A HONEYMOON in Dorset followed the wedding of David Angell and Claire Urry at Holy Cross Church, Binstead.
The bridegroom, a graphic designer, is the son of Mr and Mrs Fred Angell, of Westhill Road, Ryde.
The bride, a teacher, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Chris Urry, of The Old Forge Close, Binstead.
The bride wore an ivory dress with lace overlay and silk buttons, with an ivory veil with diamante crystals and a tiara with pearls.
She carried a bouquet of cream roses and freesia.
She was attended by Sarah O’Connell (bride’s sister), who wore a teal dress with tartan bolero, and Amelia Angell (couple’s daughter), who wore a cream and teal dress with butterfly design.
Paul Angell (bridegroom’s brother) was best man.
Noah and Robin O’Connell (bride’s nephews) were page boys. They wore navy suits with waistcoats and teal bow ties.
Matt Stacey, Greg Wilde and Simon Truckell acted as ushers.
The Rev Christopher Etherton officiated.
A reception at the IW Steam Railway, Havenstreet, followed.