The Rev. Todd Hallman of Luling officiated. Music was provided by Kelly Smith Toney, violinist.
The bride is the daughter of Cliff and Pat Luttrell of Natchitoches,, La.. She is the granddaughter of Joyce Holley of Coushatta and the late Walter L. Holley, and the late Quincy and Annie Lee Luttell of Natchitoches.
The groom is the son of Warren and Charlotte Hoffman of Grosse Tete. He is the grandson of Morris and Peggy Nichols and Warren Hoffman, Sr., all of Grosse Tete and the late Lois Hoffman.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore an elegant diamond-white one-piece satin gown featuring a graceful sweep train by Maggie Sottero. Her dress was gathered with a charming corset-laced back and classic asymmetrical waistline. The gown is embellished with pewter embroidery, swarovski crystals, pearls, sequins and glass beads. She wore a fingertip silk illusion veil and carried a hand-tied bouquet of red roses.
Wendy Aucoin, a sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Holly Fonseca, sister of the bride, and Amber Ourso, sister of the groom. Junior bridesmaid was Blaire Fonseca, neice of the bride. Flower girl was Amelia Bryan, cousin of the groom.
Scott Hoffman served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Jason Baget and Jeremy Hoffman. Junior groomsmen was Mason Aucoin, and ring bearer was Austin Aucoin, both nephews of th e bride.
A pre-nuptial dinner was hosted by the grooms parents at Nottoway Plantation in White Castle, La., the previous night.
Laurie graduated from Hahnville High School and has her B.S. in Apparel Design and an EMBA from LSU. She is employed by Neese Industries in Gonzales. Chris graduated from St. John High School in Plaquemine and has his B.S. degree from LSU in Construction Management. He is self-employed.
After a honeymoon trip to the Dunns Ruier Sandals Resort in Jamaica, the couple will reside in Prairieville.
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