|Patrick and Laura Cayemberg|
|Patrick and Laura's wedding picture|
Miss Laura Laurent Weds P.H. Cayemberg
The marriage of Miss Laura Mary Laurent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Laurent of Tonet, to Patrick Henry Cayemberg, Green Bay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Cayemberg of Pulaski, took place Thursday morning at St. Martin's church at Tonet the Rev. L. A. Dobbelsteen officiating. The bride wore a gown of salmon-pink georgette, made in Colonial fashion, and trimmed with lace and rhinestones. A sash of blue, orchid and yellow was worn and a silver lace hat trimmed with rhinestones and silver slippers completed the costume. She carried an arm bouquet of white chrysanthemums with silver streamers. Little Joyce Marie Cravillion was flower girl. She wore a frock of peach crepe de chine with ruffles, and blue and peach streamers and a band of pearls and rhinestones around her head. She carried a basket of sweet peas and roses. Miss Anna Laurent was maid of honor, her gown being blue georgette made in Colonial style. She carried baby chrysanthemums. Walter Cayemberg was best man, Joseph Hermans and Wallace Guilette, groomsmen, and Hubert Guilette and Louis Lemens, ushers. The home of the parents of the bride was decorated with streamers of peach, salmon, blue, orchids and yellow and there was a wedding bell in the center of the ceiling of each room. Dinner and supper were served to 420 guests. A wedding dance was held in the evening at Jonet's hall, music being furnished by the Bohemian brass band."
Patrick and Laura were my husband's paternal grandparents. They lived right behind his house when he was growing up. As I blogged before, they died within days of each other.