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Courtney & Todd – The Celebration

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It’s time for Part Two of Courtney and Todd’s Blue Mountains wedding! Captured by Janine Kaye Photography, the couple had a beautiful Australian feel to their wedding.

The ceremony was held at St Peter’s Church on the Great Western Highway in Mount Victoria.

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Courtney walked down the aisle to a song she’d written played by her brother and Todd’s sister. As each bridesmaid entered and walked to the top of the aisle, they joined in with their instrument. By the time Courtney walked down the aisle, she had her own mini orchestra playing!

Each of Courtney’s bridesmaids wore a wrist corsage to match the sash (made by Todd’s mother) on their gown (by Veronika Maine).

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Courtney and Todd held their reception at Victoria & Albert Guesthouse, they loved the gorgeous gardens and charm of the venue and the onsite accommodation allowed guests to stay overnight.

The cake was designed by Inspired By Michelle who worked off the couple’s wedding invitation. It was decorated with fondant gumnuts and gum leaves.

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Thank you Courtney & Todd for sharing your beautiful wedding day with Polka Dot Bride and thank you to Janine of Janine Kaye Photography for sending me all the wonderful details!

Photos by Janine Kaye Photography

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