New York Times, 16 April 1911

"Miss Sackett to Wed Stewart Waller.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sackett of 863 Park Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Audrey Townsend Sackett to Stewart Waller, son of Robert Waller of this city. Miss Sackett is a niece of Isaac Townsend, one of the governors of the Union Club. The Sackett country home is at New London, Conn.
Mr. Waller is a graduate of Harvard, class of '03, and is a grandson of John A. Stewart. He is a member of the Union, Racquet and Tennis, and Tuxedo Clubs.
No date has been set for the wedding."

New York Times, 13 June 1911

"Waller-Sackett Wedding on July 20.
The wedding of Miss Audrey Townsend Sackett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sackett of 863 Park Avenue, and Stewart Waller, son of Robert Waller of this city, is to be celebrated on July 20 at the country home of the bride's parents at New London, Conn.
Mr. Waller is a graduate of Harvard, class of '03, and is a grandson of John A. Stewart. He is a member of the Union, Racquet and Tennis, and Tuxedo Clubs.
Miss Sackett's brother, Austen Townsend Sackett, is to marry Miss Marie Good, daughter of Mrs. John Good of Brooklyn, Thursday, at Delmonico's. Stewart Waller will wait upon Mr. Sackett as his best man."

New York Times, 20 June 1911

Miss Sackett's Wedding Plans.
The wedding of Miss Audrey Townsend Sackett, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sackett of Park Avenue, and Stewart Waller will take place on Thursday, July 20, at 1:30 P.M., at Miramar, the Sackett country estate at New London, Conn.
Miss Sackett will have Mrs. Huntington Jackson of Washington, D.C., as matron of honor, and the bridesmaids will be Miss Kitty Lawrence of Newport and Miss Fanny Sinnickson of Philadelphia. The two flower girls are to be Phyllis Thompson and Dolly Hagar.
Mr. Waller will have William Godfrey of Philadelphia as his best man, and the ushers selected are Charles Bradley, J. Couper Lord, Julian Peabody, Malcolm Sloane, and Wistar Kendall.

The Washington Post, Washington, DC, 21 July 1911

"Miss Audrey Sackett Weds.
Becomes the Bride, in New London, of Stewart Waller.
Special to The Washington Post.
New London, Conn., July 20.óMiss Audrey Townsend Sackett and Stewart Waller, both prominent in New York society, were married this afternoon at the summer home of the bride's father, Charles A. Sackett, in Pequot colony. The bridegroom was attended by William Guthrie, of Philadelphia. Miss Catherine Lawrence, of New York, was bridesmaid, and Mrs. Huntington Johnson, of Baltimore, was matron of honor."

New York Times, 21 July 1911
"Checks for $36,0000 Their Wedding Gifts.
Miss Audrey T. Sackett and Stewart Waller Married at Miramar, in Pequot Colony.
Bridegroom is a Banker.
Bride's Father, Charles A. Sackett, Too Ill to Attend Ceremony at His Summer Homeó500 Guests.
Special to The New York Times
New London, Conn., July 20.—Miss Audrey Townsend Sackett and Stewart Waller, both prominent in New York society, were married at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon at Miramar, the Summer home of the bride's father, Charles A. Sackett, in Pequot Colony. The Rev. Alfred Poole Trint, formerly rector of St. James's Episcopal Church here, but now stationed at St. Johnsbury, Vt., performed the ceremony.
Among the many wedding gifts were a pair of gold vases, studded with gems, from ex-President and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt; a check for $6,000 from relatives, and 150 checks representing $30,000.
The ceremony took place in the drawing room under a canopy of roses, and bells made of vari-colored flowers, representing chimes, were suspended from the ceiling.
The bride walked down the ribboned aisle with her brother, Austen Townsend Sackett. Her uncle, Isaac Townsend, gave her in marriage, her father being too ill to be present. She wore a soft white satin gown, covered with point lace, and a point lace veil, the lace having been worn by her mother, Mary Alice Townsend, and by her grandmother, the late Mrs. Isaac Townsend.
Mrs. Huntington Jackson of Washington, the matron of honor, was in mauve chiffon, topped by a wistaria-laden white hat, and Miss Katherine Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Lawrence, the maid of honor, wore a pale blue chiffon frock and a wistaria-trimmed chapeau. The two little flower girls, Dorothy Hagar and Phyllis Townsend, wore white frocks decorated with blue ribbons and carried white leghorn hats, suspended from blue ribbons and filled with pink roses.
Mr. Waller's best man was William Godfrey, and the ushers were Robert Sedgwick, Jr., J. Couper Lord, Malcolm Sloane, Wistar Kendall, Charles Bradley, and Julian Peabody.
Mr. Waller is the son of Robert Waller and a banker in New York City. He is a graduate of Harvard, class of '95, and a member of the Union, tennis, and Racquet Clubs.
The Fort Wright band played on the Sackett lawn after the ceremony. Sherry of New York was the caterer. There were nearly 500 guests, who arrived by automobiles, trains, yachts, and steamers. The wedding was one of the most brilliant affairs seen in the Pequot Colony for several months.
The guests included Mrs. Buchanan Winthrop, an aunt of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kellogg, Mr and Mrs. H. Rogers Winthrop, Mr. and Mrs. Hazard of Providence, Gen. Sackett and Mrs. Sackett, Paymaster Sackett and Mrs Sackett, Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Sackett, Dr. Appleton and Mrs. Appleton of Boston, Mrs. Charles Guthrie, John E. Reyburn and Mrs. Reyburn, Mrs. Robert Remsen and Miss Remsen, Col. Wright and Mrs. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Keasbey and Miss Keasbey, Mrs. Clarence Dinsmore, Miss Phipps, and Miss Alice Kortright.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller are to spend most of their honeymoon along the St. Lawrence, and in the Autumn will go to New York to live at Sevety-sixth Street and Park Avenue."