Lee and Victoria were married in a civil ceremony, followed by a religious blessing in the library at the Athenaeum in Liverpool. Their religious blessing was performed by Reverend Alan Brookes, who had also christened both of their sons. The Reverend wore the same robes that he’d worn at the christenings and both ceremonies included a section about the boys, so they were included throughout the day.
The couple also included both of their mums in a candle lighting ceremony, where candles were lit to represent the families joining together.
Victoria and Lee exchanged rings bought from Goldsmiths. She had a curved diamond and platinum band which was designed to fit around her engagement ring, whilst Lee had a lightweight and sturdy palladium ring, complete with a decorative ridge through the middle, due to his manual job.
The newlyweds exited the ceremony to the sound of Mendelssohn’s ‘Wedding March’.