Spring and Summer Satin Wedding Gowns - 1922

Simplicity and Charm Are the Characteristics of These Satin Wedding Gowns Which Are Quickly Available and Moderately Priced.

Slender and Delicate in Its Crystalline Tracery, This Wedding Gown Gives an Effect of Snowflakes Poised Against White Marquisette

Slender and Delicate in Its Crystalline Tracery, This Wedding Gown Gives an Effect of Snowflakes Poised Against White Marquisette. the Marquisette and Satin of the Train Are Joined by a Lovely Crystal Embroidery Matching the Bandeau Which Holds the 'Veil of' White Tulle. the Only Ornament on a Bridesmaid's Frock of Mauve Crepe Roma Is a Motif of Large Mauve Beads. Draped Panels Falling From the Shoulders End in Points Which Are Repeated on the Shirt. the Hat Is of Fine, Deeper Mauve Straw, Rose-Trimmed – From B. Altman. GGA Image ID # 15fa733fc6

The Panels and Girdles of This Supple White Satin Wedding Gown Are Sewn With Pearls

The Panels and Girdles of This Supple White Satin Wedding Gown Are Sewn With Pearls Which Are Also Used To Outline the Simply Cut Neck-Line. the Fine Veil of Needle-Point—Only One of the Many Rare Laces at This Shop - Are Caught With Orange-Blossoms. GGA Image ID # 15fa7ab4c0

Spring and Early Summer Bring Many Important Weddings To Fill the Social Calendar

Spring and Early Summer Bring Many Important Weddings To Fill the Social Calendar

(Left) Miss Katharine C. Miller, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Norton Miller, was married recently to Mr. William Wickham Hoffman, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Burrall Hoffman. Mrs. Hoffman s cousin, who was Miss Edith Starr Miller, is the Bight Hon. Lady Queen-borough. (Center) Miss Helen Trevor, a debutante of last year, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graff Trevor, and the sister of Mrs. Irving Pardee and Mrs. J. Couper Lord, married Mr. Charles Coulter, the son of Mrs. Charles J. Coulter; earlier in the season. (Right) Miss Betty Hare Thompson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips B. Thompson, was Mrs. Coulter's maid of honor. Miss Martha Ottley, Miss Katharine Hurd, Miss Eleanor Parrish, Miss Katherine Van Ingen were bridesmaids. GGA Image ID # 15fa7c66fe

Gifts for the Brides

Advertisement for MendelTrunx -- Brides to Be and Summer Travelers. Vogue Magazine, 15 May 1922.

Advertisement for MendelTrunx -- Brides to Be and Summer Travelers. The Mendel Drucker Company, Cincinnati, OH. Vogue Magazine, 15 May 1922. GGA Image ID # 15fa80bd3d

For a honeymoon or any other trip this summer, you owe it to your clothes, your pride, and your comfort to get one of the Mendel Trunx. They give you the distinction in luggage you strive for in costumes or motor cars.

One of the Mendel Trunx will provide accessible storage for all your lingerie or accessories. Everything is so handy you need not unpack until you get home. It keeps gowns and wraps fresh and free from wrinkles. It saves cleaning a««l preening kill».

Community Plate Table Service for the Bride to Be. Vogue Magazine, 1 May 1922.

Community Plate Table Service for the Bride to Be. Vogue Magazine, 1 May 1922. GGA Image ID # 15faec4ce4

"How lily pale, yet proud she stands."

Those old poets, Bess, could decidedly flip a phrase. But their 'winged words' would have to soar some, to describe the Community chest Barbara picked out for you. A symphony in silver, she calls it. -- Bob.
P.S.—You were surely a beautiful bride.

"Simplicity and Charm Are the Characteristics of These Satin Wedding Gowns Which Are Quickly Available and Moderately Priced," in Vogue, Summer Fashions Number, New York: The Vogue Company, Vol. 59, No. 11, 1 June 1922, p. 46.

"Spring and Early Summer Bring Many Important Weddings To Fill the Social Calendar," in Vogue, New York: The Voyue Company, Vol. 59, No. 12, 15 June 1922, p. 44.

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