London (ANI): Take That member Mark Owen has tied the knot with his fiancee Emma Ferguson at Cawdor Parish Church, near Nairn. The ceremony took place on November 8 and hundreds of the band"s fans came out to view Owen, 37, arriving at the church with fellow Take That members Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Jason Orange, reports the Scotsman.
The band mates all wore black tuxedos with white ties and red roses in their buttonholes, and they stopped to wave to fans outside the church who had waited up to six hours to see them. As is traditional the bride arrived late along with her bridesmaids, wearing a white V-neck fitted gown, embellished with crystals, Ferguson walked up the aisle 25 minutes late.
Encircled by a flurry of photographers, Ferguson was assisted into the church by at least two bridesmaids who were also wearing white. With an antique-style veil flowing past her shoulders, she smiled and waved as the crowd outside the church let out a roar of cheers and applause.
The wedding service began as darkness fell on the Highland town, and it was reported the bride had requested a service by candlelight. Shortly before 6pm, the wedding guests emerged from the church, and the newlyweds, who have two children, toddler Elwood Jack and Willow Rose, born last November, walked through an archway made by the congregation.
The wedding party then walked through the church grounds to a rear exit, and to nearby Cawdor Castle for the wedding reception.