One more by G. G. Oyloe who I have mentioned in four previous wedding posts. This week's photograph is yet another style cabinet card for Oyloe - notice the back imprint on the card. It is rather unusual with a scalloped border, several birds, flowers, butterflies, and a spider web complete with spider!
The unidentified bride and groom on the front are both wearing dark clothing, the groom in this case is wearing a longer coat, but still has only the top button buttoned. The bride's dress has an unusual detail with darker triangular patches along the bottom of the skirt. Instead of a headdress she is wearing a white flower band on her head and has a long white scarf tied around her neck. I've seen this style before and want to believe this was some kind of ethnic adornment. I'm dating this late 1880's about 1889 +- one year.