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Twitter Tracks Down Newlyweds Who Celebrated Wedding Night At Manchester's Warehouse Project

Twitter Tracks Down Newlyweds Who Celebrated Wedding Night At Manchester's Warehouse Project

It's supposed to be the most special night of your life, and for one loved-up couple they celebrated their nuptials in style by dancing until the early hours at Manchester's Warehouse Project.

The newlyweds have also been promised a wedding gift by co-creator of the nightlife event, Sacha Lord, following a hunt across the internet before the mystery couple were identified on Twitter as Lewis Bretts and Victoria Bolstridge.

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The married pair first sparked interest after a fellow party goer, Jordan Louise, who was at Warehouse Project on the same night as the husband and wife on Saturday, 29 December, took the photograph of the newlyweds still in their wedding get-up.

Credit: Facebook/ Jordan Louise.
Credit: Facebook/ Jordan Louise.

The grinning man is seen wearing a navy suit with his tie undone and a flower in his buttonhole, with his arm around his wife, who is still wearing her wedding dress underneath a leather jacket.

Jordan shared the image and their story to her Facebook page, "in the hope it gets back to them," which has now gone viral, having been shared more than 1000 times and received more than 1000 likes.

She uploaded the snap with the caption: "So last night in warehouse I walked past this guy and he had a suit on with flowers on his chest so I was like oh have you been to a wedding?

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"He replies with he got married that day and this is his wife she is still in her wedding dress on the dance floor with 10 thousand people stomping around her [laughing face emoji] #warehouseproject #thosewhoravetogetherstaytogether".

The married ravers caught the attention of Sacha Lord, one of the founders of the popular event, who shared the image to his Twitter page promising a wedding gift for the couple if they could be identified.

Speaking to his 65,000 followers he said: "I've been sent this a couple of times. Does anyone know who they are?

"The least we can do is send them a wedding present from @WHP_Mcr".

Within just six hours the couple have been identified, with Sacha confirming he's been in touch with the couple: "We've found out who the bride and groom were at WHP. I've sent them a message...apparently they are on their honeymoon. Thank you to everyone who has helped track them down. Have a great Sunday evening!"

Lewis and Victoria were eventually named, with the St Ann's Church twitter account revealing they had tied the knot married on Saturday,28 December. They are now believed to be enjoying married life on their honeymoon.

We hope you have at least some Warehouse VIP tickets from Sacha and the team waiting for you when you return home...

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Jordan Louise.

Topics: Daily Ladness

Niamh Spence

Niamh Spence is a freelance writer, covering lifestyle topics. She graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in Journalism in 2012 and has switched between PR and journalism ever since. Usually found with coffee and on twitter.

 

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