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Saturday, 01 November 2014

Gemma Sayle and Andrew Hampson

GEMMA Louise Sayle, 23, an intensive care nurse, from Dalton, and Andrew James Hampson, 31, an engineering geologist, from Dalton, married on Saturday, July 16, 2011.

HOW THEY MET: The couple met in The White Horse, in Dalton, in December 2007, whilst Gemma was working for Andrew’s mum.

PROPOSAL: The groom proposed on Christmas Day 2009 while the couple were at home together, after the bride finished her shift at the hospital. He hid the ring in a giant cracker.

VENUE: St Mary’s C of E Church, Dalton.

THEME: Vintage and pearl.

BRIDE’S OUTFIT: An Italian Couture gown, “Demetrious”.

GROOMSMEN: Best man was Alastair Lane Groos, the groom’s friend of more than 10 years and ushers were the groom’s brother-in-law Mark Faragher and the bride’s brother Daniel Sayle.

The groom’s nephew, five-year-old Kaden James Faragher, was page boy.

BRIDESMAIDS: Chief bridesmaid was the bride’s best friend Charlotte Irvine. The groom’s sister Gemma Faragher and the bride’s friend Rachel Knipe were also bridesmaids. The groom’s three-year-old niece Anya Mae Faragher was the couple’s Princess.

FLOWERS: The bride carried a bouquet of pink roses and arum lilies.

TRANSPORT: The bride and father-of-the-bride, Philip Sayle, travelled in a 1940’s Beauford whilst the bridesmaids arrived in a vintage double decker bus.

The guests then travelled from the church to the reception at The Coot on the bus. A violinist greeted the guests at The Coot.

RECEPTION: A wedding breakfast for 80 guests at The Coot On The Tarn, Great Urswick. The room for the night do was decorated by the groom as a surprise for the bride. Guests attending the evening celebration enjoyed a hog roast.

ENTERTAINMENT: Barrow band SYFA entertained guests during the night do.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Nick Collinge at Love It Studios.

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