Wedding season is in full flow so we have taken a look back at the bridal belles of the past who featured in a popular DT contest.
During the 90s glamorous bubble-permed girls competed to be crownedDerbyshire Times Bride of the Year.
Blushing brides who claimed the sought-after honour won a range of top prizes including holidays, cosmetics, cash and discounts on their wedding dress.
In 1990 a stunned Maxine Eddis and husband David Roe had a happy start to married life after winning the title.
Her prize included a wedding dress worth up to £200 from Chesterfield Bridal Rooms.
The 25-year-old deputy tours manager from coach firm Skills said: “It will take a while for it to sink in that I have actually won.”
Beauty therapist Terie Quigley was chosen by judges in 1991. The 24-year-old of Chesterfield beat off 45 contenders and had her big day at Chesterfield’ Crooked Spire.
Her prizes included a washing machine worth £439 and 50 per cent off a wedding gown from Ladyfair. Runners up were Travey Clarke and Lisa Pembleton.
Did you compete or know anyone who did? Let us know.