A couple who have been together for 28 years finally tied the knot in Whitby after being inspired by the Goth weekend.
Adele and Steve Nutter, from Huddersfield, and their party of guests donned Victorian costumes.
They created a spectacle as they filed from the registry office after the service and along the West Cliff to La Rosa where they had a vintage tea party.
Steve hadn’t wanted to be the centre of attention and had never been to a Goth weekend before, but his new wife assured him he wouldn’t look out of place.
She had proposed to him on the last leap year, made all the wedding arrangements herself and even made the costumes, including her own dress which was a take on one she had seen in London’s Victoria and Albert museum.
Adele told the Gazette: “It was the Goth weekend that inspired me. I love the dressing up and the Victorian costumes. It has been a perfect day and I think he quite enjoyed himself when he got over the fact everybody wanted to take his picture.”
Their children, Zea (25) and Aran (24) attended, with Zea as bridesmaid, and Aran gave his mother away.