The people on the internet tracked down the couple which caught its interest after they were spotted celebrating their wedding night at a Warehouse Project. A fellow party-goer had posted a picture of the couple, still in a wedding dress on December 28, and it was a matter of weeks, before the founder of the project, Sacha Lord was involved in the 'internet-hunt'. However, on January 5, St Ann's Manchester church replied to the tweet revealing their names as Lewis Brett and Victoria Bolstridge.
The party-goer, Jordan Louise was the first one to spot Brett at a party in Manchester dressed in a navy suit, when Louise jokingly asked if he had been to a wedding, Brett introduced Louise to Bolstridge, his newlywed wife.
Sacha Lord had also shared the post asking about the identity of the couple after the post being sent to him a 'number of times' and the Facebook post by Louise was shared more than a thousand times, with people constantly 'amazed' by the 'raver couple'.
The 'hunt' finally came to an end on Sunday and the founder of Warehouse Project has also promised the couple a 'wedding gift' who are currently on their honeymoon.
The happy couple are Lewis Brett's and Victoria Bolstridge. Married in St Ann's Church on Saturday 28th December!— St Ann's Church (@StAnnsChurchMcr) January 5, 2020
We've found out who the bride and groom were at WHP. I've sent them a message...apparently they are on their honeymoon. Thank you to everyone who has helped track them down. Have a great Sunday evening!— Sacha Lord (@Sacha_Lord) January 5, 2020