Alice Joyce marriage to Walter Parnicott

Nov 24th, 1923 | By | Category: Joyce Newspaper Reports


The marriage of Mr. Walter Parnicott,youngest son of Mrs. Parnicott, of Windsor, and Alice eldest daughterof Mr. and Mrs E. Joyce,- of Ann street.Clayfield, was Solemnised by the Rev. G.E. Rowe, D.D., at Albert Street Methodist

Church, on Saturday, 24th November, at 3.30 p.m. -The bride was given away by her father, and wore a frock of ivory georgette over satin finished with sprays of silver tissue, also wore a cap and veil and carried a beautiful spray of arum lilies. Miss Maggie Morris and little Miss Merle Joyce (niece of bride) acted as bridesmaids, the former wearing a frock of fine white voile finished with panels of pin tucks and guipure lace, and the latter a white georgette frock over silk caught with delicate shaded ribbons on each shoulder. Mr. E. Wylie acted as best  man. A dainty wedding breakfast wasserved at the Wattle Cafe, the tables being beautifully decorated with roses, gerberas and ferii. On leaving for the honeymoon(spent at Sydney and the Blue Mountains)the bride wore a travelling dress of navy satin cliarmoutte with touches of silver and hat to harmonise.

Queensland Figaro 8 Dec 1923

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