Hannah Louisa Battle arrived in a 1947 Bentley for her wedding to Scott Deacon-Church.
The bride, a dental hygienist and therapist, is the daughter of Andrew and Alison Battle, of Westfield, while the bridegroom, a business development manager, is the son of Paul Church, of Westfield, and Gail Deacon, of Alicante in Spain.
The wedding took place at St Mary Magdalene Church, Chewton Mendip, and the service was conducted by the Rev Howard Latty.
The bride wore a diamond white Sophia Tolli satin dress with diamante embellishments and carried arum lilies.
She was attended by her best friend Frances Obern, the bridegroom's sister Billiejo Deacon and her cousin Darcey Evans.
The best man was Jesse Deacon and the usher Richard Hill.
The couple held a reception at the Tythe Barn, Priston Mill, where the bride's godfather Dave Curtis was toastmaster, and their honeymoon was a Caribbean cruise.
The couple met as members of Somer Starmakers Amateur Dramatics group.