Edwardian bride and groom

Thomas Easton
Production date
Circa 1900-1910
The bride and groom are standing outside a doorway. The groom is wearing a double-breasted coat, high collar and trousers. He has a waxed moustache. His buttonhole has a ribbon. The bride has a white dress reaching just above ground level and a floral bouquet. Bride also appears in p11805 and p11922 with her bridesmaids.
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Object detail

Production date
Circa 1900-1910
Subject notes
Most Edwardian couples were married by the minister (72%) or the priest (12%), in the bride's house, following crying of the banns; church ceremonies were for the wealthy. Only 6% had 'irregular marriages' by declaration before witnesses and registered on warrant of the Sheriff.
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