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THE picture-perfect setting of Gypsy Gardens was chosen by Nicole Harrington and Joshua Vigar for their wedding celebrations. The reception was held at the same venue. The bride was given away by her father; she is the daughter of Glen and Ruth Harrington, of Tamworth, and Joshua is the son of Rod and Belinda Vigar, of Lavington. Nicole and Joshua will live at Broken Hill. Picture: SIMON DALLINGER PHOTOGRAPHY
CAROL Page and Paul Niven took their wedding vows in a service held at St David’s Uniting Church in Albury. The bride was given away by Jake Page; she is the middle daughter of Billie Bales, of Wodonga, and the groom is the youngest son of Patricia and Rex Niven, of Tara, Queensland. The celebrations continued in the Steamers Room at Wodonga’s Birallee Tavern, where the reception was held. Carol and Paul will live in Wodonga and will take their honeymoon at a later date. Picture: MICHELLE LEAH PHOTOGRAPHY
JODIE Lappin wore her late mother’s ruby ring sewn into her gown near her heart when she married Andrew Schupina on the lawns of Peregrines at Table Top. The groom made all the red box bench seats and the metal arch under which the couple were married. Jodie is the youngest daughter of Gavin Lappin and the late Kayleene Lappin, formerly of Wodonga, and Andrew is the eldest son of Paul and Jill Schupina, of Wodonga. The newlyweds will live in Wodonga on return from their honeymoon in Vanuatu. The reception was also held at Peregrines. Picture: McCORMACK PHOTOGRAPHY
FRIENDS and family travelled from across Australia and Britain to attend the wedding celebrations of Caitlin Hardidge and Llywellyn Moore. The ceremony was held at St Patrick’s Church Albury, the same church that the bride’s parents and grandparents were married in. The men wore kilts made from their family’s tartan. Caitlin is the only daughter of Mark and Maureen Hardidge, of Tawonga, and Llywellyn is the son of Karen and Gareth Moore, of Jimbooma, and Amber and Kelvin Fredericks, from Britain. The reception was held at Annapurna Estate Winery at Mount Beauty. Picture: BRIONY @ HARDINGE PHOTOGRAPHY
GUESTS travelled from Canberra, Albury-Wodonga and Melbourne to celebrate the marriage of Rosemary Legat and Paul Stebbings. The ceremony and reception took place on the Victoria Star (former Sydney ferry) cruising Port Phillip Bay. The guests were greeted on board by the groom where there was music playing and people chatting. It was time to leave the dock but still no sign of the bride. However, as the ferry cruised slowly away from the mooring a water taxi came alongside to bring the bride and her three flower girls on board. All arrived safely to the cheer of the guests and the relief of the groom. Picture: PHOTOS BY JULY
REBECCA Stenhouse wore a Henry Roth of New York designed gown when she married Anthony Jeffery. The couple exchanged their wedding vows in a ceremony held at Elizabethan Lodge in Blackburn, Melbourne, where the reception was also held. The bride, who was given away by her father, is the youngest daughter of Narelle and Dave Conway, of Geelong, and Vic Stenhouse, of Lavington, and the groom is the eldest son of Jackie and Colin Jeffery, of Dandenong, Melbourne. Rebecca and Anthony will live in Melbourne after enjoying their honeymoon to the Whitsunday Islands. Picture: DESTINY PHOTOGRAPHY, MELBOURNE
STEVEN Mulloy was surprised when Amelia Burnham arrived for their wedding in his fishing boat. Friends and family then attended the ceremony at Lake Hume, where Amelia was given away by her father, followed by the reception at Lake Hume Resort. Amelia is the only daughter of Bob and Belle Burnham, of Bundanoon in NSW, and Steven is the eldest son of Wayne and Gail Mulloy, of Lavington. The newlyweds honeymooned at Eden, then return to Lavington. Picture: ZEZE PHOTOGRAPHY
Wedding season is just firing up again and we're kicking off with some stunning photos.
Click or flick across in the gallery above to find out who's tied the knot this month.