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Ashbourne couple choose vintage glamour for wedding theme

By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: August 20, 2014

Louise Gerrard and Glyn Sellers

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AN Ashbourne couple chose the stunning St Mary's Church in Tissington for their wedding, followed by an evening reception at Yeldersley Hall.

Louise Gerrard, the bride. is the daughter of Leslie and Ann Gerrard, both of Ashbourne, and is a former QEGS student. She currently works as a marketing manager.

The bridegroom, Glyn Sellers, is also a former QEGS pupil, and is an operations manager. His parents are David and Jane Sellers.

The bride was given away by her father, Leslie, and was accompanied by maid of honour Clare Andrew and flower girls Olivia Sellers, Chloe Andrew, Imogen Sellers and Maci Elliot.

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She walked down the aisle to Schubert's Ave Maria sung by the Heath Chorus from Uttoxeter.

The groom chose Mark Andrew and Mark Sellers as his best men.

The bride arrived in a dark blue Bentley, with cream leather interior, and carried a beautiful bouquet of cream and deep burgundy fresh flowers, from Prestons, to complement the wedding theme of vintage glamour and art deco.

Louise's dress was from Pronovias, and was a fishtail-style lace gown with empire line and diamante brooch detailing.

Yeldersley Hall was decorated with more vintage inspired accessories, provided by Posh Props.

Glyn and Louise invited 80 of their friends and family to join them for a wedding breakfast, after the ceremony on Saturday July 19, with more than 180 guests at the evening party, dancing the night away to music provide by band Dammit Jack.

The happy couple had their first dance to I Won't Give Up, performed live by the band.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Padstow, Cornwall, with their daughter, Olivia.

They will follow this with a trip to Florence, Italy, later in the year.

Photography was by Michael Hope-Smith from Three Six Seven Nine Photo and Film.

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