"Here Comes the Bride" is a short story by Lucy Maud Montgomery, first published in The Road to Yesterday in 1974. It is also included in The Blythes Are Quoted (2009).





  • Jims Anderson (mentioned only)
  • Austin (mentioned only)
  • Helen Bailey
  • Helen Bailey's two daughters (mentioned only)
  • Rhea Bailey (mentioned only)
  • Susan Baker
  • Susan Baker's mother (mentioned only)
  • Best man
  • Anne Blythe (mentioned only)
  • Diana Blythe (mentioned only)
  • Gilbert Blythe (mentioned only)
  • Jem Blythe (indirectly mentioned)
  • Nan Blythe (mentioned only)
  • Rilla Blythe (mentioned only)
  • Shirley Blythe (mentioned only)
  • Walter Blythe (mentioned only)
  • Andrew Carstairs (mentioned only)
  • Min Carstairs (mentioned only)
  • Sam Carter (mentioned only)
  • Charlottetown caterer (mentioned only)
  • Charlottetown player
  • Hal Crowder (mentioned only)
  • Daily Enterprise reporter
  • Prue Davis
  • Rebecca Dew (mentioned only)
  • 2 flower girls (mentioned only)
  • Kenneth Ford (mentioned only)
  • Persis Ford (indirectly mentioned)
  • Morton Gray (mentioned only)
  • 3 groomsmen (mentioned only)
  • Mary Hamilton
  • Mary Hamilton's nephew (mentioned only)
  • Harry (mentioned only)
  • Jack Frost (mentioned only)
  • Sue MacKenzie (mentioned only)
  • Sue MacKenzie's father (mentioned only)
  • Amy March
  • Douglas March
  • Douglas March's father (mentioned only)
  • Douglas March's maternal grandfather (mentioned only)
  • Douglas March's mother (mentioned only)
  • Douglas March's parents' minister (mentioned only)
  • Douglas March's paternal grandfather (mentioned only)
  • Douglas March's wife (mentioned only)
  • Evelyn March
  • James March
  • Marnie March
  • Mabel Mattingly (mentioned only)
  • Carl Meredith (indirectly mentioned)
  • Faith Meredith (indirectly mentioned)
  • Jerry Meredith (mentioned only)
  • John Meredith
  • Una Meredith (indirectly mentioned)
  • Rosemary Meredith (mentioned only)
  • Patricia Miller (mentioned only)
  • Patricia Miller's son (mentioned only)
  • Jane Morris (mentioned only)
  • Barbara Morse
  • Barbara Morse's friend (mentioned only)
  • Gertrude Oliver (mentioned only)
  • Rose Osgood (mentioned only)
  • Elmer Owen (mentioned only)
  • Elmer Owen's parents (mentioned only)
  • Page boy (mentioned only)
  • D'Arcy Phillips
  • D'Arcy Phillips' cousin (mentioned only)
  • Frederick W. Phillips (mentioned only)
  • Mrs. Frederick W. Phillips
  • Mrs. Frederich W. Phillips' bridesmaid (mentioned only)
  • Mattie Powell (mentioned only)
  • Josiah Pryor (mentioned only)
  • Ramsay (mentioned only)
  • Ramsay's first wife
  • Ramsay's second wife (mentioned only)
  • Ramsay's 2 daughters (mentioned only)
  • Ramsay's 2 sons-in-law (mentioned only)
  • Joe Raynor (mentioned only)
  • Joe Raynor's groom (mentioned only)
  • Joe Raynor's groom's ex-girlfriend (mentioned only)
  • Janet Small (mentioned only)
  • Ella Starrocks (mentioned only)
  • Walter Starrocks (mentioned only)
  • Mrs. Thompson (mentioned only)
  • Wagner (mentioned only)
  • Carry Ware (mentioned only)
  • Joe Wilson (mentioned only)



  • The Daily Enterprise (mentioned only)
  • D'Arcy Phillips' flivver (mentioned only)
  • Elmer Owen's steamliner (mentioned only)
  • Jim March's first car (mentioned only)
  • Jim March's Packard (mentioned only)
  • Wedding of Anne Shirley and Gilbert Blythe (mentioned only)
  • Wedding of Evelyn March and D'Arcy Phillips
  • World War I (mentioned only)

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See alsoEdit

Books universe
Anne of Green Gables series (gallery) · Anne of Green Gables (1908) (gallery · notes · read)
Anne of Avonlea (1909) (gallery · notes · read) · Chronicles of Avonlea (1912) (gallery · notes · read)
Anne of the Island (1915) (gallery · notes · read) · Anne's House of Dreams (1917) (gallery · notes · read)
Rainbow Valley (1919) (gallery · notes · read) · Further Chronicles of Avonlea (1920) (gallery · notes · read)
Rilla of Ingleside (1921) (gallery · notes · read) · Anne of Windy Poplars (1936) (gallery · notes)
Anne of Ingleside (1939) (gallery · notes) · The Road to Yesterday (1974) (gallery · notes)
Before Green Gables (2008) (gallery · notes) ·The Blythes Are Quoted (2009) (gallery · notes)
Chronicles of Avonlea
"The Hurrying of Ludovic" (read) · "Old Lady Lloyd" (read) · "Each in His Own Tongue" (read)
"Little Joscelyn" (read) · "The Winning of Lucinda" (read) · "Old Man Shaw's Girl" (read)
"Aunt Olivia's Beau" (read) · "The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's" (read) · "Pa Sloane's Purchase" (read)
"The Courting of Prissy Strong" (read) · "The Miracle at Carmody" (read) · "The End of a Quarrel" (read)
Further Chronicles of Avonlea
"Aunt Cynthia's Persian Cat" (read) · "The Materializing of Cecil" (read) · "Her Father's Daughter" (read)
"Jane's Baby" (read) · "The Dream-Child" (read) · "The Brother Who Failed" (read) · "The Return of Hester" (read)
"The Little Brown Book of Miss Emily" (read) · "Sara's Way" (read) · "The Son of His Mother" (read)
"The Education of Betty" (read) · "In Her Selfless Mood" (read) · "The Conscience Case of David Bell" (read)
"Only a Common Fellow" (read) · "Tannis of the Flats" (read)
The Road to Yesterday
"An Afternoon with Mr. Jenkins" · "Retribution" · "The Twins Pretend" · "Fancy's Fool"
"A Dream Comes True" · "Penelope Struts Her Theories" · "The Reconciliation"
"The Cheated Child" · "Fool's Errand" · "The Pot and the Kettle" · "Here Comes the Bride"
"Brother Beware" · "The Road to Yesterday" · "A Commonplace Woman"
The Blythes Are Quoted
"Some Fools and a Saint" · "Twilight at Ingleside" (vignette) · "An Afternoon with Mr. Jenkins"
"The Second Evening" (vignette) · "Retribution" · "The Third Evening" (vignette) · "The Twins Pretend"
"The Fourth Evening" (vignette) · "Fancy's Fool" · "The Fifth Evening" (vignette) · "A Dream Comes True"
"The Sixth Evening" (vignette) · "Penelope Struts Her Theories" · "The Seventh Evening" (vignette)
"The Reconciliation" · "The Cheated Child" · "Fool's Errand" · "The Pot and the Kettle"
"Another Ingleside Twilight" (vignette) · "Brother Beware" · "The Second Evening" (vignette)
"Here Comes the Bride" · "The Third Evening" (vignette) · "A Commonplace Woman"
"The Fourth Evening" (vignette) · "The Road to Yesterday" · "Au Revoir" (vignette)
See also
L. M. Montgomery · Budge Wilson

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