Lucy Errington and Craig Crow

Craig and Lucy.
Craig and Lucy.
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The wedding of Lucy Errington and Craig Crow took place recently, at St Mary’s Church, Hogsthorpe.

The couple first met through mutual friends on a night out in Skegness in July 2007, and later moved in together in December 2009.

Lucy, daughter of Bryn and Jane Johnson, was educated at Alford Grammar School and now works at Skegness Hospital as a receptionist in the Urgent Care Centre.

Craig, only son of Alan and Jean Crow was educated at the Lumley School in Skegness and now works as a civil engineer for JE Spence and Son, Bratoft.

The bride wore a Sincerity Ivory strapless sweetheart ruched Asymetrical shimmer charmeuse mermaid with pleated skirt and buttons down back zipper, chapel train with a diamente jewelled waistband and carried a white avalanche rose cluster with lilac and folded aspidistra around the cluster, bound with material and diamante jewels.

The ceremony was carried out by Rev. Terry Bardell and the bride was given away by her step father, Bryn Johnson.

Best man at the ceremony was Jason Mumby.

Maid of honour was the bride’s sister, Esther Woodhouse, who wore a purple floor length, one shoulder gown with gathered bodice and flowers on the strap, and carried a small replica bouquet of the bride’s.

The bride’s daughter, Olivia, was chief bridesmaid and wore an Ivory floor length Chiffon gown with a gathered bodice and a purple sash, and wore a diamante wrist corsage of white Rose.

The bride’s school friends, Dee Anne and Louise Greensmith, wore a lilac knee length chiffon gown with a sequened gathered bodice and carried smaller bouquets of the brides.

The brides friend’s daughters, Kenzie Armstrong and Brooke Verheul were flower girls and they wore an ivory floor length chiffon gown with a gathered bodice and wore diamante wrist corsages with white roses.

The bride and groom’s son, George, acted as pageboy, along with the groom’s nephew, Hakim Khan.

The groom’s friends Andy Green, Scott Collingwood and Richard Lowes were Ushers, along with the bride’s brother-in-law, Andrew Woodhouse, who also did a reading for the couple in church.

The couple honeymooned with a two night stay in London (before a planned family holiday in Corfu during May) before returning to live in the family home in Thames Street, Hogsthorpe.