Peter and Eveline Griffiths Wedding

 

 

The bride and groom

Left to right
Betty Ambrose (sister + bridesmaid), John Ambrose (brother), Gillian Griffiths (niece; daughter of Brian Griffiths the best man) Peter, Eveline, Merlin Ambrose (little boy; Nephew and son of John Ambrose ) Brian Griffiths (best man and brother) Peggy Griffiths (twin sister + bridesmaid).

 

 
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Left to right Back Row
Ivor Griffiths father of groom, Peter, Eveline, William T Ambrose (father of the bride),  Rev.J.H.Wood-Griffiths Vicar of St Michaels, Golden Grove.
 
Left to Right Front Row
Betty Ambrose (sister + bridesmaid), Gillian Griffiths (niece; daughter of Brian Griffiths the best man), Helena Griffiths (mother of the groom), Dorothy Mary Ambrose (mother of the bride), Merlin Ambrose (little boy; nephew and son of John Ambrose (brother)), Peggy Griffiths (twin sister + bridesmaid).
 
Betty Isaac nee Ambrose bridesmaid (sister), Eveline, Betty Ambrose (sister in law; wife of John Ambrose).
 
 
   
PRETTY GOLDEN GROVE WEDDING

St. Michael's Parish Church, Golden Grove was the venue of a pretty wedding recently, when Mr. Peter Griffiths, son of Mr.and Mrs. Ivor Griffiths, 11 Wernddu -road, Ammanford, was married to Miss. Evaline Teresa Ambrose, youngest daughterof Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ambrose, East Cottage, Golden Grove. The Rev. J. H. Wood-Griffiths (vicar) officiated and Mrs. Lewis Pennybank the organist, played appropriate music and accompanied the siging of the hymns, "Mewn priodas gynt yng Nghana" and "The Lord's my Shepherd"

BRIDAL GOWN

The bride, given away by her father, was charmingly attired in a gown of white tulle over white moire taffeta, with lace-inserted bollero, with three-quarter length veil, held in place by a head-dress of roses. She carried a bouquet of red carnations and trailing fern. Mrs. Betty Issac (sister of the bride) was matron of honour, and Miss Peggy Griffiths (twin sister of bridegroom) was bridesmaid, and both wore gowns of apple green, embossed taffeta, with head-dresses to match, and carried posiesof pale gold chrysanthemums. Master Merlin Ambrose (nephew of the bride) was page-boy, and was dressed in green pan-velvet trousers and bollero with blouse of daffodil yellow crepe. Miss. Gillian Griffiths (neice of the bride-groom) was was flower girl and wore a dress of daffodil yellow, with a poke bonnet and muff to match. Mr. Brian Griffiths (brother of the bride-groom) was best man and the groomsmen Mr. Idwal Issac and Mr. George Elias, brothers-in-law of bride and bride-groom respectively. Messrs I .J. Ambrose and W. J. Ambrose (uncle and brother of the bride respectively) were the ushers. The bride-grooms gift to the bride was a gold compact and ivory-bound Book of Common Prayer, and that of the bride to the bride-groom a companion set. The bride's bouquet was later placed on the grave of her grandparents.

Following a reception at Golden Grove School-room the happy couple left for the honeymoon, the bride travelling in an oatmeal costume with accessories to match.

 
Joyce Evans the station, Eveline, Dorothy Davies of Fairfach (both Work mates)