Keith and Charmaine met the staff from Bartlett & Butcher in Alton at a wedding fair and decided to book an appointment with them in order to choose the grooms party attire. The couple were looking for gold and ivory coloured waistcoats so that the groom could make a statement in gold, and the best man and ushers could wear ivory, but nothing stood out until they visited the shop themselves.
Keith liked the style of the Prince Edward Nuhru suit jacket which was unlike any others that the couple had seen in the past. They decided to go for it, along with the black and grey pin striped trousers to match. The grooms party looked great on the day and the best part was that they were all suited and booted under one roof.
Charmaine had her daughter April and a friend Tina act as bridesmaids on the day. Their gold dresses came from Elderberry Brides in Basingstoke and were designed by Forever Yours.