This is a photo from the Antique Shop in Park Rapids, Minnesota. ( My favorite Antique Shop will be closing soon, Linda is selling off her inventory and has the building up for sale, I have spent many hours in her shop and I will miss going there.)
Wilkins was the photographer, he was in and out of business in Park Rapids from 1904 to 1906 often with a partner.
I think that this may have been a double wedding. The dresses are almost the same (the brides dress has lacy sleeves), and the corsages and boutonnieres are the same. The men have different ties. I can imagine them posing for this photo and the bride handing off the wedding bonnet to her bridesmaid for her photo. Furthermore I think that the bride and the groomsman are brother and sister and the groom and the bridesmaid are brother and sister. ( It might just be my imagination.)
The women's dresses have the “pigeon breasted look” that was popular from 1900 to 1910.
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