WEDDING: Abbey Johnson and Charles Hunt

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St. Andrew’s church in Kirkby cum Osgodby was the setting for the marriage of Abbey Johnson, youngest daughter of Sheila and Tony Johnson of Kirkby and Charles Albert Hunt, youngest son of Shirley and the late Dennis Hunt of Ludford.

The bride wore an ivory, silk dress with two crystal straps and a fitted bodice, which was incrusted with pearls and crystals. The bottom of the dress was net with a large train and Swarovski crystals all over. This was completed with a cathedral veil and a crystal head piece.

She carried a hand-tied bouquet of white roses, bouvardia, gypsophilia, freesia and strelitzia with foliage, bear grass and diamonté pins in the roses.

Abbey was attended by her two sisters Hayley Tindall and Claire Bierlein, who wore off-the-shoulder, long, jade dresses, which were encrusted with beads and sequins. The dresses also had a gathered effect with a bow at the hip. They both carried bouquets of yellow, white and ivory freesia.

The groom wore a brown prince Edward suit with a coffee coloured cravat. His button hole was ivory fressia and strelitzia petals.

The best man was the groom’s brother, James Hunt, and the ushers were his brother, Edward Hunt, and his brother-in-law, Matthew Tindall.

The reception was at Hemswell Court Hotel and the couple honeymooned in Sorrento, Italy.

The bride is a mobile hairdresser and the groom works for Hardy Bros. The couple plan to make their home in South Kelsey.