MISS Vicky Smith, daughter of Robert Smith, of Sale, Manchester, and Carol Smith, of Duffield, Derbshire, and Mr Adam Boyfield, son of Brian and Carole Boyfield, of Harlaxton, were married at Cressbrook Hall, Cressbrook, Derbyshire.
The ceremony was conducted by Anthony Gill and Harold Shepherd.
Given away by her father, the bride wore an olive green, gold-shot satin, full-length dress, with bandeau bodice and wide V-strap detail and full pleated skirt with a full-length trailing white veil. She carried ivory rosebuds and Milford ivy, hand-tied and wrapped with ivory lace.
Bridesmaid was Eleanor Stafford, 4, in an ivory, full-length dress, with embroidered detailing and olive green sash. She carried a flower wand with two ivory rosebuds and ivy, and trailing olive green ribbons.
Best men were Mark Goodburn and Edward Duerdon. Ushers were Gary Smith, bride’s brother, Tom Lacey, bridegroom’s son and William Stafford, bridegroom’s nephew.
The reception was held at Cressbrook Hall, Derbyshire.
A honeymoon will be taken at a later date.
The couple will live in Milford, Derbyshire.
Vicky is a youth worker for a charity supporting children with visual impairment and she enjoys walking, knitting, music and singing and learning the piano. Adam is a graphic designer for a skateboard and accessories company and his interests are walking, climbing, mountain biking and snowboarding.
Photo: Barbara Goodburn-Lee