The bride is very beautiful and her veil and dress just add another degree of loveliness. Her dress is similar to her attendants with an over-skirt, but ends in a long train. Her cap veil style was very popular then and you still see similar styles through the years, but generally with a more fitted head piece, not the softly gathered folds as in this photo.
The bridal bouquet is sumptuous! Large, filled with roses, calla lilies and fern!
The bride’s attendants are lovely in matching dresses and bouquets. I notice they were gloves, and I’m sure the bride does, too.
The groom and his men are handsome in dark suits with white shirts and ties – the groom with a regular tie, his men with bow ties.
I suppose every photographer had a massive chair for such occasions! This one looks exactly like the chair my grandfather sat in for his wedding portrait!
Unfortunately there are no names to go with this photo. It was taken by Zygila V. Mroozkos at 902 Junction Avenue in Toledo, Ohio.