A HONEYMOON in the Caribbean followed the wedding of John Nigel Arthur Cushing and Janice Gillian Turner in a civil ceremony at Yelf’s Hotel, Ryde.
The bridegroom, an engineering manager, is the son of Mrs Stella Cushing, of Deimos Drive, Hemel Hempstead, and the late Mr Cyril Cushing.
The bride, a human resources and quality director, is the daughter of Mr Richard Figg, of Wykeham Road, Binstead, and the late Mrs Margaret Figg.
The bride wore a full-length two-piece, champagne, French silk gown, decorated with scattered diamante and pearl, with matching champagne veil and diamante tiara.
She carried a bouquet of cream roses, jasmine, winter red berries, holly and ivy.
She was attended by Claire Turner and Michelle Kitcher (bride’s daughters), who wore full-length red dresses decorated with scattered diamante, diamante tiaras and ivory fur wraps, and carried smaller versions of the bride’s bouquets, together with Daisy-Mae Kitcher (bride’s granddaughter) and Emily Cushing (bridegroom’s granddaughter), who wore ivory silk dresses and matching fur wraps, and held silver wands with a cream rose and red ribbon attached.
The best man was Paul McGoun.
A reception was held at Yelf’s Hotel.
Photography by The Mobile Portrait Studio, Carisbrooke.