Miss Kirsty Ballaam, daughter of Steven and Catherine Ballaam, of The Old Farmhouse, Marston, and Mr James Sergeant, son of Margaret Sergeant and the late Robert Sergeant, were married at All Saints Church, Hougham.
The service was conducted by the Rev Lilian Hall.
Given away by her father, the bride wore a backless, ivory satin dress. She carried pink roses, gypsophila, alchemilla mollis and pink lisianthus, tied with natural raffia.
Bridesmaids were Sarah Ballaam and Lynsey Bennett, wearing knee-length, sage green chiffon dresses. They carried flowers similar to the bride’s.
Flower girls were Emelia and Annabelle, couple’s twin daughters, wearing floor-length, ivory satin dresses with a sage green band around the waist.
Best man was Adam Holmes.
Ushers were Daniel Laird, Alistair Laird and Andrew Atter.
A reception was held at The Chequers, Woolsthorpe-by-Belvoir, and a honeymoon followed on Ibiza.
The couple currently live in Hougham.
Kirsty is a mobile hairstylist and she enjoys running, swimming and activities with her daughters. James is a head greenkeeper and his interests are golf, swimming and sampling curry.
Photo: Gordon Arch