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1. STACEY Baker wore a Jillian Franklin-designed gown when she married Brian Holland in a ceremony at the Kinross Woolshed, followed by a reception at the same venue. The bride, who was given away by her father, is the eldest daughter of Phil and Jenny Baker, of Urana, and the groom is the eldest son of Allan and Cheryl Holland, of Tarrawingee. Stacey and Brian will honeymoon in South Africa, then return to live in Albury. — Simon Dallinger Photography
3. GUESTS travelled from the Gold Coast, Tasmania, Adelaide, Bathurst and Nowra to the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses at Springdale Heights for the wedding of Melissa Slager and Jose Mueller. Melissa wore a Stella York gown and the bridal party arrived in 1966 Valiants. The bride, who was given away by her father, is the youngest daughter of Ron and Lee Slager, of Thurgoona, and the groom is the eldest son of Dick and Julie Mueller, of Wodonga. After a reception at Vintara Winery, Rutherglen, the newlyweds left for a honeymoon at Tathra. They will live at Bonegilla. — Simon Dallinger Photography
2. THE family farm at Dederang was chosen for the wedding and reception of Tara Quast and Christepher Carrigan. Tara wore a Grace Loves Lace gown and she was given away by her father as the couple exchanged vows in the presence of friends and family. The bride is the second daughter of Stephen and Lynda Quast, of Dederang, and the groom is the eldest son of Robyn Klaer and Allan Carrigan, of Townsville. — Jenever Photography