Judith Sandra Seely

Personal

Gender: Female

Marriage

Spouse: Guy Roger Brodeur

Date of Marriage: September 20, 1958

Marriage Place: Montreal, Quebec

Sandra Seely Weds Guy Roger Brodeur

The marriage of Judith Sandra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rankin Seely, to Mr. Guy Roger Brodeur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armand Brodeur, of Outremont, took place on Saturday morning at ten o’clock, in St. Kevin’s Church, the Rev. Henry H. Hall officiating. Mr. Robert Allard sang during the service, and gold and bronze autumn flowers arranged with greenery were used to decorate.

The bride, who was given away by her father, was in a gown of poult de soie embroidered in Swiss organdy, fashioned on directoire lines, with a fitted bodice, having a scoop neckline and long sleeves, and a skirt having floating panels falling from a wide cummerbund. Her veil of tulle illusion was held by a band of Swiss organdy, and she carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations and pink roses.

Mrs. Guy F. Labelle, sister of the bridegroom, as matron of honor, and Miss Marguerite Hall, as bridesmaid, wore frocks of cinnamon brown poult de soie, with matching hats and carried cascade bouquets of bronze and yellow chrysanthemums and carnations.

Mr. Jacques Belanger acted as best man for his cousin, and the ushers were Mr. Pierre Moisan, Mr. Pierre Gagnon, Mr. Raymond Barbeau, Mr. Armand Daigle, Mr. Giles Giraldeau, and Mr. Andre Valiquette.

Mrs. Seely, the bride’s mother, was in a gown of café-au-lait chiffon and wool. She wore a hat of leaves and feathers of the same color and had a spray of cymbidium orchids pinned to her handbag.

Mrs. Brodeur, mother of the bridegroom, was gowned in imperial blue crepe. She wore a French clue feather hat, and had a spray of white carnations fastened to her handbag.

The reception was held in the Blue Room of the Ritz-Carlton.

Later, Mr. and Mrs. Brodeur left for the Southern United States, the bride traveling in a suit of navy blue French wool, and wearing navy blue accessories and a corsage bouquet of white carnations.

Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Lillian E. White, of Belle Mead, N.J., and Mrs. And Mrs. Andrew England, of Madawaska, Maine.

Published in The Montreal Gazette, Monday, September 22, 1958 page 31