KERRYANN Wilson, 29, of Whitehaven, Director of Learning for English and Maths at Energy Coast UTC, married Steven John Hartley, 30, of Bigrigg, a process worker at NNL, on June 22.

Bride’s parents: Lorraine and Peter Wilson, of Whitehaven.

Groom’s parents: Susan Hartley and the late John Hartley, of Bigrigg.

How they met: During a night out in Whitehaven at Cap’n Senny’s.

Proposal: At Laura Ashley’s ‘The Belsfield Hotel’ while on a romantic weekend getaway in the Lakes.

Venues: St James’ Church, Whitehaven followed by a reception at Hundith Hill Hotel, Lorton.

Bride’s outfit: A tulle and organza ball gown dress by Ronald Joyce which was a wedding gift from her brother, Lewis Wilson and Jimmy Choo shoes.

Hair and beauty: Hair styled by the bride’s mother Lorraine Wilson. Make up by SK Beauty.

Groomsmen: Best men were Stewart Flynn and Gavin Morgan, with Carl Boyles, Dale Hodgson, David Hoodless and Lewis Wilson as ushers.

Groom and groomsmen’s outfits: Grey Ted Baker ‘Tails of the Unexpected’ Suits with Kurt Geiger shoes.

Bridesmaids: Jenna Brown, Katie Brown, Laura Collins, Helen Parkes, Laura Rogan and Keeley Young.

Bridesmaids’ outfits: Fitted white bridesmaid dresses with Vince Camuto diamanté shoes.

Flowers: A traditional cascading bouquet with hand-tied white flowers for the bridesmaids from Jeans Flower Boutique, Whitehaven.

Transport: The Imperial and Bramwith Classic Cars and Cumbria Classic Wedding Cars, Wigton, Cumbria.

Reception: Hundith Hill Hotel, Lorton, with centrepieces by the bride’s mother Lorraine Wilson. Other items from Sweet Belief and colleague Ben Stevenson.

Favours: Alzheimer’s Society badges in memory of the groom’s late father, John Hartley. Favour boxes made by Violet Stafford, cousin of the bride’s mother.

Cake: A six-tier cake made by the bride’s work colleague and friend Ian Lindner.

First dance: Never Seen Anything Quite Like You Tonight by The Script

Entertainment: Acoustic Lee and Under The Covers (UTC).

Honeymoon: A tour of Sri Lanka, followed by a stay in Singapore then Bali.

Photographer: Double M Photography, Mike McKenzie.

Videographer: CPD Film, Cath Prescott-Develing

Extras: There was also a Hartley’s ice cream van, and the bride’s mother’s cousin brought his vintage TVR to be used in the photoshoot. A candy cart from family friend Isabel Henry. The couple thanked parents Lorraine and Peter Wilson for a magical day.