Bride from Halifax marries in dress named after her

Anthony and Emma  Morrison Twibill. Photo by Dean Conner of Conner's Photography
Anthony and Emma Morrison Twibill. Photo by Dean Conner of Conner's Photography
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Emma Jane Morrisson Twibill and Anthony Morrisson Twibill from Claremount in Halifax were married and enjoyed a reception at the Pennine Manor Hotel, Outlane.

The bride wore an ivory dress by Mark Lesley, which was named after her as she was the first bride to try it on at Brides to Be in Queensbury.

She was given away by her father, Francis Twibill, and carried a bouquet of yellow and ivory roses with black crystals.

Bridesmaids were her sisters Kelly Butler and Rachel Twibill, and best friend Claire Horsley. Her five-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn Morrisson Twibil, was flower girl and ring bearer. Page boys were the couple’s two-year-old son Toby Morrisson Twibill and nephew Jack Alfie Butler.