SHERRY Helen Coldron, daughter of Lynn Pritchard, of Warwickshire, and Mr Ian Rayson, son of Pauline Austin, of Redmile, and the late Terry Rayson, of Knipton, were married at Woodland Waters, Ancaster.
The ceremony was conducted by P. J. Jenkins.
Given away by her brother Lee Coldron, the bride wore an elegant, ivory gown with diamond and pearl detail. She carried silk caramel-coloured lilies and roses.
Bridesmaids were Lauren Thorpe, bride’s daughter, Abbie Norris, Robyn and Alex Hibbett, Sofie Glover and bride’s nieces Stephee and Ella-Louise Baldwin and Sydney Coldron. Lauren wore an elegant, caramel-coloured gown and carried flowers similar to the bride’s. The other bridesmaids wore mint green Tinkerbell-style outfits and carried white wands.
Pageboys were Kyle Thorpe, bride’s son, wearing tails and Morgan Coldron, wearing a Peter Pan outfit. Kyle played the guitar as the bride made her entrance.
Best man was Jonathan Watchorn. Ushers were Joseph and George Rayson, bridegroom’s sons. A reception was held at Woodland Waters, Ancaster, and a honeymoon followed on a Caribbean cruise.
The couple will live in Sudbrook. Sherry is a sales representative and she enjoys kickboxing. Ian is a builder.
Photo: Stuart McIntyre