A COUPLE managed to have their dream white wedding whole with a full church rite, dinner and vegetation for simply £1,000 – thanks to a navy of volunteers.
Beth and Lee Southern tied the knot in front of pals and family for a fragment of the price of the average wedding ceremony.

The pair, from Norwich, were the first couple to take advantage of the Grand Wedding package deal, provided through Reverend Mike Smith, in a bid to address the decline in church weddings.
Rev Smith, from St John’s Church in Hartford, Cheshire, devised the traditional wedding ceremony bundle for a fab thousand kilos, which includes a complete church rite, flora, a reception with wine, a two-direction meal, and pictures.
Beth informed Mail Online: “I couldn’t have requested for a higher day.

Beth, 25, a group leader in a care home, and Lee, an apprentice engineer, 26, had been engaged for four years after being collectively for the reason that they have been sixteen.
But expenses had not on time their wedding ceremony, with the pair seeking to store up to buy a house.
The couple said they have been “beaten via kindness” after dozens of volunteers pitched in to in the end make their large day show up.
An instructor stepped in to become a marriage planner, a newbie photographer took snaps of the glad couple and a neighborhood grandmother organized the flora.
And the organist presented to play without cost, whilst a neighborhood company donated a luxurious automobile for the day.
While the get dressed wasn’t blanketed within the package deal, Beth controlled to select up a frock for £800, and a church member, Audrey Kerr-Taylor, who is additionally a seamstress, altered it totally free.
Beth introduced: “Because weddings are so luxurious we idea we’d need to wait.
“Then we noticed this provide and it meant we could do both on the identical time.”
Rev Smith, 49, decided to provide the Grand Wedding deal – hosting three a yr – in response to a decline in traditional church weddings.