London:  A couple from Greater Manchester, decided to shun the traditional wedding gown and morning suit for their big day at Gretna Green and instead chose to wear giant babygrows.

Bride Kelly Scott said that getting married in a traditional way cost thousands, which they couldn't afford.
She wore comfy slipper boots with her babygrows and her groom Stuart wore trainers during their marriage ceremony, a media reported.

Witnesses Helen Bottomley and Adam Mills, Kelly's aunt and uncle Karen and Andy Tweedale, nephews Louis and Harrison Tweedale and niece Chloe Ellison, their one-year-old son Frankie and Kelly's seven-year-daughter Tiegan also stuck to the unusual dress code, a media reported.

Others chose to dress more traditionally, including Kelly's younger brother Brad-Lee Mullins who wore a grey suit.

Kelly, a 30-year-old account manager for an energy company, and Stuart, a 39-year-old electrical engineer, had the last laugh in their babygrows when it started to snow.

The couple, from Oakland Terrace, Castleton, are now saving up to go on honeymoon with their kids to Disneyland and Las Vegas next year.


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