On Thursday last at St. Luke's Church. Greytown, the marriage took place of Miss Florence Ethel Wakelin and Mr. Alfred Dagg.
The bride (who was given away by her father) was gowned in white muslin with valenciennies lace and insertion and had in attendance upon her as bridesmaids the Misses Alice Rosilind Wakelin (chief), attired in cream taffetta, Mabel Josephine Wakelin, in a white muslin Princess costume (both being sisters of the bride), also Misses Florence Dagg, gowned in cream, and Lucy Dagg, attired in cream taffetta (both sisters of the bridegroom). The bride and her attendants carried lovely bouquets of cream roses, sweet peas and maiden-hair fern. The bride also wore the orthodox veil.
The bridegroom had for best man his brother Eddie, and as groomsman Mr. Ellingham. The music suitable for the occasion was fully choral, Mrs. Nicholson of Martinborough, presiding at the organ.
A reception was held afterwards, at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Y. S. Wakelin, "Woodland Cottage," Moroa.