Sunday, September 4, 2011

Speaking of Beautiful Brides...




Mr. Tennis' Gramps and Grandma Rose are the bride and groom on the left.  Isn't her 1930s era wedding dress just beautiful?  I love the train and the happy smiles on their faces.  I can see a little bit of The Writer peeking out from Gramps' proud and happy face. (We don't know who the best man and maid of honor are - Orlando Grandma, do you know?)

(Back feeling better - thanks for all the kind advice and well wishes)

12 comments:

SueBee said...

Ohhh I love to get my hands on that dress!!

Chatty Crone said...

Beautiful dress and a lot of people at that time didn't have money for wedding dresses so that was really something. Love, sandie

Angela said...

Wow! What a treasure to have a picture like that of family from back then! Both ladies are so beautiful and both men are handsome! Awesome picture! They look so happy. You can tell it was a special day for all that were in the picture!

Hugs,
Angela

Razmataz said...

I think the thirties were marvelous...I love the whole look of both couples....glad the back is better....

Mr. Tennis said...

I love the way a picture captures a moment in time and preserves it so it can be enjoyed by future generations.

D.B. said...

Oh my, the 1930's at it's best. BEAUTIFUL! Looking forward to pics from the big event!

Linda said...

Such a lovely photo! So sorry to hear about your back...hope it is feeling better now! XO

Janie Fox said...

I love her dress. I adore old pictures. I hope our pictures look as cool one day.

Mullin Avenue Workshop said...

What a good picture, and as you say the smiles on the faces are beautiful. They look genuinely happy, and at ease.

It looks like a good start to a marriage. As well, the dress is very lovely.

This picture will be a treasure for the coming generations of your family!

I'm glad you're back continues to feel better!
Brenda

Jo said...

Oh! I love this photo. So eloquent!
~Jo

The Thuglets said...

What a lovely photo!

Big Nose Pokes
The Thugletsx

Mr. Connor said...

Beautiful picture of an era gone forever ! Don't over do anytihng .
You don't want to be laid up for this event !