Lognion, Wintz wed Aug. 31

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South

Jessica Ann Wintz of Plaquemine and Christopher J. Lognion of Lake Charles were married during a 2 p.m. ceremony Aug. 31, 2013 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Plaquemine.

Justice of the Peace Steve Smith conducted the double ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of John and Bebe Wintz and the groom is the son of David and Becky Lognion. The bride was given in marriage by her father John A. Wintz III.

The couple were married under an arbor outside the KC Hall. The arbor was decorated with flowers and white tulle. In the center of the arbor was a white wreath with a blue "L" for the bride's new name Lognion in the middle.

Nuptial music was performed by DJ Koolaid (Troy Doiron).

Maid of Honor was Christina Irwin. Bridesmaids were Allie Wintz and Chantell Favaron.

The bride wore an A-line satin dress with lace over lay, with beading around the bust and along the edges of the dress with the lace splitting from right under the bust to the floor flowing into the train. She wore an aurora borealis Swarovski crystal and pearl tiara. Her veil was handmade by her godmother, Sissy Irwin. The veil had pearls hand sewn throughout the tulle. Lace and aurora borealis stones were hand sewn around the edges of her finger tip veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses and white flowers tipped with pink with pearls and aurora borealis crystals adjourning the bouquet. Her cousin Casey I. Vince did her hair and makeup.

The maid of honor wore a knee length strapless silver chiffon dress. The bridesmaids wore matching knee length strapless royal blue chiffon dresses. They all carried a bouquet of pink roses and complimentary flowers.

Best man was Kyle Richard. Groomsman were Nick Lognion and Jeremy Watson.

Ring bearer was Justin Maylon, nephew of the bride.

The reception was held at the Knight of Columbus Hall in Plaquemine. Reception décor included a sign in book while entering the hall. A display of pictures of the couple was presented on an antique picture frame. An 11x14 picture of the bride in wedding attire was displayed on an antique easel. Baby photos of both the bride and groom were displayed throughout the entryway. There was also a memory table of loved ones that have passed away.

The colors of the wedding were royal blue, silver and white. The tables and chairs were covered in white with blue sashes adjourning the chairs. The center pieces were glass cylinders with silver stones and sparkling blue net wrapped around the outside with blue water beads and blue flowers in them.

The wedding cake was a three tier round cake with fleur de lis adjourning the layers and decorated with blue flowers. The cake was topped with the letter "L." On the second layer, sat a bride and groom gazing lovingly at each other.

The groom's cake was a zombie cake with the head displayed as if it was coming out of the ground.

In one corner was a sweets table and also a popcorn bar. In the other corner was a bridge setup for the presents for the bride and groom. On the outside doors were two white wreaths with a blue "L" in the center of them.

After a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will reside in Lake Charles.