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Playlist Some of the tracks that DJ Ray played at Sue and Shaun’s wedding FIRST DANCE: The Wonder Of You (Elvis Presley) Love Is All Around (Wet Wet Wet) All Of Me (John Legend) Cream (Prince) Rock With You (Michael Jackson)

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hose first few steps of married life were precious to John and Debbie Thompson. In the fresh summer air, the contentment of the newlyweds was easy to see as they strolled to historic Rowley Manor, the venue for their reception, followed by dozens of well-wishers, including threeyear-old Emily, who was beaming from ear to ear. “Taking in a bit of fresh air after such an occasion was nice, especially with the weather being so lovely,” John said. However, the traditional tossing of the bouquet, beautifully crafted by Sarah Nicholson at The Floral Lounge, did not exactly go to plan. “I couldn’t bring myself to throw it,” Debbie said with a touch of embarrassment. “It was just so pretty and I didn’t want to ruin it, so I told my sister to look after it and put it in some water so we could take it home!” The welcoming smiles of Rowley Manor’s excellent members of staff greeted the guests, who were served with refreshing glasses of bucks fizz at the door following the short walk from St

‘Debbie’s friends made sure she stayed on the dancefloor by keeping her glass topped up’

Peter’s Church. Then, as the delicious food was prepared, John and Debbie took time out to mingle with friends and family, both looking relaxed and happy. When the wedding breakfast was served, it was time for speeches. Those first few steps of married life were precious to John and Debbie Sharman. In the fresh summer air, the contentment of the newlyweds was easy to see as they strolled to historic Rowley Manor, the venue for their reception, followed by dozens of well-wishers, including threeyear-old Emily, who was beaming from ear to ear. “Taking in a bit of fresh air after such an occasion was nice, especially with the weather being so lovely,” John said. However, the traditional tossing of the bouquet, beautifully crafted by Sarah Nicholson at The Floral Lounge, did not exactly go to plan. “I couldn’t bring myself to throw it,” Debbie said with a touch of embarrassment. “It was just so pretty and

Where Teardrops Fall (Bob Dylan) Back For Good (Take That) Especially For You (Jason Donovan/Kylie Minogue) Panic (The Smiths) Hey Jude (The Beatles) Tender (Blur) Vicious (Lou Reed) Tracks Of My Tears (Smokey Robinson) Something’s Gotten Hold of My Heart (Marc Almond/Gene Pitney) True (Spandau Ballet) Shine (Take That) The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (Prince) Last Dance: Never Forget (Take That)

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