Mills, Plouffe wed in double-ring ceremony
Linda Darlene Plouffe became the bride of Brian Henry Mills in a double-ring ceremony at Union Presbyterian Church in Terra Cotta On July 20.
Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas Plouffe of Ballinafad, is a receptionist at P. Graham Bell Assoc. Ltd. In Georgetown.
Brian Mills is employed as a shipper and receiver at Int. Wallcoverings in Brampton. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Mills of Terra Cotta.
The afternoon wedding was conducted by Rev. Howard Smith with Van Ravens playing the organ.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire style gown with a high neck, long sleeves and a long train from the waist. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses.
The matron of honor, Susan Boss was attired in a floor lenght light pink gown while bridesmaids, Eileen McElhinney, sister of the bride; Yvonne Morden, sister of the bride, and Raetta Donaldson all wore deep pink gowns.
The best man was Ray Boss and Eugene McElhinney, Alan Mills, and Bob Donaldson were ushers.
Follwing the ceremony was an evening reception at Ballinafad United Church, then a dance at Ballinafad Community Centre.
The bride's mother received for her daughter in a light blue floor length crepe gown with a crimson corsage.
The groom's mother wore a floral on white gown with a yellow corsage.
The bride wore a navy and red pant suit for her going away outfit. The couple travelled to Ottawa and Niagara Falls for their honeymoon.
All the gowns for the bridal party were made by the bride's mother. The flowers worn in their hair were made by Yvonne Marden. The wedding cake was made by the bride's mother and decorated by Mrs. Ada Kirkwood.
The bride's grandparents from Elora and the groom's grandmother from Scarborough attended the wedding.
The bride was honored at miscellaneous showers given by Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Miron, Susan Boss and Raetta Donaldson, and Yvonne Morden and Eileen McElhinney.
The newlyweds are living in Brampton.