A very pretty wedding took place Saturday afternoon in Grace United Church, Toronto, when Lola Beatrice Conforzi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Conforzi, was united in marriage to Lloyd D. Weech, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weech, of Grimsby. The officiating minister was Rev. DeStasi.
The bride wore a gown of white lace and net, with finger length veil, held in place by a silver cornet. Her bouquet was red roses with white baby mums. Her bridesmaid, Mrs. Fred Conforzi, wore Nile green organdy and the bridesmaid, Miss Julianne Lintner, wore orchid net with silver lame. Both carried bouquets of yellow and mauve chrysanthemums. The two little flower girls, Linda Bacci and Christine Brousseau, dressed daintily in mauve organdy and carrying old-fashioned nosegays, were nieces of the bride.
The groom was attended by Mr. Lloyd Gutsell of Grimsby and the ushers were Lloyd Smith and Bernie Prevost of Grimsby and John Conforzi of Toronto.
The wedding music was played by the bride's sister, Mrs. Brousseau of Detroit, and her brother-in-law, Mr. William Mullins of Toronto, sang "The Lord's Prayer" during the service and "Just for Today" during the signing of the register.
A reception, with dinner and dance, was held at the Prince George Hotel. At this the bride's mother assisted wearing navy blue with gray accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The groom's mother wore navy blue sheer with lace and a corsage of red roses.
The young couple left on a honeymoon to New York, after which they will reside in Toronto.