MISS Laura Eley, daughter of Stuart and Jacqui Eley, of Kidsgrove, Staffordshire, and Mr Andreas Fritzsche, son of Neil and Christine Fritzsche, of Lincoln Road, Caythorpe, were married at Tattershall Castle, Tattershall,
The ceremony was conducted by J. M. Burton and J. Hilman.
Given away by her brother, Christopher Eley, the bride wore an asymmetrical dress of ivory silk georgette, gathered over the shoulder and adorned with silk flowers cascading across the front and ivory duchesse satin, with a raised hemline at the front and mini train at the back. She carried hand-tied mini sunflowers, brunia, echinops, viburnum berries, pink dahlia, sprigs of blue delphinium and eucalyptus, bound in ivory organza and pinned with pearls.
Bridesmaids were Carly Goldspink, Alexa Burnam and Sam Zeglicki, wearing sleevless, satin, cocktail-length dresses, with v-neck in electric blue with a pink and white floral pattern and a solid blue, wide, satin belt. They carried hand-tied hydrangeas, bound in ivory organza.
Best man was the bridegroom’s brother, Mattew Fritzsche. Ushers were Peter Fritzsche, bridegroom’s brother, and John Sergeant.
A reception was held at Charlotte House Hotel,
Lincoln, followed by a honeymoon spent in
The couple will live in Leeds. Laura is a graphic web designer who enjoys eating out, cooking, trying new foods and listening to music. Andreas is an electrical contractor, who also enjoys cooking.