Our prompt this month is this rather elegant wedding photo. I don't have a lot of wedding snaps in the family albums - not old ones anyhow, but I have been able to find a few.
This one is of my great grandparents, taken in 1877. It is a pity that the details are not clearer as the dress she wore looks very intricate.
These two are the parents of the bride on the occasion of their Golden Wedding Anniversary
I am not sure who this couple are - probably friends of the family, taken in the late 1800s or early 1900s. Edwardian dress style I think.
This happy pair are my English Aunt Mildred and her husband, taken around 1920. This is one of the very few photos I have of my father's family. He was cut from the family and sent to Australia as a Remittance Man to come to his senses and stop embarrassing the family. What he did, we have no idea. All kept very quiet.
Moving along to 1939, this elegant couple are my uncle and aunt. I really wonder how she managed to walk in that dress.
How fashions change. This is another photo from the English side - one of my cousins taken during the 50s.
And my own wedding in 1962 in a gown made by myself.
The 70s saw a great change in wedding gowns judging by this photo of one of my cousins, taken in Darwin in 1970. The gentleman is my husband who gave the bride away. It looks as if the bride is being propped up here.
In the 80s my eldest daughter was married in a gown made by her mother - me. In fact I made all the wedding dresses. How on earth did I find the time.
And finally to the nineties when my second daughter was married.
So a parade of family weddings over 120 years.
Liz Needle - linking with "Sepia Saturday"