Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Michael Cavins
Mr. Cavins, Miss West united in Holy Matrimony
The West family barn in Pine Prairie provided the setting for a lovely 6:30 p.m. ceremony on Saturday, May 26, 2018, uniting Miss Melisa Lynee West and Phillip Michael Cavins in Holy Matrimony, with Reverends Daniel Holsomback and Brian Dore officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Quint and Roxane West of Pine Prairie. The groom is the son of Chad and Holly Briscoe of Turkey Creek and Scott and Amanda Cavins of Pine Prairie.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride was radiant in her ivory floor length A-line gown with a lace top and a tulle bottom that was finished with rose gold jewelry and a fingertip length jeweled veil.
The bridal bouquet consisted of white peonies and ranunculus surrounded by pink roses, light blue hydrangeas, and babies breath.
Elizabeth Faye West (sister of the bride) of Pine Prairie served as maid of honor for the special occasion. She wore a light blue floor length chiffon dress with draped sleeves.
Bridesmaids were Chelsey Johnson of Turkey Creek, Clelsea Soileau of Beaver Creek, Abby Soileau and Shelbi Rials of Natchitoches, and Amber Marshal and Mya Cavins of Pine Prairie. They were attired in light blue floor length chiffon gowns with off the shoulder sleeves.
Marc Johnson of Turkey Creek served as best man for the evening ceremony.
Groomsmen were Chase Briscoe of Turkey Creek, Dalton Guiterrez of Grand Junction, Colo., Austin Soileau of Baton Rouge, Marcus Comeaux of San Antonio, Texas, Kasey Sonnier of Port Allen, and Owen Cavins of Pine Prairie.
The ushers were Elliott and Aaron West (brothers of the bride), the flower girls were Sophie and Paisley Sonnier, and the ring bearer was Carter Johnson.
For her daughter’s special day, the bride’s mother was attired in a knee length blue dress with light blue and pink pointed toe stilettos.
The groom’s mother chose a light blue lace mermaid style dress that was cut above the ankles.
A reception followed at the West family barn. Decorations were antique teacups and teapots that were filled with light blue and pink flowers atop vintage books in a rustic barn setting.
Following a honeymoon to Catalina, Calif., the couple has made their home in Turkey Creek.