Sheree Barnett and Kevin Byrne were married on October 6, 2012, at Moama on the Murray Resort.December 11, 2012 3:58pm
"Seeing Kevin’s face as I walked down the aisle was priceless," Sheree said.
Bride’s parents: Marlene and Charlie Barnett
Groom’s parents: Thomas Byrne and Patricia Legassick
Service: Jennafer Whelan
Reception: Moama On The Murray Resort
Honeymoon: Extended their stay at Moama On The Murray Resort
Photographer: Leanne Whitely Photography, Moama
Bride’s dress: Heather Sellick
Bridesmaids’ dresses: Online
Suits: Formal Wear Express
Flowers: Three M’s Fashion Jewellery, Rushworth
Cake: Tracy’s Cakes, Echuca
Hair: Shine Hairoom, Echuca
Makeup: Beauty Lodge, Echuca
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