Newspaper Article 1937 – Five Dainty Bridesmaids

Five Dainty Bridesmaids

By the Hawke’s Bay Correspondent

TO-DAY, August 25, a wedding to which hundreds of guests are invited will be solemnised at St. Matthew’s Church in Hastings. The pretty bride who has been much feted by her friends is Jean Wilson, second daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Wilson, of Hastings, and the bridegroom is Rex Ludbrook, second son of Mr. E. R. Ludbrook, Ruatoria.

Attending the bride are her three sisters, Mary, Dorothy and Diana, also Alix Rochfort and Jean Brodie, and, as flower-girls, Fleur Lambe and Robin Clarke. Best man is the bridegroom’s cousin, John Ludbrook and the groomsmen Peter Wilson, Ben Morris, Wynne Barton and Richard Reed.

One hears that wedding gowns are very charming but materials and colours are a close secret till the ceremony. The reception will be at the Wilson’s home in Lyndhurst Road, and, as the garden is beautiful, and there are many very lovely gifts to view after the usual festivities, there is now only the weather clerk who must rise to the occasion.

Photo caption – To-day’s Bride: Miss Jean Wilson – Spencer Digby photo.

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Date published

25 August 1937

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New Zealand Free Lance

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372152

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