GALLERY: Look who tied the knot Dec. 5, 2013, 3:04 p.m. BORDER brides and grooms. GALLERY: Look who tied the knot Click or flick across to meet the Border's latest newlyweds. TENILLE Braidwood wore a Roz la Kelin-designed gown and was given away by her mother when she married Timothy Koistinen in a service held at All Saints Estate, Wahgunyah. The reception was also held at this venue. Tenille is the only daughter of Annette Braidwood, of Albury, and Timothy is the eldest son of Jorma and Kathleen Koistinen, of Gisborne. When the couple return from their honeymoon in Europe and Koh Samui, they will live in Melbourne. Picture: SIMON DALLINGER PHOTOGRAPHYTHE bridal party for Rebecca Mullavey and Brett Rice was led by their daughter Olivia. The couple exchanged their wedding vows in the gardens of Rydges Albury with the reception at the same venue. Rebecca was given away by her father; she is the youngest daughter of Rod and Jenny Mullavey, of North Albury, and Brett is the youngest son of Judith and Toni Rice, of Geraldton, WA. The couple will return to Thurgoona after their honeymoon on a cruise to Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Picture: IMAGE CATCHERSKATHERINE Allen was given away by her father when she married Cameron Gilcrist in a service held at St Matthew’s Anglican Church Albury, followed by a reception at Thurgoona Golf Club. The bride is the youngest daughter of Vicki and Steve Allen, of Tallangatta, and the groom is the middle child of Nola and Mark Gilcrist, of Seaford. Katherine and Cameron will honeymoon in Thailand, then return to Tallangatta. Picture: McCORMACK PHOTOGRAPHYPEREGRINES at Table Top Mountain was the setting for the wedding of Kylie Blewett and Adrian Chanell. Kylie, who was given away by her father, is the daughter of Gary and Sue Blewett, of Bruarong, and Adrian is the son of David and Carol Chanell, from Wellington, England. The celebrations continued at the same venue where guests enjoyed the reception. Picture: BRIONY @ HARDINGE PHOTOGRAPHYDURING the bride’s birthday celebrations a surprise wedding ceremony was held with Margaret Hemann and Adrian Fury exchanging their wedding vows in the presence of friends and family. Margaret was given away by her grandson Miles Hemann. The celebrations were held at Huon Hill and Margaret and Adrian will enjoy their honeymoon in Phuket. They will live in North Albury. Picture: TIM PETTSLAUREN Torocsik wore her great-grandmother’s brooch when she married Jason Musil in a service at St Matthew’s Church, Albury. Lauren, who was given away by her mother and step-father, is the only daughter of Kaye and George (dec) Torocsik and step-daughter of Mark Dando, of Wodonga, and Jason is the eldest son of Linda and Paul Musil, of Batemans Bay. The reception was held at Orange Grove Gardens. They honeymooned in Vanuatu and will live in Albury. Picture: BRIONY @ HARDINGE PHOTOGRAPHYPFEIFFER winery at Wahgunyah was the setting for the wedding ceremony of Kathleen Rogers and David Noble. The bride arrived in her parents’ 1950 Citroen while the groom came by helicopter. Kathleen is the youngest daughter of Barry and Sandra Rogers, of Chiltern, and the groom is the eldest son of Mark and Jane Noble, of Glen Alpine. The reception was at Tuileries. The newlyweds will live at St Helens Park after their honeymoon in London, Paris and Singapore. Picture: ESPLANA DIGITAL IMAGINGTHE wedding ceremony of Alishya Purss and Jae Druett was held at St Matthew’s Anglican Church in Albury where the bride was given away by her loving aunty Madhu. The bride is the only daughter of Bill (dec) and Chitra Purss, of Albury, and the groom is the youngest son of Allan and Sue Druett, of Forster. The reception was enjoyed by all at the Albury Manor House. Alishya and Jae will live in Sydney. Picture: ALL SAINTS PHOTOGRAPHY ALBURY TweetFacebook of ╳exitClick or flick across for more photos of Border brides and grooms.