Kerry Moore and Duncan Wallace
Last updated at 16:53, Thursday, 07 October 2010
Kerry Moore, 36, customer service assistant at Silloth Cooperative and Duncan Wallace, 50, ship's officer, live in Silloth
HOW THEY MET: At Silloth’s mayor and mayoress Ian and Mavis Batey’s garden party 11 years ago.
PROPOSAL: At the Balmoral Hotel, Silloth during the Beer Festival in September 2009.
THEME: Ivory, silver and burgundy.
VENUE: Wigton Registry Office.
The bride’s brother Dean travelled from Japan for the wedding and her nephew Rion was born a week before the wedding day.
BRIDE’S OUTFIT: An ivory strapless floor-length dress with silver sequences, silver tiara and ivory veil.
GROOMSMEN: The bride’s brother Lee Moore was best man, the bride and groom’s son Reece was ring-bearer and nephew Cameron Moore was usher.
BRIDESMAIDS: The bride’s sister-in-law Sue Moore was maid of honour and the groom’s daughter Tiffany and stepdaughter Toni, the bride and groom’s daughter Naomi and niece Sophia Moore were bridesmaids. Sue, Tiffany and Toni wore burgundy dresses and ivory fur shawls and Naomi and Sophia wore ivory dresses.
FLOWERS: The bride carried a bouquets of lilies from Forget Me Not Flowers, Silloth.
TRANSPORT: A white limousine from West Coast Limos, Maryport.
RECEPTION: The Sun Inn, Red Dial, Wigton for a wedding breakfast and an evening reception at the Balmoral Hotel, Silloth for 150 guests.
TABLE SETTINGS: Balloons and party decorations from Margie’s, Carlisle.
CATERING: Douglas Kerr and Mandy Brennar of the Balmoral Hotel, Silloth.
CAKE: A two-tier fruit cake from Margie’s Sugarcraft, Carlisle.
FIRST DANCE: Oh Babe, What Would You Say? Hurricane Smith.
ENTERTAINMENT: Disco and karaoke by Jazzy Jim from Silloth.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Orchid Photography.
First published at 21:15, Wednesday, 06 October 2010
Published by http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk
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