St. Thomas Anglican Church, Toronto, was the setting on Saturday for an international marriage when Margaretta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Hoogeveen-Perk of Amsterdam, Holland, became the bride of Keith Hope Kidd, son of Mrs. Kidd and the late Mr. Ronald Hope Kidd of Toronto. Rev. C.J.S. Stuart conducted the ceremony, with Alfred E. Clarke presiding at the organ.
The bride, given in marriage by Mr. J.A.M. Livingston, uncle of the groom, was robed in white sheer silk, with V neckline and long full sleeves of lace. The long tulle veil fell from a crown of carnations, and cascading white carnations with mauve sweet peas were the bridal bouquet.
Mrs. Robert Curtiss Montgomery of Buffalo, the bride's only attendant, wore a gown of white taffeta brocade, matching jacket and braided cap, carnation trimmed. She carried a cascade of mauve sweet peas and white carnations. Robert Tamblyn was best man; Robert Curtiss Montgomery and Alex Smith were ushers.
At the reception in the Royal York, the mother of the groom received in a long grey crepe gown, long pink lace mitts, grey and pink halo hat and a corsage of lavender and pink sweet peas.
On the wedding trip to Limberlost Lodge the bride travelled in a cocoa brown silk costume, natural straw hat and brown accessories.