The Wedding
September 12, 1936
Santa Monica, California
Their long engagement came to an end when they united in marriage in Saint Monica's church in Santa Monica, California.  
The wedding was all that every girl dreams of.  A little flower girl and a ring bearer, to head the procession, and hundreds
of famous guests to bow and nod and whisper, "how beautiful the bride looks."  Organ music, a young tenor singing Ave
Maria.  The church was illuminated with candles.  The bride wore traditional satin and lace to make her consecrated vows.
"I Maureen, do take thee, John..."    Then, after exchanging plain gold wedding bands and kissing the bride, the couple
came out of the church and had their photographs taken as the new Mr. and Mrs. for the papers.
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Mr. and Mrs. John V. Farrow
Photo outside of the church in Santa Monica  1
Santa Monica church
church 2
church 3
church 6
Matron of honor, Sally Blane, Maureen, John, Hon  Michael Tandy---flower girl Joan Morgan, and ring bearer-Johnny Morgan
church 5
Sally Blane, Maureen O'Sullivan, John Farrow, Hon. Michael Tandy--- Joan & Johnny Morgan in front
Farrow reception
bridal party in front of the church in Santa Monica
The happy couple
What a nice photo of Maureen and John!
Finally relaxing at the reception
Enjoying the company of one person from a  fine group of guests
Sally Blane, Ainsworth Morgan, Major R. Brodley, Hon. Michael Tandy (British Consel), Maureen O'Sullivan, John Farrow, Alan Mobray, and Anita Louise
Bridal party cutting cake 1
cutting cake 2
Ainsworth Morgan, Hon. Michael Tandy, John Farrow, Allan  Mobray, and Major R. Brodley
Wedding Day
Never had the Irish actress looked so
beautiful as she did in her wedding gown
of white slipper satin--more lovely even
than the orchids and lilies-of-the-valley
held in her arms.
Seven Nations
CD: Thanks for Waiting
Track 13 : Slow Aire
Simply a beautiful, beautiful bride