids were Kara Williams, sister of the bride, of Farmerville; Tuyen Pham, friend of the bride, of Monroe; and Emily Wohlers, friend of the bride, of Sterlington.

They wore floor length sleeveless dresses that featured a lace bodice, illusion neckline, and a ribbon-defined waist in a soft shade of ice blue. They carried a bouquet of baby blue hydrangeas outlined with baby’s breath.

The Best Man was Nick Howard, friend of groom, of Dubach. Groomsmen were Chad Hatten, cousin of the groom, of Shreveport; James Smith, friend of the groom, of Youngsville; and Brandon Arrant, brother of the groom, of Sterlington.

Ushers were Ethan Chandler, of Calhoun; and Seth Arrant, of West Monroe.

Flower girls were Abigail Williams, Avery Williams, of Farmerville; and Mallory Etheridge, of Downsville.

The flower girls wore white tea length dresses featuring a rose petal bodice with an ice blue sash.

The ring bearer was Matthew Etheridge, of Downsville.

Madison Etheridge, of Downsville, served as Junior Bridesmaid. She wore a floor length sleeveless dress that featured a lace bodice, illusion neckline, and a ribbon-defined waist in a soft shade of ice blue.

A reception followed at The Mansion at Red Hill in Delhi.

Before the ceremony, a rehearsal dinner was hosted April 6 at Copeland’s of New Orleans in Monroe by the groom’s parents.

After a honeymoon in Canada, the couple will reside in Downsville.

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