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Rebecca Carol Coenen and Charles William Belsom Jr. were united in the sacrament of holy matrimony at a Nuptial Mass on Saturday, September 13, 2008, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Rayville. The Rev. Philip Pazhayakari officiated the double-ring ceremony.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. William Robert Coenen Jr. of Rayville. The bride is the maternal granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Coenen Sr.
The groom is the son of Diane Belsom of New Orleans and Charles William Belsom Sr. of Evergreen, La. He is the maternal grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Levy. Paternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arthur Belsom of Lafayette.
The bride's attendants were Mary Raven, matron of honor, Elizabeth Cooper, Emily Patron and Mackenzie Cooper, junior bridesmaid. The flower girls were Annie Raven and Sophia Patron.
Groomsmen were Jesse Coates Jr., best man, Brett Patron and Ryan Whittington. Ring bearers were Hudson Cooper and Jacob Patron. Ushers were Will Coenen, Matt Coenen, Luke Coenen and Chris Mathes.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an off-white taffeta, floor-length Nicole Miller gown. She carried a bouquet of escimo and vendula white roses with white spray majolica and white mini callas accented with seeded eucalyptus.
The bridesmaids wore lagoon-colored knee-length dresses and carried bouquets of Mango Callas and Ruma spray rose accented with light aqua piping.
The church was elegantly decorated with matching arrangements of white roses, white glads, white Casa Blanca Lilies, bear grass and Italian Ruskus. Music was provided by Mary Lou Bairnsfather and soloist Jennifer Free.
The reception was held in the home of the bride. Beautiful arrangements of leonidas roses, orange enchantment lilies with accents of berries, gala apples and grapes decorated the food table and entry of the home. The bride's cake was a multi-layered cake of different flavors and decorated with white roses. The groom's cake was a three-tiered chocolate cake. Easy Eddie and the Party Rockers entertained the guests.
The couple will make their home in Baton Rouge.