A Cardiff couple took the old poem, 'Something old, something new', very literally when they arranged their wedding reception in the National Museum.
Eleri and Christian Phillips Adams, both 33, got married in the presence of 'Dippy the Diplodocus', the iconic model of a 152 million year old dinosaur fossil that was recently moved to Cardiff.
Eleri said having Dippy at their wedding was the "cherry on top" of their day.
The dinosaur, which is a plaster cast replica of fossilised bone, went on display on Friday 18 October, and will remain in the museum until the end of January next year.
The fossil was discovered in Wyoming, United States, in 1898.
'Dippy' had been housed in London's Natural History Museum since 1905, but has been on a tour of museums across the UK since last year.
Their 90 guests at the wedding reception were treated to a spectacular backdrop to the top table speeches.
The couple were sat underneath Dippy's very long neck during the dinner, which made for some memorable photographs of the couple's special day.
Dippy will remain in the museum until the end of January 2020.