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Meet this week's Wedding of the Week

“We had a Rugby Glam theme with lots of sparkle,” said Catherine.

“We had centre pieces with feathers, rugby balls going down the aisle and silver sparkly table covers.

“My son David wrote and shared a reading at the ceremony, which no one knew about, for Jamie about how he has made his mum so happy and how he is proud that this man is his step dad.

The bride wore a strapless princess ballgown with cathedral train and sparkly cathedral veil.

The 32 layered dress was MoriLee from J’Taime Bridal in Stevenston.

The groom and groomsmen wore full kilt attire from Kilts4U in Kilmarnock.

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