Anne and Scott's wedding at St Peter's Wawne and Willerby Manor

It may have been Halloween but there was no gothic horror theme here - just a slight nod with the lovely pumpkin floral decorations dotted around on a beautifully warm (for October) autumn day. They had both travelled down from Scotland to be with Anne's family as she was brought up in East Yorkshire. The bride arrived at St Peter's church in Wawne by Humber Imperial (originally belonging to King George) supplied by Marshall's Vintage Cars, which took the couple to Willerby Manor for their reception.

A double celebration as Anne's mum and dad's 50th wedding anniversary was that very same day!

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Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (1) Order of Service
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (10) groom's reaction during best man speech
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (11) best man's speech
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (12) bride looks to groom
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (2) Autumnal feel - Pumpkins for Halloween
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (3) Humber Imperial wedding car
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (4) groom waiting
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (5) bride and groom holding hands during the ceremony
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (6) bride and groom leaving church
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (7) in the gardens at Willerby Manor
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (8) Walking around the gardens
Anne and Scott's wedding at Wawne church and Willerby Manor (9) groom holds bride's hand during speeches