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Weddings Congratulations Heather and David


On Saturday 6th August 2016, David Howe married Heather Marshall at Christ Church Friezland, and was officiated by Rev. Cannon Sharon Jones. This was followed by a lavish reception at The Saddleworth Hotel.


The wedding party included Heather’s parents Ian and Lesley Marshall as well as David's parents David and Pam. Best Man duties fell to Sam Howe, who did a magnificent job ensuring the day went as smoothly as possible. The Ushers went to Chris Marshall, James Bradshaw, Rob Ward & Jason Saxon, who again, were all superb throughout. Heather's Matron of Honour was dutifully performed by Helen Broadhurst and her Bridesmaids were Sarah Shaw, Amy Wells, Eppie Nicholls & Katie Marshall who all looked lovely.


The Bride wore a stunning Roland Joyce dress which was certainly a show stopper. The grand princess soft tulle ball gown had an elegently presented swarovski dusted corset and was finished off with a dramatically bushelled 6ft train with delicate swarovski roses. It was accompanied by a 15ft hand made swarovski edged veil with scattered crystals created made by the mother of the bride.


The Bridesmaids wore traditional timeless elegant A line claret gown. which were created by a private designer. In addition the gentlemen wore traditional Edwardian tuxedo tailcoat suits, accompanied by top hats groom wore a three piece tailor made bespoke suit by Slaters Menswear.


The couple's amazing Wedding cake was created by Clare Moreland Artisan Chef. The impressive 4ft pearlised cake had alternating layers luxury pearlised icing with elegant detailing to complex sugar crystal work. A magnificent sweep of over 250 swarovski crystal brooches embracing the cake from top to bottom. The hand made swarovski monogram cake topper was crafted by local artist Sarah Shaw.


The Wedding flowers were expertly designed by Bloom'in Lovely of Lees. Heather held a stunning luxury hand tied boquet of claret roses & Cala lilies enveloped in black feathers, tied with the Marshall family tartan, whilst the Bridesmaids carried red roses with black feathers.


During the service, the bride was gifted a 1ct platinum princess cut diamond ring as her wedding present from the groom. The groom's Wedding band and twelve diamond half eternity rings were crafted by Alexander jewellers.


The whole day was captured perfectly by Steve of Studio 3000 in Stalybridge. The classic Wedding cars included a luxury Maserati for the Groom and a Rolls Rouce Phantom for the Bride were also supplied by the Saddleworth Hotel, another reason this is the venue of choice for so many newlyweds. The wedding bus by Belleview wedding hire was on hand to transport the guests to the hotel.


Special mentions must go to the brides mum who painstakingly crafted the 15ft veil, and even hand stitched every last Swarovski! The Saddleworth hotel, have been good family friend to Heathers family for many years, so without their expertise they would not have had the wedding of the year. Kind mentions must also go to Mr Paul 'boots' Errock 'the most honest man in the country' for his heart felt special support and contributions. Finally to Tony Seel for his beautiful speech which didn't leave a dry eye in the house.


The happy couple minimooned straight after the wedding to the Sensatori Dominican Republic and then took an extended honeymoon to Sensatori Mexico at christmas. The whole team at the Around Saddleworth & Tameside Magazine would like to take this opportunity in wishing Heather and David a long and happy life together.


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