The Sydney Morning Herald, 8 July 1926, p. 6.
"AXTENS—SACKETT
At the Methodist Church, Lismore, on June 7, the wedding of Miss Ella Sackett, eldest daughter of the late L. Sackett and Mrs. Sackett, of Cathcart Street, Lismore and Mr. J. W. Axtens, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Axtens, of Mosman, was celebrated by the Rev. S. Bonnor. The bride, who was given away by her godfather, Mr. J. A. Perkins, was gowned in ivory chenille satin, trimmed with silver buckles. Her veil and train were of cut tulle, and she wore sprays of orange blossom in her hair. Silver flowers and leaves decorated the train, which was carried by little Dorothy Sweeney, who was dressed in pink satin and silver lace. The bride's bouquet was of eucharist lilies and ferns. The bridesmaids were Miss Winnie Sweeney, in pale pink georgette, with a tulle head- dress, and Miss Gwen Axtens, who wore pale blue georgette, trimmed with ribbon of a deeper shade. She wore a tulle bandeau to match. Both maids carried posies of pale blue and pink sweet peas. Mr. Ian Axtens was best man and Mr. Frank Sackett was groomsman. The reception was held at Cullines, Cathcart-street, Lismore. The bride's [indecipherable] received the guests in a black morocain ensemble. The bride travelled in a two piece costume of lupin blue pussywillow and a hat en suite."