was set for the 29th of June, 1854. "The news of the wedding had slipt abroad before the little party came out of church, and many old and humble friends were there, seeing her look 'like a snow-drop,' as they say. Her dress was white embroidered muslin, with a lace mantle, and white bonnet trimmed with green leaves, which perhaps might suggest the resemblance to the pale wintry flower."
Ze droeg een eenvoudige witte jurk van neteldoek. Delicaat groen borduurwerk, kant, een mantel en een witte muts, afgezet met kant, een lichte band van kleine bloemen en bladeren.
Charlotte Brontë was married to the Reverend Arthur Bell Nicholls in the Haworth Church of Saint Michael on 29 June 1854. She wore a simple white muslin dress with “delicate green embroidery, a lace mantle, and a white bonnet, trimmed with lace and a pale band of small flowers and leaves.”