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Bridal Show highlights Decades of Beautiful Brides

The bridal display included photos and wedding albums

This recent special events paid tribute to decades of brides with a show of wedding gowns, some modelled by residents and some by volunteers, and a display of wedding photos, photo albums, and gowns displayed on dress forms. Guests enjoyed tea and a fashion show of additional gowns with commentary.

Click on the following thumbnails to see full-size images.

This slideshow re-creates part of the fashion show enjoyed by participants. Wedding wear ranged from elaborate to simple.

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