Buckleff lay in the black coffin with the lid closed as she was pulled along by a motorcycle in honour of her brother, a motorcycle enthusiast.
Jenny, who works in customer service department of a sport betting site, BET365 said: “I just wanted to do something a little bit different!
“I almost didn’t tell Chris but in the end I spilled the beans about three weeks before.
“He was a bit surprised but he said as long as I was happy he would go with the flow.
“What more could I ask for from a new husband?!”
According to Irish Mirror, the bride, a former funeral parlour worker and qualified embalmer, was driven to Llangefni registry office by her sister-in-law, Hayley Buckleff, who pulled the coffin behind a VW Trike.
It was learnt that the black coffin, which was adorned with a grim reaper was given to her brother, Roger, by his daughter.
She said, “It’s definitely different. Instead of turning up in a horse-drawn cart, I thought I’m going to turn up in a coffin.
“The groom was a little shocked when I told him my plans, but he just went with the flow.
“The best man didn’t know until the day. A lot of people didn’t know.”
Buckleff and her husband met six months ago and decided to tie the knots in Wales near her brother’s house where he he suffered a heart attack last year and was too ill to travel.
She added, “I don’t normally dress like this and I’m not a goth at all.
“I work for Bet365, so you have to be well presented and I’m normally very smart.
“But my brother is different. He’s covered in tattoos so for once he looked the part.
“My brother and I are very close so it was nice to be able to do something to honour him and do something a bit different.
“He loved it and said it made his day.”
The groom who is a lorry driver said, “She kept it from me for a bit, but then it slipped out. It was different, but if that’s what she wants to do then that’s fine.
“When we first met in The Victoria on the Square in Hanley, I gave her my number. But I was so drunk, I gave her the wrong number and kept going back to the pub week after week, waiting for her to come back in.
“It was maybe four or five weeks until we met again and it went from there. It was love at first sight. I proposed around Christmas. I was out shopping for presents when I saw a jeweller’s and I thought, ‘why not?’ It wasn’t planned.”
The pair have five children from previous marriages and they were all there, alongside the groom’s ex-wife, to witness the event.
Buckleff’s 27-year-old daughter, Jade Meads, said, “The coffin was a bit strange, but my mum is never normal. I thought she was joking at first.”
The bride’s 46-year-old sister-in law, Hayley Buckleff pulled her into the venue on a VW Trike to the shock of the guests.
She said, “My husband has always been interested in skulls and skeletons. The house is full of ornaments like that, and he’s covered head to toe in tattoos.
“The coffin was bought as a present, so he turned it into a trailer.
“When we go away on bike rides, we use it to put all our camping gear in. We get an awful lot of looks when we go out with it. It’s unique.”
See photos from the memorable event below. (Click on any image to enlarge).