mother of the bride wears in coral
,Friday 13 January 1928, page 2
The marriage of May, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Williamson, of Dorrigo, and Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lattimer, of Dorrigo. was solemnised at St Stephen's Church of England on Tuesday, December 27th, by the Rector, the Rev. F. G. Alexander. The Church had been beautifully decorated by the girl friends of the bride, who entered on the arm of her brother. The bride was charmingly attired in ivory crepe satin, inset with pleated georgette, with handmade pale pink roses falling from the waist down to the uneven hem. A very beautiful embroidered veil was worn with a coronet of orange buds, and ~a bouquet of tiny pink and white roses and asparagus with a shower of narrow silver ribbons falling from it completed a very dainty ensemble. The bridesmaids were the Misses Annie Williamson and May' Lattimer, who were frocked in apricot and powder blue crepe-de-chene, each softly draped with lace. They wore picture hats and carried bouquets of yellow roses and blue hydrangea respectively. mother of the bride wears in coral
A tiny train-bearer in the person of Miss Thelma Morris was in attendance on the bride and Looked very sweet in coral pink georgette with fluffy frills. She wore a coronet of flowers and carried a silver basket of blue hydrangea. The Wedding March was effectively played by Miss Weir. The bouquets were the handiwork of Mrs. P. J. Marsden. The reception was held at the Hotel Dorrigo, where about 86 guests were received by Mr. and Mrs. Williamson, the latter wearing black satin and carrying a posy of crimsoa stocks. The bridegroom's mother wore black and carried a mauve posy.
The bride travelled in a kingfisher blue crepe de chene, relieved with beige, and black coat and hat.Don Dorrigo Gazette and Guy Fawkes Advocate (NSW : 1910 - 1954)