Amy Elizabeth Phillips & Michael Brandon Gallant Marry in Pensacola Beach

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Amy Elizabeth Phillips of Central and Michael Brandon Gallant of Denham Springs were married in a sunset ceremony April 2nd in Pensacola Beach, Florida.

The bride is the daughter of Glenda and Mike Phillips of Central, and Julie and Wade Templet of Gonzales.  Amy Is the granddaughter of Gloria and Pat Phillips of Baton Rouge, Alice Bennett of Denham Springs and the late Joel Bennett, Marilyn and A.C. Adams of Baton Rouge.  Her great grandmother is Jessie Dreher of Baton Rouge.

The bride graduated from Redemptorist High School in Baton Rouge and attended Southeastern University in Hammond.  Amy is an underwriting assistant with a locally owned workers comp. company.

The bridegroom is the son of Pam and Donovan Grettner of Denham Springs, and Mark Gallant of Baton Rouge.  The groom graduated from Northdale High School in Baton Rouge and is a fleet administrator for Hollywood Trucks, LLC.

The bride wore an ivory satin, strapless,  A-line gown with a chapel train.  The dress had a semi sweetheart neckline, side ruching detail and was adorned with rhinestones, crystal beading, pearls and sequins on the bodice.  She carried a bouquet of calla lilies and stephanotis wrapped with ivory satin streamers.

The bride was given in marriage by her father Mike Phillips.  She was attended by her Matron of honor, Kimberly A. Jurey.  The bridegroom’s best man was Rusty Chenevert.  The couple’s children, Mecaliah, Bailey, and Jordyn Gallant, and Madyson Phillips were also members of the wedding party.

A reception followed the ceremony at a beach house over-looking the Gulf.  Following their wedding trip to Tennessee, the couple plan to reside in Central.

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