The Wedding of Bonni Elizabeth Hall & Andrew James Bromage


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These are digital scrapbook presentations I did of our wedding. Click to see larger versions, but be aware, they're quite large files, and may be slow to download.

Some notes on the wedding and/or photographs. The bride's dress was a two-piece ivory suit with a long, narrow skirt. The top had soft, faux lapels over a lace bodice, and a deep V-neck. By wedding standards, it was informal. By the standards of any other circumstance, it was quite formal, and is appropriate to wear to any black-tie event which may come up in the future.

As you can see, there was no veil. It didn't seem appropriate, and a pearl tiara/headband was chosen, instead. The bride also wore a pearl necklace and matching bracelet, and a pair of very lovely crystal and pearl drop earrings chosen by the bridegroom.

The bridal bouquet was silk, arranged by the bride (floral design being one of her talents and past jobs). It was a casual, hand-wired posey style. The flowers were cream-colored roses, golden alstromeria lilies, and small, gold-edged cream paper roses, with a sheer gold-edged green ribbon wound throughout. The stems were wrapped in wide, gold-edged, off-white satin ribbon.

The groom and best man wore matching black suits with single-breasted jackets and gold silk ties. The groom had a buttonhole of two gold-edged paper roses, one cream and the other a more golden color. The best man and other family members had a single golden paper rose for buttonholes. Corsages for the women were made of the same roses, three each.

Oh, and there weren't any bridesmaids. Unfortunately, there were no female persons available at that time to fill the role, so we just did without. It worked out perfectly nicely, even without any bridesmaids.