CHAMBERLAIN—BAYLTS BRIDE'S SATIN GOWN ATTENDANT IN BLUE TAFFETA The wedding took place at King's College Chapel yesterday afternoon of Miss Oernldine Baylis, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. do Sandford Bnylis, Campbell's Hay, Auckland, and Sergeant Edward E, Chamberlain, Second New* Zealand Expeditionary Force, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Chamberlain, of Waverley, Taranaki. The Rev. A. 1!. Anderson, chaplain of the college, officiated, and the wedding music was played by Mr. L. C. M. Saunders. The bridegroom, who is a doctor of science, held the post of mycologist at the Plant Diseases Division research station, Mount Albert. Tin' bride, who was given nw.iv by her father, wore a graceful gown of ivory satin, fashioned on simple lines, with a high-necked bodice and a gored skirt falling into a short train. The long tulle veil was attached to the hair with a halo of natural flowers. The
bride carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations. In attendance as bridesmaid was Miss Janet Webb, who wore a celeste blue taffeta frock, fashioned with ruched bodice and full skirt. Her short matching blue veil was worn over a circlet of pink carnations, and she carried a bouquet of pink dahlias. The bridegroom was attended by Mr W. Cottier as best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Station Hotel. Mrs. Baylis, the bride's mother, received her guests wearing a black and rose patterned niuon frock with a corsage spray of pink carnations, and a black hat. Mrs. Chamberlain, the bridegroom's mother, wore a black and white ensemble with a spray of red roses, and a black and white hat.
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CHAPEL WEDDING, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23889, 13 February 1941
CHAPEL WEDDING New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23889, 13 February 1941
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