It really was a case of the wedding day blues.
An idyllic wedding in a beautiful setting - and everyone wore denim!
Hardly surprising, really, when the bridegroom was Huddersfield artist Ian Berry, who has earned a worldwide reputation for his artwork in denim under the name Denimu.
Ian married Sewdish-born Asa Larsson in the village of Haslov, in southern Sweden.
And the invitations - in demin, of course - invited all the guests to wear the iconic blue cloth.
Ian, 31, wore a three-piece denim suit and a denim tie. His beautiful bride chose a traditional white lace gown but accompanied that with denim shoes and denim in her bouquet.
Even Ian’s eight groomsmen got in on the act, wearing matching denim suits and denim Ray Ban sunglasses!
Ian’s dad Eddie, of Netherton, who flew over to Sweden with wife Christine and friends of Ian from school and college, was a little more conservative.
“We all had blue suits but I wore a denim tie” said Eddie.
“It was a lovely day and the Swedish hospitality was brilliant”.
The wedding has been featured in an online magazine dedicated to all things denim.
Ian’s work has earned him global plaudits - most nopticeably recently for his specially-commissioned denim portrait of the late Ayrton Senna.
It was unveiled to Senna’s family at a special ceremony ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix last year.
Ian, who works under the name ‘Denimu’, has created stunning portraits of other icons including Marilyn Monroe and James Dean from old jeans.
High-profile Ian is never short of work and has turned down numerous portrait commissions – but said the chance to create Senna’s image was a ‘no-brainer’.
Huddersfield Town fan Ian went to Newsome High School and Greenhead College and spent two years at Huddersfield University before transferring to Buckinghamshire to study advertising.
He has now set up a studio in East London and is working on new commissions.
He met his bride to be while travelling in Australia but they went their seperate ways after just 24 hours, only to be reunited later in Thailand.
Ian is hoping to watch his beloved Town when they play in London this season.