Rev. A.C Eddy officiated at the wedding in Centenary United Church, Hamilton, on Saturday, July 26, when Doris Vivian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howey, was united in marriage during a double-ring ceremony, to Mr. Ronald Clarence Brignull, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Brignull, of Hamilton, formerly of Grimsby.
The bride, given away by her father, wore a white gabardine suit, styled with a fishtail back effect, her accessories being white and her corsage of red and white roses against a background of feathers.
As matron of honour, Mrs. Cecil Baker, wore a blue gabardine suit, her flowers being yellow roses. The little flower girl, Joan Stevens, was dressed in blue taffeta embroidered with pink flowers, and her corsage was sweet peas.
Mr. Leslie Brignull was best man for his brother. Later, the guests received at the home of the groom's parents, 197 Belmont Ave. The bride's mother wore an orchid frock with black accessories and corsage of gardenias. The mother of the groom was in a black and white jersey frock with accents in white. Gardenias also formed her corsage.
After their honeymoon trip to the United States, the couple will reside in Hamilton. For going away, the bride was attired in a baby blue suit, with accessories in white.