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Couple celebrate with a special wedding after Covid delays
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A Carlisle couple who had been due to marry in July 2020 were married a year later after having to change the date due to Covid.

Laura Collins, 26, a teaching assistant, and Scott Davidson, 28, who works as an engineer (machinist), live in Carlisle. Laura is the daughter of Ian and Dianne Collins, and Scott is the son of Carolyn Forster and Norman Davidson.

The couple met through friends in 2010 and got together in March 2012.

Scott proposed at Christmas in 2018 when he hung a surprise bauble on the tree that Laura had to find. The bauble contained the message “Laura, will you marry me?”.

Laura said, “of course, I said ‘yes’”.

Laura had a bee-themed hen party at her mum and dad’s house and also went to Beach Box in Newcastle for a second celebration.

Meanwhile Scott’s stag party was a barbeque with DJ in his parents’ garden.

“They weren’t what we had originally planned but we couldn’t have asked for better celebrations!”, said Laura.

The wedding was held at Heather Glen Country House at Ainstable with a theme of natural white and greenery.

Laura’s dress was a bespoke bridal gown from Catherine Paige, Dalston, featuring a backless, lace top with a plain ivory skirt and a lace train with buttons down to the bottom.

She wore a sparkly, mid-length, one-layered veil to show off the back of her dress.

Jodie Miller did the bride’s hair and make-up was by Adore Hair & Beauty of Wigton.

Ben McCallum, groom’s friend, was best man and Craig Johnstone, Steven Nattrass, Adam Ward, Chris Forster, Daniel Kendall, Oliver Forster and Tommy Ward carried out the page boy’s duties.

They wore navy suits with a navy and pale blue checked waistcoats from Suits Direct.

Victoria Ward, the bride’s sister, was maid of honour, Sarah Mechie and Nicole Phillips were bridesmaids and Edie Forster, was flower girl.

The bouquets of white roses with Eucalyptus, green foliage and white peonies were supplied by Flowers by Linda.

The wedding ceremony was attended by 111 guests with 46 guests at the evening reception where a three course meal was served.

Table settings were candelabras with flowers done by Flowers by Linda with tea lights and crystals. The couple gave their guests Scentsy wax melts for the women and personalised heart chocolates for the men as favours.

The three-tier wedding cake was supplied by Bakery 27.

The couple took to the floor for their first dance to Can’t Help Falling in Love, Elvis Presley.

Evening entertainment was provided by DJ Simon Vogt and the couple’s niece Edie played the ukulele.

Guests also enjoyed a selfie mirror. Laura and Scott enjoyed a two week honeymoon in Ibiza.

Their special day was recorded in beautiful photographs by Carlisle photographer Julie Winspear with video by Cumbria Wedding Films.

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