Simon Goode and Lucy Brentnall decided they wanted to have their wedding on Lundy, the tiny island 12 miles off the Devon coast. The wedding was the first marriage in St Helena Church in 13 years and only the 17th couple to ever marry there.
Simon and Lucy camped for 10 days on Lundy over the Easter holiday, in force 8 winds, to qualify as "residents" on Lundy and therefore able to apply for a marriage licence.
Simon, who grew up in south Devon and is an architect, came up with a plan to transform the lambing shed into a fully fledged boutique restaurant, with a cocktail area and intimate dining space for the 134 guests.
Lucy's parents collected 50 lampshades from car boot sales and charity shops to create a fairytale sparkling interior. Friends and family lent a hand to convert the shed, as well as to repair, clean, polish and decorate the church.
The guests arrived the day before the 1 October 2010 ceremony sailing on the Oldenburg cargo ship from Bideford in north Devon. "People stayed in the various properties on the island including the old lighthouse, the castle, the old school," said Simon.
"A few more hardy guests - including Lucy and I on the wedding night - camped!" laughed Simon.
Simon and Lucy pose with some of the island's sheep. Lundy has only 23 permanent residents but an abundance of wildlife.
"It was a really great day," said Simon.
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