Like beautiful brave lady?
Like romantic and unique wedding story?
If so, you must like the modern scooter wedding for Malcolm Rose and his wife Michelle Green. The sweet couple wed at Churchman House where they were accompanied by fellow members of Norwich Mods Scooter Club.
If you exactly at that street, you will see a team of members of Norwich Mods Scotter Club who united to accompany the bridal carriage. The bride rode a vintage Volkswagen Beetle. The groom was waiting in the front of Churchman House registry office. All routes from the happy couple's home in Horsham St Faith to Churchman House registry office on Bethel Street in Norwich was full of cheering by passersby.
The groom was 53 years old, while the bride was 44 years old. The former had two kids; the latter had three kids. Nine months ago, this pair of lovers met at a soul music party which happened every month in The Top of the Terrace lounge at Carrow Road. Their romance took place in that night.
The groom said: "It's all happened really quickly. We've both been married before but, as Michelle says, you just know when it's right."
For loving 60s modern scooter, they decided to have a romantic wedding by scooter. Though the whole wedding was not big and extravagant, we could tell the romantic flavor in it.
Besides the love of scooter, the reason having such a wedding may be based on the revival of scooter culture in Norwich at the moment. For example, more than 50 members of the Norwich Scooter Club attended a screening of cult film Quadrophenia at Cinema City, followed by a Northern Soul after-party last month. In Norwich Fashion Week of September, 1960s fashion of scooter re-emerged.
Retail of scooter was waking up. Gini Dorling from Rackheath recently launched a stall at the back of Norwich Market which sold Mod fashion and paraphernalia including badges, cuffs and novelties.
So what do you think of this themed wedding?