Negative: Baynon-Brook Wedding

Standish and Preece
Production date
07 November 1987
One colour negative depicting a portrait of the bride and groom of the Baynon-Brook wedding standing in a park in front of some trees with two bridesmaids, two groomsmen, and a flower girl standing beside them. The bride and groom each have one foot resting up on a cloth-covered object and the bride's dress is lifted to show the garter on her leg.
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Sleeve 2539
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