SARAH Louise Smith and James Gary Galey were married at St John the Baptist Church, Great Carlton, by the Rev Chris Turner.
Sarah is the first daughter of Susan Topliss of Boston and Christopher Smith of Louth and James is the first son of Carol Carter of Great Carlton and Donald Galey of Manby.
The bride was given away by her father.
She wore a full-length ivory Alexia tulle and taffeta gown with a short train and a beaded bodice.
Attendants were Charlotte Anne Smith, the bride’s sister, Victoria Ruth Galey, the groom’s sister, Kezia Verdaguer, the groom’s daughter, and Keira Chloe Towler, the groom’s friend’s daughter.
The two older bridesmaids wore matching dark ivory ebony rose dresses with an ivory band and diamonte detailing and the two younger bridesmaids wore matching ivory Next dresses.
Page boy was Charles Andrew Galey, the bride and groom’s son. He wore a matching suit and waistcoat to his father.
The bride carried a bouquet of hand-tied sunflowers. The older bridesmaids had bouquets of cream gerbera and wrist corsiage and the younger bridesmaids carried rose petal flower baskets.
Best man was Michael Galey, the groom’s brother.
The reception was held at Great Carlton Village Hall and the couple will take their honeymoon at a later date.
They live in Grimoldby.
The bride was educated at Cordeaux High School and is now a full-time housewife and mother to son Charles.
The groom was educated at King Edward VI Grammar School and works at Eagle Structural.
Official photographer was Matt Bunting Photography of Holton le Clay.