Tink And Brenda Part 2 Oct 23 1998

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Tink And Brenda Part 2 Oct 23 1998 - Song Honors June Bride (Continued from Page 48)...
Song Honors June Bride (Continued from Page 48) glad it worked out that way," noted Brenda. Brenda, who planned the wedding by herself, said her mother, aunts and uncles made all of the food for the reception. According to her, "We had a big meal with ham, potato salad, macaroni salad, homemade buns, relish trays..." Ferns, picked from her grandfather's garden, and yellow flowers decorated the tables at the reception. The ferns were also tied with yellow ribbons and placed in the church pews as a decoration. decoration. Bridesmaids in Brenda and Tink's wedding wedding wore yellow silk gowns because Brenda wanted a spring color for her bridal party. She noted that her husband's husband's favorite color was blue, but she couldn't see herself having a "blue wedding." wedding." To further carry out the yellow theme for the wedding, the bride's aunt, Mrs. Marie Emberg, fashioned all of the yellow yellow silk flower arrangements for the bridesmaids, the flower girl and the bride. Following the lighting of the family candle by the couple, Brenda and her husband presented yellow silk roses to each of their mothers. During the wedding, Brenda said she wasn't nervous at all. "I was so excited. I'm usually emotional, but I didn't cry. I was surprised. "I was just very happy. All I could see walking down the aisle was Tink down there smiling and that made it so beautiful." beautiful." (Photo by Gigliotti)

Clipped from Indiana Gazette23 Oct 1998, FriPage 69

Indiana Gazette (Indiana, Pennsylvania)23 Oct 1998, FriPage 69
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