With this she wore a matching shawl trimmed with wide lace. She wore a white orchid corsage with accessories. Her jewellery being matching gold necklace and ear rings, gifts of the bride, with a matching gold bracelet. Mrs. LaBrie made her own gown. Mrs. Goudreau, mother of the groom, was in pink floor-length gown of polyester, with long bell shaped sleeves. Her accessories were white with orchid corsage. As the guests left the church, each took a flower attached to pews, to be as a souvenir of the wedding. Following the ceremony, the reception was held at Lebaron Hotel in Sherbrooke where over 200 guests were served a delicious dinner. Dancing was enjoyed to the music of Les Caroussile de Sherbrooke. In place of the traditional wedding cake, a large arrangement of dry flowers in a milk glass holder centered the table. The bride chose pant suit in maize pompedo crepe, with Palazzo pants; the tops having short sleeves, front bottom closing, fitted bodice was flared at the hips. The waist band formed a bow at the back. She wore a navy blue accessories, with a corsage of yellow and orange roses. The suit was made by her mother. The couple were driven to and from the Church and reception by Mr. Roland Lafaille of Sherbrooke, a friend of the couple. Following a honeymoon spent in the Laurentian Mountains and at Old Orchard Beach, me., the happy couple took up residence of Girard Street in Stanstead. The bouquets of the bride and matron of honor, were placed on the grave of their brother, Michael LaBrie, by their mother. Guests attended from Paris, France, Florida, Connecticut, Kentucky, Schenectady, N.Y., San Juan, Puerto Rico; Stowe, Newport, Milton, Vt.; Martinville, Lennoxville, Montreal, Sherbrooke, Coaticook, East Angus, Waterville, Redempteur; Barnston, Stanstead, North Hatley and local area. Several guests were unable to attend due to flooding in and around Barre, Vt. Following the rehearsal on June 29th. the bridal party and immediate members of the families gathered at the home of the bride’s parents, where gifts were exchanged by the groom. The matron of honor received a gold bracelet and the flower girl, a wrist watch from the bride. The groom’s attendants received appropriate gifts.