1960's wedding

Doubt thou the stars are fire;
Doubt that the sun doth move;
Doubt truth to be a liar;
But never doubt I love

Oh, darling darling
I’ve seen the look of a sadness in your eyes -Stillwater

Dear George,
I just heard that you and Pattie got married. Congratulations! I’ve been waiting for this day for one and a half years. I figure it this way: when a person gets married it’s one of the happiest moments in his life. To see you at your happiest would make me very happy too. Best of luck in the future.
Beth Mullen […] New York
George answers:-
Thanks very much for your letter Beth, and to everyone else who wrote to us after the wedding. Pattie and I would like to repeat what Johnny Dean put in his editorial last month. Thanks for everything. I said I’d let you all know about it when it happened, didn’t I?
—  Letters From Beatle People, The Beatles Book monthly, March 1966

“Sharon was one of the most beautiful brides I had ever seen at her wedding to Roman in 1968. It was at the Playboy Club in London, then at the height of its louche popularity. Sharon looked ravishing–her long blonde hair was done in intricate coils, and laced with ‘baby’s breath.’ I too had a complicated hairdo of the times and we had a sweet picture together in which we laughingly compared our 'do’s.’ Roman in his Beatles jacket looked like the cat that found the cream. It was a fabulous wedding and everyone had a fabulous time.”
–Joan Collins

1962 little newlyweds Shirley Bolingbroke and Billy Barty: Shirley was a graphic design artist and Billy a prolific actor from the earliest days of Hollywood until his death in 2000. He founded the 7,000+ member organization Little People of America in 1957.