Mr Gareth Westworth, younger son of Mrs Elizabeth Westworth of Lancaster, and Miss Louise Bond, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Hunter of Bare, Morecambe, were married at Garstang Golf Club.
The bridegroom is an accountant and the bride is a midwife.
Given away by her grandfather, Mr Jack Butler, the bride wore a Phil Collins ivory satin and chiffon gown with contemporary all-over scatter bead detailing and carried a bouquet of purple hydrangea, lisianthus, freesia and lilac roses.
Bridesmaids were Claire Taylor and Rachel Westworth (groom’s daughter), and Evie (bride’s daughter, aged four) and Ava Taylor (bride’s goddaughter, aged two) were flower girls.
The bridesmaids wore taffeta pleated-bodice gowns in bright purple and the flower girls wore complementary pleated-bodice dresses in ivory organza. They carried bouquets of purple hydrangea and lisianthus with pink roses and gerberas.
Best man was Mr David Westworth (groom’s brother) and Messrs Matthew Westworth (groom’s son), Chris Bond (bride’s brother) and David Hunter (bride’s stepfather) were groomsmen.
Reception: Garstang Golf Club for 40 guests.
Future home: Morecambe.
Photo: Morecambe Photographic, Mandy Robson.