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Bride’s Magazine 1878

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The ladies of ye olden time, and particularly the brides, were dressed in a style essentially different from those shown in the fashion plates of Harper’s Bazaar for 1878.

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Photo-Vintage Bazaar covers

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 Silver gelatin print of a new bride, 1880’s Sydney, Australia

 

Fancy bonnets, kid gloves, and silk dresses were never dreamed of. The most
complete wardrobe consisted of a home-spun dress,deer-skin petticoats, dyed blue from the bark of the soft maple, and a squirrel-skin bonnet. In many instances, bride and bridegroom mounted the same horse, and rode away to the nearest magistrate, a
happy couple.

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1880s bride-photo from https://www.pinterest.com/

 

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1880s bride in silk and satin-photo from https://www.pinterest.com/

 

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1880s bride in silk and satin-photo from https://www.pinterest.com/

 

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Bride in the 1860s-photo from https://www.pinterest.com/

 

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The Bride and Her Bridesmaids, Albert Sands Southworth, Josiah Johnson Hawes, whole plate daguerreotype. 1851

 

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Minneapolis-wedding-Lily Absinthe

 

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1880s Wedding Couple Shake Hands-photo from https://www.pinterest.com/

 

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wedding portrait circa 1880s-photo from https://www.pinterest.com/

 

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A pioneer wedding-photo from https://www.pinterest.com/

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Pioneer wedding-photo from https://www.pinterest.com/

 

 

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