Emma Jayne Horsfall and James Andrew Jones
Last updated at 08:55, Tuesday, 21 February 2012
Emma Jayne Horsfall, 25, purchase ledger at M-Sport and James Andrew Jones, 27, rally car technician at M-Sport, live in Cockermouth.
HOW THEY MET: Met after a night out in Cockermouth in September 2006. Emma was dressed as an Indian for a friend’s birthday and happened to be sitting on James’ doorstep waiting for a taxi. After getting talking they have been inseparable ever since.
PROPOSAL: On Main Street in Cockermouth in November 2008 in the same place they met, celebrated with an engagement party in January 2009.
VENUE: Outside in the gazebo in the garden of Hunday Manor Hotel, Workington.
THEME: Royal blue and silver butterflies with tables named after Formula One drivers.
BRIDE’S OUTFIT: An ivory satin A-line dress by Forever Yours with heavily-embellished beading to the bust and silver crystals, beads and sequins, skirt scattered with clusters of sequins and beads from Champagne Brides, Workington.
A waist-length veil with scattered crystals which were hand-sewn by the bride and a small diamond tiara.
GROOMSMEN: The groom’s younger brother Gary Jones was best man and the groom’s older brother Christopher Jones was usher.
They wore Black Prince Edward suit with white waistcoat and royal blue cravat from Greenwoods, Workington.
BRIDESMAIDS: The bride’s best friend Emma Meddings (now Clucas) was maid of honour and friends Natalie Williamson and Jemma Brown were bridesmaids. They wore royal blue knee-length dresses with v-neck front from House of Fraser.
Mia Richards, the groom’s cousin, was flower girl and wore an ivory satin dress with netted skirt embellished around the waist and neck line with silver crystal, beads and sequins and carried a small white teddy with royal blue bow.
TRANSPORT: An ivory 1930s Sport Saloon Rolls Royce from Cars of Distinction, Penrith.
RECEPTION: Hunday Manor for a champagne reception and meal and evening reception and finger buffet for 100 guests.
The bride and groom walked into the reception to The Chain by Fleetwood Mac, the theme tune to Formula One.
TABLE SETTINGS: Large twisted stem glasses filled with blue lights and beads and blue decorative grass. Each table was named after a Formula One driver with the top table being the podium.
All decoration and wedding stationary were put together by the bride.
FAVOURS: White favour boxes with blue ribbon and small butterfly on the lid filled with love hearts and Roses chocolates.
CAKE: A three-tier cake of fruit and sponge decorated with glitter butterflies made from icing and diamond initials on the top of the cake, made by the mother of the groom, June Jones.
FIRST DANCE: You Do Something To Me, Paul Weller. The bride and groom then surprised guests with a routine to Jump On It by the Sugarhill Gang and they got them to join in half-way through.
ENTERTAINMENT: A bouncy castle from A & R Bouncy Castles, Cockermouth.
After the meal the guests enjoyed a Formula One quiz and the winners received a box of Celebrations.
Evening entertainment by MBz Disco, Maryport.
HONEYMOON: Silverstone for the British Grand Prix followed by a week in the Dominican Republic.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Karen Jones Photography.
VIDEOGRAPHER: Dave Draffan Videography, Carlisle.
First published at 21:09, Wednesday, 08 February 2012
Published by http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk
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