A 1940s Wedding

A couple with a passion for military history have married in a wartime-style ceremony – that was so authentic they even issued guests with RATION BOOKS at the reception. Kath and Andrew Hacking married in the quirky 1940s style ceremony – and even walked down the aisle to the theme from the DAMBUSTERS. Bride Kath, from Lytham St Anns, Lancs, wore a traditional 1940s dress – while her groom wore a British Army Uniform from wartime.

A couple with a passion for military history have married in a wartime-style ceremony - that was so authentic they even issued guests with RATION BOOKS at the reception. Kath and Andrew Hacking married in the quirky 1940s style ceremony - and even walked down the aisle to the theme from the DAMBUSTERS. Bride Kath, from Lytham St Anns, Lancs, wore a traditional 1940s dress - while her groom wore a British Army Uniform from wartime.

A couple with a passion for military history have married in a wartime-style ceremony - that was so authentic they even issued guests with RATION BOOKS at the reception. Kath and Andrew Hacking married in the quirky 1940s style ceremony - and even walked down the aisle to the theme from the DAMBUSTERS. Bride Kath, from Lytham St Anns, Lancs, wore a traditional 1940s dress - while her groom wore a British Army Uniform from wartime.

A couple with a passion for military history have married in a wartime-style ceremony - that was so authentic they even issued guests with RATION BOOKS at the reception. Kath and Andrew Hacking married in the quirky 1940s style ceremony - and even walked down the aisle to the theme from the DAMBUSTERS. Bride Kath, from Lytham St Anns, Lancs, wore a traditional 1940s dress - while her groom wore a British Army Uniform from wartime.

A couple with a passion for military history have married in a wartime-style ceremony - that was so authentic they even issued guests with RATION BOOKS at the reception. Kath and Andrew Hacking married in the quirky 1940s style ceremony - and even walked down the aisle to the theme from the DAMBUSTERS. Bride Kath, from Lytham St Anns, Lancs, wore a traditional 1940s dress - while her groom wore a British Army Uniform from wartime.