A brilliant church wedding was solemnized in the Christ Episcopal church, Winnetka, Mnday at 8 o'clock when Miss Edith Carpenter Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Webster Beach of Winnetka, became the bride of Harry Hyde Barnum, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Barnum of Riverside. Rev. Frederick Budlong, assisted by Rev. Gerald Moore, read the service. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Beach home , 532 Oak street, Winnetka. The attendants were Mrs. Fletcher Dobyns, matron of honor; Miss Ada Dallas, Miss Kathleen Moore of Batavia, Miss Challie Payne of St. Louis and Miss Margaret Tredway of Dubuque, Ia., bridemaids; little Ruth Bradstreet of Winnetka and Beatrice Staff, Kenilworth, ribbon bearers; Gertrude Toles and Judith Boddle, flower girls; Harry Smoot, best man; Percy Hinckley, Edward Barron, Fletcher Dobyns and William McKinley, ushers. The bride was gowned in white satin trimmed in rose point and duchesse lace. Her tuile veil was wreather in orange blossums and she carried a shower of lilies of the valley. The matron of honor wore pale pink charmeuse draped in blue chiffon and carried a shower of pink sweet peas. After a wedding trip to Asheville, N. C. where they will be guests of relatives of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Barnum will be at home on July 1 at 912 Elm street, Winnetka.