Amanda Lynn Haynes and Nicholas Rene Robichaux, both of Baton Rouge, were married in a 7 p.m. ceremony Nov. 16, 2012 at St. Joseph Cathdral. The Very Rev. Paul D. Counce officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William Mark Haynes, of Homer.
She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson King Bell, of Shreveport, Dr. Donald Keith Haynes, of Homer, and the late Carolyn Kimbell Haynes.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John David Robichaux, of New Iberia.
He is the grandson of Lois Mouton Miller, of Carencro, the late Thomas Marion Miller and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Robichaux.
The bride was attended by her matron of honor, Candace Traylor Murphie. Bridesmaids were Elizabeth Bordelon Adams, Amanda Jean Bailey, Audrey Heard Emerson, Aimee Rebekah Pitre, Mary Margaret Robichaux, Lauren Aucoin Tassin and Laura Madeline Tillman. Flower girl was Murphie Clair Moreland.
The bridegroom was attended by his best man, John Alexander Robichaux. Groomsmen were Maximillian Earl Bacque, Chad Alan Crow, David Keith Haynes, Kyle Ross Krienke, Louis Edward Miller, Jacob Charles Robichaux and Thomas Elliot Robichaux. Ushers were Henry Cordell Miller, Andrew Mark Shelton and Matthew Vance Shelton.
Reader was Dorothy Ann Shelton. Music was provided by Mojeaux. Floral arrangements were made by Lance Hayes Flowers. Catering was proveded by Margo Bouanchaud and Gambino's Bakery. The bride's dress was made by Pronovias of Barcelona and Gabrielle's.
A reception took place at Louisiana State Museum. Following a wedding trip to Bora Bora, the couple will reside in Baton Rouge.
Published in The Advocate on February 24, 2013