MANY EASTER BRIDES, PRETTY WEDDINGS IN EVESHAM & DISTRICT
MR E G KNIGHT AND MISS A E BROOKS
The marriage took place on Monday of Miss Alice Elizabeth Brooks, eldest daughter of the late Mr W Brooks and of Mrs T Bennett of 12 Cotswold View, Badsey, and Mr Ernest George Knight, eldest son of Mrs and the late Mr E Knight of Middle Littleton. The Vicar (Canon Allsebrook, RD) officiated.
The bride, who was given away by Mr W Sears, her cousin, looked charming in a robe of beige georgette trimmed with lace, with veil and coronet of orange blossoms and shoes to match. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations and maidenhair fern. The bridesmaids were the Misses Mildred Knight (si9ster of the groom) and Mary Jinks (friend of the bride). They wore dresses of angel gold satin, black crinoline hats trimmed with gold flowers and black suede shoes. They carried bouquets of gold tulips with maidenhair fern. Their gold necklaces were the gifts of the groom. Among a very large assembly at the church was a number of friends from Littleton. The best man was Mr R Knight (brother of the groom). A reception was afterwards held at the bride’s mother’s home where a large number of guess were entertained.
Among the presents received by the happy couple was a set of carvers from the Littleton Band, of which the bridegroom is a talented member. Mr & Mrs Knight will make their home at 11 Cotswold View, Badsey.