Frazier, Brouillette wed at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

Hannah Frazier and Blair Brouillette were married on December 30, 2016.

Scott and Colleen Frazier of Watson announce the marriage of their daughter Hannah Kay Frazier to Blair Nikolas Brouillette on December 30, 2016.

The wedding was held at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Denham Springs, with Father Frank Uter officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father.

The bride is a graduate of Live Oak High School and Northshore Technical College and is employed as a phlebotomist at North Oaks Diagnostic Center.

The bride’s grandparents are Coralie Cieslinski of Montgomery, Texas, Frank and Donna Frazier of Denham Springs and John and Joyce Caraway of Denham Springs.

The groom is a graduate of Walker High School and ABC Technical College and he is employed in sales at Baton Rouge Winwater.

His parents are Richard and Melinda White of Walker.

His grandparents are Richard Sr. and Donna White of Zachary and George and Kay Chittendon of Tickfaw.

The maid of honor was Morgan Spring of Watson. Bridesmaids were Haley Frazier of Boone, Tennessee, Brittney White of Prairieville and Emily Frazier of Denham Springs.

Music for the ceremony was provided by Glen Forbes, Christina Vallejo, Kelsey Rainey and Katie Rainey.

The best man was Richard White of Walker. The groomsmen for the wedding were Cameron Jones of Pine Grove, Brett Frazier of Denham Springs and Clay Bendily of Pine Grove.

Ushers were Jeffrey Mathis, Phillip Mathis and Russell Ballew.

The reception was held at Forrest Grove Plantation with musical entertainment provided by Geaux Live.

The destination of the couple’s wedding trip is Branson, Missouri, and they plan to live in Pine Grove, Louisiana.

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