Wedding Picture Collection

I’ve put all of my scanned wedding pictures together and am intrigued by their variety.

They are all so different, and yet the same.  Wedding dresses vary as much as the personalities of those who wore them.  Some styles were plain, some elaborate.  They certainly cover more than the strapless gowns today.  The amount of lace stretches from none to layers of it.  Some women wore hats, some veils, some nothing on their heads.  Hair styles range from plain to fancy.  Some are pictured with flower bouquets, some are not.  I’m not shoe crazy, but I am left wondering what some wore on their feet and thinking it may be fun to see all of their footwear lined up to compare them. It seems men’s attire is mostly the same through the years.

If it interests you, look at the collection shown below.   Most of the people in these pictures have been identified in my files by name and relation, but I’ll admit that there are a couple of mysteries.

10a- Nina and Hugh Vredenburg-wedding picture  4- Carrie V and Fred Eggers married Sep 30 19002- 1915 Guy Vr3denburg and Myrtle Holden standing (2)  6- Ivy Vredenburg with 1st husband Lutheran Lang - Freda Vredenburg maid of honor  front-Flossie and husband Eli Cook back Elis family 2

0 0 -Unknown (2)  26c- Pete and Dora Simon wedding day  24- Aug 20, 1929 Ella (Kakes) and Norman Weber 28- Loxley and Eleanor Newell's Wedding Photopg12 (2)  Simon wedding 2 122- Jan and Dick Newell 1957  19- Apr 2 1959 (2)  husband and wife  unknown wedding Leona and Herb Pfiffer Mr and Mrs Adolph FretschelDo you have a favorite?  Which do you find most interesting or unusual?

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About Climbing Downhill

Wife and mother of grown kids, in my 50's and dealing with MS, making life's moments count and trying to offer something of value to others along the way. https://climbingdownhill.wordpress.com
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5 Responses to Wedding Picture Collection

  1. zikuke says:

    Your collection is just awesome! There is something magic in old photographs. My like them all, but my favorites are the first 2 and the last 3 pictures.

  2. Muff says:

    I love the first one in the third row. It looks Edwardian, though I can’t be sure.
    This is so neat that you have this many family wedding pictures!

  3. S&C ETC. says:

    These are lovely! Such beautiful dresses.

  4. Thank you all for the comments. It was fun to put them all together in one place.

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