In St. Andrew's Church, Grimsby, on Saturday, June 24th, at 6 o'clock, the wedding took place of Constance Trewyn, daughter of Mrs. de la Plante, and the late Charles Jewell de la Plante, and George Emerson Bridle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Bridle, of Toronto. The Rev. E.A. Brooks officiated.
The lovely bride, given away by her uncle, Mr. W.J. McLelland, of Toronto, wore a white slipper satin gown, fashioned in Queen Anne style, and her veil was gathered into a lace cap. She carried a nosegay of fleur d'amour and ivy.
The bridal attendants were Mrs. Henry Hall Edmison and Miss Eleanor Jewell de la Plante, sisters of the bride, who were gowned in yellow nylon marquisette with matching hats. Their bouquets were of snow queen daisies.
Mr. Robert S. Neiswander, Lancaster, N.Y., was the best man and the ushers were Mr. Watson Evans and Mr. Gordon Lorsch, of Toronto, and Mr. Graham Coulter, Oshawa.
Mr. Lloyd Dymond played the wedding music and Mrs. Stanley Le Broc sang O Perfect Love and The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden.
Mrs. de la Plante, the bride's mother, wore a graceful gown of forest green Chantilly lace with matching hat faced with Pinochio roses.
Mrs. Bridle, the groom's mother, wore a becoming gown of dusty crepe with hat to match and her flowers were white gardenias.
The reception was held at the summer home of the bride's mother, Mrs. de la Plante, Grimsby Beach. The house and grounds were beautifully decorated with white peonies and orange blossoms.
The bride's table was in the garden where the bride cut her cake and a buffet supper was served, after which the bride and groom left on their wedding trip. The bride's going away costume was a white linen suit with a white hat, navy and red accessories and a corsage of gardenias. On their return they will reside in Toronto.