Sue Robinson and Paul Byers
Last updated at 09:37, Thursday, 05 July 2012
Sue Robinson, 50 and Paul Byers, 52, live in Frizington
HOW THEY MET: They have known each other from childhood and met again five years ago at a mutual friend’s birthday party.
PROPOSAL: On a romantic walk at St Bees on Valentine’s Day 2008.
VENUE: Ennerdale Country House Hotel. The bride was given away by her uncle Peter Bennett.
THEME: Teal, ivory and silver.
BRIDE’S OUTFIT: An ivory two piece bodice and full skirt, from Olivia James Bridal, Egremont.
GROOMSMEN: Paul Byers Junior was best man and ushers were the bride’s son Dannie Robinson and the groom’s nephew Simon Byers. The bride’s grandson Deven Fowler was pageboy. They wore dark grey suits with silver waistcoats and cravats from Greenwoods.
BRIDESMAIDS: The bride’s daughters Dee and Debbie Robinson were bridesmaids and wore teal dresses from Debenhams and the bride’s granddaughter Maddison Boyd was flower girl and wore an ivory dress.
FLOWERS: The bride carried a bouquet of ivory and pink roses by the bride’s daughter Dee Robinson.
JEWELLERY: A gold wedding band for the bride from H. Samuel.
HAIR AND BEAUTY: Kirsty Beatty of Impressions, Cleator Moor, came to the bride’s home.
TRANSPORT: A people carrier by friends Alan and Val Robson.
RECEPTION: Ennerdale Country House Hotel for a hot and cold buffet for 100 guests.
FAVOURS: Sweets for the ladies and scratch cards for the men.
CAKE: A three-tier fruit, chocolate and sponge cake made by the groom’s sister-in-law Dawn Byers.
FIRST DANCE: I Swear, Boyz II Men.
ENTERTAINMENT: Disco/karaoke by CB Discos.
HONEYMOON: Spent on the Isle of Man.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Grahame Hayton Photography, Workington.
First published at 21:10, Wednesday, 04 July 2012
Published by http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk
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