TRACY Rebecca Cotton and Neal Jonathan Gostelow were married at St James’ Church, Louth, by the Rev Lorraine Turner.
Tracy is the only daughter of Pete and Marilyn Cotton of Belchford and Neal is the only son of Percy and Christine Gostelow of Friskney.
The bride was given away by her father.
She wore a dress with sweetheart neckline, delicate beading and rouching to the side with a full train with short crystal detail and veil.
Attendants were Elaine Grocock, the groom’s sister, Joanne Shewring, the bride’s friend from university who now lives in the USA, and friend Gemma Spencer.
They wore short pistachio strapless dresses with corset detailing to fasten and side bow detail.
The bride carried a hand-tied bouquet of ballet and dolomiti roses, bavardia and spray avalanche roses.
The bridesmaids also carried hand-tied bouquets to co-ordinate with the bride with additional flowers of trachilium and veronica.
The page boys wore matching waistcoats and neck ties. They were Oliver Grocock, nephew, and James Shewring, the bride’s godson.
Best man was Matthew Bray and best boy was the couple’s six-year-old son Sam, who carried the rings.
Ushers were Martin Cotton and Jonathon Berry.
The reception was held at the Petwood Hotel, Woodhall Spa.
The couple honeymooned in Bavaria, Germany.
They will live in Louth.
The bride was educated at Banovallum School, Horncastle, and University College Scarborough and is a teacher at Lacey Gardens Junior School in Louth.
The groom was educated at Skegness Grammar School and Loughborough University and works for Ralegh in Manby.
They are both active members of Kenwick Health and Leisure.
Official photographer was Robin Bright of Wantage, Oxford.