BRIDE Natasha Colling was accompanied by seven bridesmaids and two flower ...

Date: Tuesday 19th April 2011

BRIDE Natasha Colling was accompanied by seven bridesmaids and two flower girls when she married Tom Banks at St. Peter’s Church, Langwathby.

The couple, who live at Friars Road, Penrith, were married by the Rev. Richard Moatt and their wedding reception was at the Roundthorn Country House Hotel, Penrith.

The bride is the daughter of John and Yvonne Colling, of Roman Road, Penrith. She works as a customer adviser. The bridegroom is the son of Doug and Edna Banks, of the New Mill, Langwathby, and works as an electrician.

Natasha wore a full A-line gown of ivory peau de soie with ruching on the skirt and lace detail, which was hand-made by Jacquie Kidd, of Glassonby.

She was attended to by bridesmaids Keira Colling (chief) and Jenny Mooney, Tayla Colling, Poppy Dixon, Molly Banks, Freya Colling and Lillie Dixon. Phoebe Dixon and Faye Elliott were flower girls.

The best man was Sean Elliott and the ushers were Antony Smith, Andrew Colling, Matthew Whitton, Chris Wiseman, Grant Elliott and Steven Banks.

Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, was the honeymoon destination.

Photo: DMR Photography.