On May 1, 2009, Corrinne Brown and Adam Jones committed themselves to one another in an intimate wedding ceremony.
The service was held in Old Portsmouth's Square Tower, which was completed in the reign of Henry VIII and is one of the oldest surviving fortifications in the city.
Corrinne was transported to the reception venue not by Rolls-Royce like her bridesmaids, but in a stunning glass coach drawn by two white horses. Corrinne's mother, who planned the surprise, said it was a magical moment.
Continuing the historical theme, the reception took place at Southsea Castle, where a marquee decorated with ivy and ivory roses awaited the guests. The top table was named after Henry VIII, with the guest tables named after his wives.
Dressed in a medieval-style silk dress and with her gorgeous red hair laced with variegated ivy, Corrinne was the centre of attention. Both the bride and the mother of the bride wore designs by Nicki Hill.
After the wedding celebrations drew to a close, the couple went on to honeymoon in Agadir, Morocco.