William Colburn Standish - Marion Eddy Wedding Detroit Free Press 30 Oct 1910 Page 45
Of tho novo ml notable weddings of the week none was prettier In . Its celebration than - that of Miss Marlon Marlon Eddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Eddy, and Mr. William. Colburn Standish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D.-Standish, D.-Standish, D.-Standish, which took place Thursday evening. Rev.. Perclval Huget of the First Congre- Congre- Rational church performed the ceremony ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, parents, 32 Stlmson Place, In the drawing room where the service was read there was ah effective disposal of palms and pink cosmos. The bride wore, a white satin gown trimmed with old, rose polnte i.laice.;. Her long tule veil was fast-I fast-I fast-I pnivl with - sl snrjivi of orancre- orancre- blos soms, and she carried a 'shower bouquet of lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley and white orchids. Miss Dorothy Eddy, who attended: her sister as maid of honor and who made her debut at the time, wore a gown of pink chiffon chiffon over pink satin and trimmed with silved crystals. Her .court veil fell to the edge of her gown; and she carried white chrysanthemums. Mrs. Fred S. Hunger.' "and ' Mrs. W. O. Mundy. sisters of the bride, acted as matrons of honor. Mrs. Mungcr's gown was shell pink satin trimmed with rose ' pointe lace and Mrs. Mundy's pink chiffon over white satin, garnitured with crystal crystal trimmings. Both carried bouquets bouquets of white chrysanthemums. Little Miss Frances Eddy, who was flower girl, wore a frock of whito batiste, and carried a wreath of pink rose buds and ferns. Mrs. Eddy was attired in black lace over white satin, trimmed with jet. Mrs. Stand-ish Stand-ish Stand-ish wore a gown of white lace over i white satin. Mr. Sherwood Standish. brother of I the groom, assisted as best man. The ushers were Dr. Harry Mcila-! Mcila-! Mcila-! hou and Mr. F. S. Munger. The out of town guests were Mrs. C. H. Dale land Miss Hutchinson, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Standish,' of Racine. Wis.: and Miss Virginia Bransford. of Owenborp, Ky. After the ceremony, a reception ! was held for the relatives and in- in- ilmate friends of thu bride and groom. Mr. and Mr?. Standish lcf: for a trip cast and will be home to their friends after December 1, at 203 Seyburn avenue.