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FASHIONABLE WEDDING. + LIEUTENANT MARSHALL AND MISS LEMPRIERE. A large and fashionable congregation assem- bled on Tuesday afternoon at Christ Church, Llanfairfechan, to witness the marriage of Lieutenant John Marshall, R.N., fourth son of Colonel Marshall, C.B., of Hartford Beach, Cheshire, and Bryn-y-Coed, Bangor, with Hilda Renee, the eldest daughter of Herbert R. Lempriere, of Brun-y-Maen, Llanfairfechan, late Captain Hampshire Regiment. The bridal party entered the church shortly after two o'clock (in the midst of a heavy thunderstorm), the bridegroom having with him as best man his brother, Captain G. Marshall, Royal West Kent Regiment. The bride was escorted by her father, who gave her away. The bridal costume was of the richest ivory-tinted Duchesse satin, the body being draped with long crystal em- broidered lace, Brussels lace veil looped with diamonds and opal crescent ornament, the gift of Colonel Marshall, C.B. Her other jewellery was a magnificent pearl and diamond pendant, the gift of the bridegroom, who also gave the bouquets carried by the bride and bridesmaids. She was attended by four bridesmaids-Miss Eleanor Lempriere (sister), Miss Marshall (sister of the bridegroom), Miss F. B. Lempriere (cousin of the bride), and Miss Lucy Ellis. They were charmingly costumed in white satin striped glace silk, transparent yokes and sleeves made with tiny rucked tucks composed of soie de chine, drapery in the bodice of green bebe ribbon, sashes of apple green satin ribbon, hats of white chiffon with osprey plumes, and bunches of roses. The bride's mother wore a black moire brocade dress trimmed with mauve satin and chiffon. The service was fully choral, the officiating clergy being the Rev. H. M. Ellis, M.A., rector of Exbury, Hants, and the Rev. F. O. Bent, M.A., London. Mr. Llewellyn Jones, the church organist, played as volun- taries Guilmant's 'Nuptial March, the 'Grand March and Bridal Chorus' from Lohengrin, and Barnby's Wedding March. The hymns were The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden' and Perfect Love,' Mendelssohn's Wedding March' being played as the recessional. The chancel was beautifully decorated with arum lilies and towering palms. At the close of the ceremony Captain and Mrs. Lempriere gave a reception, which was largely attended, at Bron-y-Maen. Lieutenant and Mrs. Marshall left by the afternoon express en route for the Continent. The going away dress was of green canvas, with bodice in the Russian blouse type, fastened with pearl and blue enamelled buttons; large collar and cuffs of pale blue; hat to match costume. The wedding presents included a set of massive silver candlesticks from Major-General Lempriere; silver tea and coffee service and gold and turquoise necklace from Captain and Mrs. Lempriere; silver candlesticks, Mr. and Mrs. Garfit; silver candelabra, the Rev. P. Constable Ellis, M.A., and Mrs. Constable Ellis; silver revolving dish, Mr. R. L. Pemberton; fitted travelling bag, Major and Mrs. Brandish; suite of table silver, Mrs. Sydney Platt, Bryn y Neuadd travelling clock, Colonel Maude King; carriage clock, Colonel Bruce; boudoir clock, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Platt ditto, Miss Gane carriage clock, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lempriere; ditto, Dr. and Mrs. Tuck well; silver hook and shoe horn, Mr. and Mrs. Lane Capon; silver sugar bowls, Dr. Clifton Hughes; suit of silvers, Miss Lempriere gold and pearl bracelet, Mr. Tunnard; tea service, Miss Lucy Ellis; embroidered Japanese robe, Mr. and Mrs. Earle; with cheques from Col. Henry Platt, C.B. (of Gorddinog), Mrs. Henry Platt, Col. Crosse, Mrs. Tunnard, Mr. C. Tunnard, Mrs. Townshend, Mrs. Macrae, the Rev. F. O. Bent, Mrs. Fox, Miss Lempriere, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hughes, and others. Llanfairfeehan was ablaze with bunting in honour of the occasion, and floral arches, bearing mottoes conveying good wishes to the bridge and bridegroom, spanned the road at frequent intervals.

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