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When Lizzie and Ben (see more of their wedding on Polka Dot Bride) married in the Yarra Valley, it was the littlest members of the bridal party who stole the show. Ben recalls “The flower girls were pretty funny! Two got stage fright a few steps out of the barn one bolted left one bolted right (the page boys tried to round them all up but didn’t have much luck) and the other two happily pranced down the aisle. It was hilarious to watch!”

Photos by Kirralee Ashworth

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Groom Style – James

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When Claire and James got married (see more on Polka Dot Bride here) they opted for a romantic, vintage theme. So it seems only fitting that groom James chose a vintage suit for his wedding day.

Bride Claire explains “James’ suit was a gorgeous vintage brown woollen pinstripe, which he wore with a cream cravat and vintage gold tie clip I had bought for him as a gift. It’s his absolute favourite suit. He has worn it many times before, and will wear it many times again – so it already has lots of wonderful memories. The groomsmen wore grey suits and vintage brown-tone ties, and they all wore blue shirts. This was completely James’ domain – I left their outfits up to the boys, and I think they all looked very dapper.”

Photos by Lauren Wellington

When and Marc and Melissa married in Brisbane (see more of their photographs here), the day was full of emotion. Tears,m yes, but plenty fo laughter.

Today, Marc shares his most memorable moment of his wedding day.

“Apart from seeing my gorgeous wife-to-be for the first time in her wedding dress, I would have to say a memorable moment for me would be our vows. I had written my own vows and had read them over and over again and was fairly confident I could deliver them well. I got to the last line in which I was meant to say “I am so proud to have you as my wife” however I accidentally called her my husband instead! Everyone burst out laughing which was an entertaining way to end my vows.”

Photos by Adam Finch of Studio Impressions