1968 Coleen Carrigan md. William E. Garbett Jr.
SD Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, August 25, 1968^ WEDDING VOWS RECITED Two Weber Misses Summer Brides Allen-Scott SOUTH OGDEN — Col. and Mrs. Barnett Allen of 4541 S. 750 :E. 5 South Ogden, announce the marriage of their daughter, Doris Kaye, to Edward Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Scott of 675 Lavina Drive. Vows were exchanged Wednesday Wednesday in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, and following the rites, the young couple received guests at a garden reception. The bride's floor-length gown of silk organza over taffeta featured featured an empire waistline and small fitted sleeves. The redingote redingote tapered from the shoulders into a chapel-length train. Both the gown and train were accented with appliques of French Chantilly lace and scattered scattered seed pearls. Her elbow-length veil of French silk illusion was caught to a cluster of flowers. WHITE CARNATIONS She held a bouquet of white carnations and stephanotis surrounding surrounding white orchids. Attendants were Mrs. Robert Richards as matron of honor,, Pat Allen and Mrs. Tom Myers. They were attired in matching gowns of white lace over lavender lavender taffeta and held lavender gladioli. Charles Langereld performed duties as best man. Robert Richards. William Palmer, Alan Warner and Verry Judd were ushers. Following a \vedding trip to Jackson Hole, Wyo., the newlywed newlywed couple will reside in Ogden. Corrigan-Garbett A lovely summer bride is the former Miss Coleen Carrigan who recited wedding promises "Wednesday with William E. Garbett Jr. Vows were exchanged at the Edgewood Reception Center with Bishop Carl H. Taylor officiating. officiating. A reception followed in the evening. The new bride is a daughter of Mrs. William J. Carrigan of 4215 Edgehill Drive and the late Mr. Carrigan. Mr. Garbett is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. MRS. EDWARD SCOTT Garbett of Carmichael, Calif. The bridal gown was fashioned fashioned of peau de soie and Chantilly Chantilly lace. The ensemble featured featured an empire waistline and bell sleeves with Chantilly lace motifs. The silk illusion veil was caught to a cluster of lace petals petals encrusted with pearls and crystals. She carried a bouquet of small glamellias and stephanotis stephanotis surrounding a white or- Ichid. I Mrs. Kent Hunsaker, matron of honor, wore a sleeveless gown of crepe and a silk veil adorned wtih a yellow rose Other attendants were Miss Carol Jensen, Mrs. James L. Carrigan, and Mrs. Max I. Carrigan. Carrigan. They were attired similar to the matron of honor, and each carried nosegays of white carnations, carnations, y el 1 o w sweetheart roses, and lillies of the valley. Flower girls were Miss Camille Camille and Cydney Carrigan. They carried white and yellow MRS. WILLIAM E. GARBETT JR. carnations and lillies of the val Craig Garbett was best man James L, Carrigan, Max I. Car rigan, Steve Budge and Barrj Woore were ushers. Following a wedding trip t Reno, the couple will make thei icrne in Sacramento, Calif.