WORN AT RECENT WEDDING Costumes of Bride and Attendants That Were the Last Word for Such Occasions. At a recent wedding of Importance some of the costumes were noteworthy. note-worthy. The bride's gown was of silver and white brocaded satin, elaborately embroidered em-broidered and trimmed with alencen lace. The square court train was three yards in length. Tf" was fllmnol nftmnlotolv cnirorori with a veil of rare old lace,' a family heirloom. The honor maid wore a dainty frock of palest pink moussellne de sole over a faint tint of blue liberty silk. The bodiece had a dropped fichu of finest Chantilly lace caught slightly to the left side with a cluster of small silk roses, in the pastel shades of violet, vio-let, pink and yellow. A deep flounce of six scalloped pleat-Ings pleat-Ings of the moussellne trimmed the skirt. Small clusters of the roses were placed at intervals around the flounce. With this gown was worn a fascinating fas-cinating bonnet of shirred moussellne de soie of palest blue. A narrow pleating finished the edge and a wreath of small silk roses, matching those used upon the frock, encircled the crown and adorned the bonnet strings.