GALLERY: I do, I do, I do! March 21, 2014, 7:35 a.m. THIS week's Border weddings brought to you. GALLERY: I do, I do, I do! FRIENDS travelled from Mackay to join in the wedding celebrations of Mekalie Zimmer and Paul Tait. The bride was given away by her father in a ceremony held at St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Albury, followed by the reception at Lavington Panthers. Mekalie is the daughter of David and Susan Zimmer of Lavington and Paul is the son of Mark and Chris Tait of East Albury. After a honeymoon in Singapore, the newlyweds will live in Queensland. — Simon Dallinger PhotographyRIENDS and family gathered on the family property at Tallandoon to attend the wedding ceremony of Tamara Jankowksi and Jason Berkhout. Tamara was given away by her parents; she is the eldest daughter of Charlie and Laurel of Lavington and Jason is the eldest son of Joe Berkhout and Wendy Whitten. The reception followed at the Kinross Woolshed. The couple will honeymoon on the Gold Coast. — Diana NicholsonLEANNE Pausic wore a Maggie Sottero gown and was given away by her father for her marriage to Adam Phillips which took place at St Augustine’s Catholic Church in Wodonga. The bride is the eldest daughter of Joe Pausic and Rosemary Simmons of Greensborough and the groom is the eldest son of Brian and Debbie Phillips of Wodonga. The celebrations continued at Gypsy Gardens where the reception was held. Leanne and Adam will enjoy their honeymoon in Las Vegas. — Simon Dallinger PhotographyMIRANDA Cousins and Nick Heather exchanged their wedding vows in the presence of family and friends at Peregrines Function Centre, Table Top. The reception was enjoyed by all at the same venue. The bride, who was give away by her father, is the eldest daughter of Anne and David Cousins of North Balwyn and the groom is the middle son of Judy Heather of Yarrawonga and Murray Heather of Yarrawonga. Miranda and Nick will make their future home at Wangaratta. — Simon Dallinger PhotographyTweetFacebook of ╳exitClick or flick across for this week's Border weddings.