The wedding party is composed entirely of Year 10 pupils, studying for RE GCSE at Afon Taf school, in Merthyr Tydfil, south Wales, where there is a newly-opened house of religions.
The house, believed to be the only one of its kind in the UK, has five rooms, each devoted to a different religion. In addition to the Christian chapel, there is a fully-equipped kosher kitchen. Islam is represented by an elaborate mosque room. Hinduism and Sikhism have dedicated temple rooms, while outside, in a landscaped garden, a statue of Buddha presides over a still pond.
Joanna Moore, 15, dressed in turquoise flounce, is serving as a bridesmaid at the wedding ceremony. "It's a lot better doing it, rather than reading about it in books," she said.