Emma and Thomas met at primary school, but went their separate ways as they grew up. 10 years later, the pair bumped into one another in a pub. They exchanged numbers, and, after three years of dating, got engaged after Thomas proposed one Christmas Eve in their living room. “He cooked me a special breakfast and asked me to marry him with my grandmother's ring. I was still in my pyjamas, but it was perfect,” recalls Emma.
Here, she tells us more about their special day...
I decided against wearing a veil, so accessorised with a 1920s-style headpiece instead.
I chose a '50s-style dress called Audrey from online store Honeypie Boutique.
Guests ate traditional fish 'n' chips for our main meal, followed by ice cream.
We had a two-tier white chocolate cake with chocolate swirls and truffles.
Platform 2 Catering
Fish 'n' chip van
Wedding Fish & Chip Catering
D. Byford and Sons
Ice cream bike
Handmade by Hadley's
East Anglian Railway Museum
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