THE wedding plans are going well.
The bridal outfit is fitted, the cake has been ordered and the photographer has been booked.
All that remains is to order ... an RAF flypast by the world-famous Red Arrows!
That's been the case for Huddersfield man Lee Robinson and his bride-to- be, Clare Roberts.
They plan to tie the knot on Sunday at The Fountain Inn at Ingbirchworth.
And it will be a special day in more ways than one.
The couple will be the first to marry in the inn's new function suite.
And they, and their guests, will be treated - weather permitting - to a spectacular flypast by the RAF's finest.
The Red Arrows are providing the special tribute because Lee is one of their own.
He joined the Red Arrows last year as a junior technician and now works in the cockpit of Red 2 - the plane to the left of the formation leader.
He sits in the rear seat helping the pilot with vital checks in their spectacular displays.
Lee's flying colleagues are giving a show at Windermere in the Lake District on Sunday afternoon but have scheduled their return flight back to their home base in Scampton, Lincolnshire, to include a flypast over Ingbirchworth.
Lee, 28, and Clare, 28, who live near Worksop, hope to see the Hawk aircraft fly over at about 5pm.
Lee's dad, Malcolm Robinson, of Crosland Moor, said: "Lee always wanted to join the RAF but he had asthma and eczema as a boy and when he left school, he could not get in.
"So he built himself up with mountain biking over the hills and moors and passed his RAF medical at the age of 19.
"He joined the Red Arrows last year and loves every minute of being part of the circus. His colleagues wanted to do what they could for his big day."
* The Red Arrows are celebrating their 40th display season.
* The motto is Eclat - French for brilliance.
* A 100-strong team keeps the nine Hawk aircraft flying.
* The current chief is Sqdn Ldr Carl "Spike" Jepson.
* The display season runs from May to September.