Beer comes the bride – Bury St Edmunds brewery helps the Green-Kings mark their big day

The newly-wed Green-Kings (Jamie Greene and Louise King) celebrate with a bottle of Greene King ale specially labeled for the occasion.''Photo by Tierney Photography.'www.tierneyphotography.co.uk''For more information contact Donna Chessum at Tribe on 01603 417722 or donna@tribepr.com
The newly-wed Green-Kings (Jamie Greene and Louise King) celebrate with a bottle of Greene King ale specially labeled for the occasion.''Photo by Tierney Photography.'www.tierneyphotography.co.uk''For more information contact Donna Chessum at Tribe on 01603 417722 or donna@tribepr.com
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Bride and groom Louise King and Jamie Green toasted their wedding with a special tipple after their namesake, brewery Greene King made them their very own beer.

The couple who will be known as the Green-Kings, contacted Greene King’s chief executive Rooney Anand ahead of their big day – the Bury St Edmunds brewery then designed special bottle labels featuring the couple. It gave them 80 bottles of the Green King beer for their wedding reception which was held in Yorkshire late last month.

Specially labeled bottles of Greene King ale for the newly-wed Green-Kings (Jamie Green & Louise King).''Photo by Tierney Photography'www.tierneyphotography.co.uk''For more information contact Donna Chessum at Tribe on 01603 417722 or donna@tribepr.com

Specially labeled bottles of Greene King ale for the newly-wed Green-Kings (Jamie Green & Louise King).''Photo by Tierney Photography'www.tierneyphotography.co.uk''For more information contact Donna Chessum at Tribe on 01603 417722 or donna@tribepr.com

“We both love good beer so we were really chuffed when the brewery agreed to produce some special bottles to help us celebrate the coming together of Mr Green and Miss King,” said Louise.

“Our friends have been called us the ‘beer-trothed’ and the ‘beer-ly beloved.”

The Greene King brewery was formed over 200 years ago when Benjamin King and Edward Greene joined forces.

“The union of a Greene and a King has proved a very successful marriage for us and we wish the latest Green-King’s the same,” said chief executive Rooney Anand.