THREE pieces of music specially written by the bridegroom for his bride were performed at the wedding of Timothy Charles Crosley and Lucy Eleanor Gange at St Mary’s Church, Cowes.
The bridegroom, a lawyer, is the son of Mrs Joan Crosley, of Pitts Lane, Binstead, and the late Cdr Mike Crosley. The bride, a customer services manager, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Michael David Gange, of St Martin’s Avenue, Shanklin.
The bride wore an ivory princess dress, with rose detail down the train, with a tiara and veil. She carried a bouquet of white and cream roses and lisianthus.
Bridesmaids were Emma and Jodie Gange (bride’s sisters) and Emma Morgan (bridegroom’s sister), who wore champagne gold, floor-length dresses and carried smaller versions of the bride’s bouquet.
The bridegroom conducts a choir and orchestra in London in his spare time and the wedding service included a string quintet and a 35-strong choir.
The Rev Canon Richard Emblin officiated.
A reception was held at Northwood House, followed by a honeymoon in Mauritius and South Africa.
Photograph by Martin Wilkins, of Wightphotography.