Jessica Murray and Duncan Moodie were married on April 28, 2012, at the Olivehouse Restaurant in Kialla West.January 22, 2013 12:02pm
"Seeing Duncan at the alter was so calming, I was pretty nervous walking down the aisle and it was so nice to see him there with a big smile on his face," Jessica said.
"We had a morning wedding and a lunch reception which really suited us, it was really relaxed."
Bride’s parents: Ken and Theresa Murray
Groom’s parents: Sue Rogers and Chris Moodie
Service and reception: Olivehouse Restaurant, Kialla West
Photographer: Meaghan Cook Photography
Bride’s dress: Baccini and Hill
Bridesmaids’ dresses: Bariano
Suits: Country Road
Flowers: Simply Stems, Shepparton
Cake: Davey’s Cakes, Shepparton
Hair: Gloss Hair and Beauty, Shepparton
Make-up: Asthetique Skin Care, Shepparton
Invitations: Paw print creations
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