ASHWAUBENON - The Ashwaubenon Historical Society paid tribute to bridal fashion Saturday.
The Wedding Extravaganza exhibit features more than 20 wedding gowns.
The gowns represent more than 100 years of changing bridal trends.
The oldest dress is from 1880 and belonged to the granddaughter of Chief Ashwaubomay.
Others were worn more recently.
The museum's curator says each dress came from a local family.
"We had a meeting, and we listed the circas we wanted wedding dresses from, and then we thought of people who lived during that time, and we contacted them and got the dresses," said curator Annette Aubinger.
The wedding dress of Chief Ashwaubomay's granddaughter was only on display this Saturday.
However, the rest of the collection can be viewed every Wednesday and Saturday.
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