A couple obsessed with Scots rockers Biffy Clyro themed their entire wedding around the band after falling for each other at one of their concerts.
Superfans Jenny Cummings, 30, and Dwaine Butters, 28, exchanged their vows using the band’s lyrics in a unique ceremony.
Their wedding cake was segmented into puzzle pieces was based on the album cover for the 2007 album Puzzle.
The quirky cake also had figurines of their cats –which are called Boom and Blast after the 2009 track Boom, Blast and Ruin.
Jenny’s jewellery featured a specially designed plastic necklace bearing the words “Mon the Biffy”.
And even the wedding date of Saturday 27 June made reference to the song ’27’ from the band’s Blackened Sky album.
The couple first met in 2012 at a concert where Dwaine had waited for 12 hours to keep a space at the front.
But instead of keeping the spot for himself, he let Jenny in front of him.
Using lyrics from the songs Scary Mary, Biblical and Mountains, they said in their vows: “I promise to give time to your heart and time to your soul. Thank you for showing me there is more.
“You gave me magical I gave you wonderful. Love will last forever between you and me you are my mountain you are my sea.”
Design technology technician Jenny from Annbank, South Ayrshire, said: “I went down to Leeds with my mum for a Biffy gig in 2012.
“Dwaine had let me in front of him even though he had waited 12 hours for his place. My mum turned to me and told me to make sure that I see that man again.
“Our wedding was a really nice, relaxing personal day.
“It strangely doesn’t feel any different at all now we’re married – it seems like we should try and be proper adults now but we’re far too fun and quirky to let that happen yet.”
“We sound really obsessive but we know our place when it comes to Biffy and keep our distance after gigs.”
“We met them in Vegas last year and they kept jokingly saying that they’d play our wedding – we did send them an invite but they never got back to us.”
The wedding invitations featured different Biffy Clyro album covers and Jenny walked down to a recording of Stinging Bell — which was the song playing when they first met.
Their special day took place in Jenny’s parents’ back garden just outside the village of Annbank.
Zoe Lyons, a TLC celebrant who officiated at the wedding, said: “It was brilliant. They were great and totally mad – in the nicest way possible.
“They knew exactly what they wanted and had a great, shared passion for Biffy Clyro.”
Biffy Clyro lead singer Simon Neil praised the band’s superfans Jenny and Dwaine for their “truly inspiring” story.
He said: “Having met Jenny and Dwaine we knew that they were very passionate about each other and the band.
“But we had no idea we would play such an important part in their special day.
“Their story is truly inspiring and we wish them a long and happy life together. Maybe we’ll see them in the front row again.”