Marylin Eve Girard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A, Girard of Palm Beach, Fla. and Gastoma, N.C. was married on Sunday, July 3, to Dr. Joseph Daniel Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julus Robinson of Beach Haven, N.J. The ceremony, performed by Rabbi Asher Bar Zev of Temple Beth El. and the reception which followed, was held at The Breakers in Palm Beach.
In attendance was Mrs. Lewis Robinson of Butte, Mont. sister-in-law of the groom, as matron of honor. Ms Karun Shewer of New York City was maid of honor. Mrs. James Hennessey of Lamsdate, P.a., and Mrs. Lawrence Finkelstein of Warminster, Pa, were bridesmaids, with the bride's younger sister, Susan Michele Girard as junior bridesmaid and Jennifer Boron, her cousin, the flower girl.
Dr. Lewis Robinson, the groom's brother, served as best man. The bride's brothers, Frank and Kenneth Girard were grooms men, along with Dr. Robert Marier of Branford, CT. and Nicholas Sherer of Beach Haven.
The bride chose a Victorian style wedding dress of white silk organza trimmed with Venetian lace and crystal pleating at the hemline, with a scattering of lavender rosebuds on the chapel train and at the sleeves. She carried a matching Victorian styletan with Lavender rosebuds attached at teh base. Enhancing the Voctorian theme, the attendants were tustle back gowns of Lavender or violet overlaid with white organza and carried Lavender or white parasols.
The bride was graduated from The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., and cum laude from Case Western Reserve, University. She was executive assistance to the vice president of research at Children's Television Workshop in New York and has recently received her master's degree in educational research from Harvard university. Her father is president of Central Yarn and Dyeing Company of Gastonia and Kemtast Textile, Indin New York.
The groom is a graduate of Pructon University and holding degree in medicine from Yale Univeristy. He spends a year at Harvard Univeristy under a special grant and was a surgeon in the U.S. Public Health Service assigned to the National Institute of Health. now in the practice of internal medicine in the city. Dr. Robinson is also assistant clinical professor of medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine. His father is a lawyer.
The couple will spend their honeymoon treveling through Burma, India and Afghanistan, after which they will return to Washington, where they plan to make their home.