The golf buggies, which had been decorated with flowers, at the resort took the bride and groom to the wedding ceremony, which took place on the beach. The couple put their own vows together, and also had a sand ceremony. They planted a frangipani tree as a way to commemorate their day.
To remember Paige’s late mother and brother, a seat was left empty with their photographs on it and a single red rose.
The bride was walked down the aisle by her brother Matt to the sound of 'Highland Cathedral' played by the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, the song that was also played at their mother and brother’s funeral to honour their memory at such a special time.
The bride and groom exchanged white gold rings they’d bought in a souk in Dubai, which they had engraved with their names and wedding date.