"Isis Rocks the 45" was the theme when the ladies of the Krewe of Isis gathered for their 45th anniversary bal masque Feb. 4 in the Mardi Gras Ballroom of the New Orleans Marriott.
The krewe celebrated with songs with a little "rock" in them, including "Rock and Roll All Night," "Jingle Bell Rock," "Crocodile Rock," "Rockin' Robin," "School House Rock," "Jailhouse Rock" and "Rock Around the Clock."
Reigning over the ball were Queen Isis XLV Shelly Jamison Ryan and King Isis XLV Adrian Paul Breaux Jr.
The mademoiselles of the royal court were Brittany Caroline Bourg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron J. Bourg Jr.; Brandy Massel Gumela; Kylie Lynn Lemay, daughter of Kyle Paxton Lemay and Stacey Gilchrist Lemay; Kristen Elizabeth Loving, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Loving; Lauren Nicole Marvin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Marvin; and Haley Marie Peterson, daughter of Joseph Peterson and Vicky Peterson. Escorts to the mademoiselles were Byron J. Bourg Sr., Donald J. Gumela Jr., Bryan Gilchrist, Austyn Oubre, Cody Fos and Peterson.
Pages to her majesty were Savannah Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Moore; Addyson Gayle Poche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Poche; and Evelyn Gayle Shepard, daughter of Ms. Laiken Michelle Poche.
Pages to the king were Ian Patrick and Shaun David Ryan Jr., sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ryan; and Aidan Scott Ryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ryan.
Ladies-in-waiting were Kate Vivian Barrilleaux, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Barrilleaux; Vanessa Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moore; Alyssa and Brianna Price, daughters of Michael Price and Aimee Price; and Natalie Louise Womack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Womack.
Escorts were William Patrick Ryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ryan; Talan James Carrigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Carrigan; and Nicholas Joseph Womack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Womack.
Serving as the royal committeemen were Armond Bondeau, Wayne Lee, Erik Youngblood, Jonathan Chin, Nolan Schexnayder, Shaun David Ryan Sr., Ryan Danielson and Kenneth Oubre.
Master of ceremonies was Bradley M. Edelman. A supper dance followed the ball with music by The Mixed Nuts.