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Nice day for a wet wedding.

Byline: LOUIE SMITH

THE bride and groom decided to splash out when they took the plunge...

Sarah Longland, 29, and 34-year-old Mark Camilletti intended to exchange vows outside in front of 100 guests.

But when torrential rain flooded the garden of their wedding hotel, the couple bought his'n'hers wellies.

And with the lawn under 2ft of water, they had to stand on a table for the photos.

Sarah said: "We knew it was going to be wet so we brought a load of wellies and umbrellas and asked the guests to do the same.

"Some of the guests thought there was a lovely lake in the garden when they arrived."

Support worker Sarah and civil servant Mark, of Bowes Park, North London, had the service indoors at Hotel Felix in Cambridge, before heading outside for photos in the garden.

Hotel manager Shara Ross praised them for "taking it all in their stride".

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WADE OF HONOUR Pair with guests FLOODED The hotel's gardens FLOOD & MARRIAGE Couple in their wellies
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 19, 2012
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