MATTHEW Cook and Amy Duncan, who met at work, were married at All Saints’ Church, Godshill — on the bride’s grandmother’s 80th birthday.
The bridegroom, a sales manager, is the son of Mr and Mrs Peter Cook, of Bridlington, East Yorkshire.
The bride, a retail assistant, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ron Duncan, of Ternal Mead, Godshill.
The bride wore a 1930s-style ivory dress with crystal and lace detail, a lace bolero and a lace and crystal headdress. She carried a teardrop bouquet of wine and ivory roses.
She was attended by Jenna Craven and Lauren Crossland (bridegroom’s niece), who wore strapless, full-length, wine-coloured gowns.
The page boys were Reece Cook, four, and Daniel Cook, 21 months (couple’s sons), who wore grey trousers, wine and ivory waistcoats and wine cravats.
The best man was Martin I’Anson and the ushers were Richard Cook (bridegroom’s brother), Alan Duncan (bride’s brother) and Alex Duncan (bride’s brother).
Father Ken Cheeseman officiated.
Following a reception at Rookley Country Park, the couple honeymooned in Rhodes.
Photography by the Mobile Portrait Studio, Carisbrooke.