I actually have the most beautiful sepia coloured photo of my parents at their wedding, on my desk where I see it all the time.
It has gone brown round the ages and is in an old frame and is gorgeous!
It would now be about 85 years old and behind this I have a bigger picture of my mother's face -people often ask is it me, though I cannot see the resemblance.
I also have my parent's photo albums so have more photos of their wedding in there.
Love the pic Finy...another world.
Yes I have pictures of my parents marriage, my father was a squadron leader in the English Air Force and they married during the war in England....he looked very handsome in his uniform and Mum was in a lovely dress and hat with bouquet of carnations and fern...
Yes,I do have photos of my parents wedding,but more interesting and very special is one of my Dad's mother in HER wedding dress in the 20's!Apparently it was extremely heavy as it was made of silver lace,and in those days silver was exactly that:SILVER!!!!!
I have heard many tales from various relatives how when she she arrived at the wedding the sun came out and shone on her, which almost blinded everyone who was looking at her!!!
The photos are amazing,and are all that survived of this piece of artistry.Unfortunately this very fine lace tarnished beyond repair and disintegrated.It was typical layered 1920's almost flapper style with adorable little head piece in the same period's style. In such stark comparison, my parents mid 1950's wedding was very plain indeed,but to me was still utterly exquisite as mum was not into lace,just like myself!!
I have a photo album from my parents' wedding and tried to scan some of them to make a present for their Golden Wedding last year but just couldn't get it to work sadly. I also have a photo of my grandparents' wedding in 1936. My dad has a similar photo of his parents' wedding but I haven't got a copy of that one!
No unfortunately I don't. I don't even know if there is/was a photo of their wedding. They were only married in a registry office, asking 2 strangers who were passing by, to be their witnesses!!! (This was in 1945)