The wedding of Jane Hoyes, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Hoyes of Mareham-le-Fen, and Paul Harrison, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Peter Harrison of Harrow, was held at St Lawrence Church, Revesby.
The bride wore a full length dress of ivory lace, fitted with a medium train and short length veil. She carried a teardrop bouquet made up of roses, freesias, gypsophila and ears of wheat.
Maid of Honour was the bride’s sister Mary Berry, with other attendants Sarah Beatty, the bridegroom’s sister; Vicky Bryant, bride’s school friend; and Antonia Jack, bride’s travelling friend.
They wore knee-length lavender dresses and carried posy flowers made up of similar flowers to those in the bride’s bouquet.
The groom chose his school friend Christopher Giles as best man, with ushers Robert Doe, Andrew Cross and Jonny Wright, all childhood friends of the bridegroom, plus James Hoyes and George Hoyes, the bride’s brothers.
The reception was held in a marquee at the bride’s parents’ home of the Brides parents and had a rustic theme, including bunting, straw bales and hessian.
The couple honeymooned on the Greek island of Santorini and are making their home in Surbiton, Surrey.
The bride was educated at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Horncastle, Brunel University in Uxbridge and Bishop Grosseteste in Lincoln.
She now works as a Primary School Teacher in London
The groom was educated at Rooks Heath High School in Harrow, London and Uxbridge University.
He now works as a physiotherapist in London.