Christie and Greg

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Christie and Greg

Today’s newlyweds Christie and Greg had a gorgeous traditional spring country wedding.

Both actors (Christie is currently playing Kirsty in Australian show Home & Away), the couple met onstage and started dating two weeks later. Greg knew Christie was the one straight away and proposed six weeks later with a ring, featuring an heirloom diamond belonging to his grandmother.

The couple held their wedding in the NSW Southern Highlands at the Sylvan Country House and Golf Course in Penrose.

Photographs today are by SugarLove Weddings

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Christie wore a wedding gown by Steven Khalil. Staying true to her personality, Christie wanted a disheveled look to her gown while remaining sexy and glamorous. The gown (with a two and half metre long train) was made from double-silk crepe and overlaid in silk tulle. The gown was adorned with hand embroidered silk flowers and ostrich feathers. Christie also wore a three and a half metre veil.

Christie wore Jan Logan pearl bracelets

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Christie’s bridesmaids wore champagne silk gowns with chocolate sashes from Bewitch Fashions (02 9223 5668).

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Planners Staging Connections worked with florist Lyndal Kennedy to fill the venue with roses.

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Just married!

Check back this afternoon for Christie and Greg’s rose filled reception!

Photos by SugarLove Weddings, information via Bride To Be magazine.


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