Dimity Winch and Brendan Mellington were married on March 10, 2012, at St Augustine's Anglican Church in Shepparton.February 4, 2013 11:25am
"My heart melted when I first saw my three sons - Ashton, 3, Lennix and Naite, 1 1/2 years old, dressed in their little suits," Dimity said.
"Walking down the aisle and seeing the look on my husband's face was incredible. The whole day was absolutely amazing; we had the time of our lives and enjoyed every moment of it. One of the highlights was we surprised our guests with our wedding dance; we had private lessons at Excell Dance Studio with Peter Garner and learned a Tango routine to Shakira - Obsession Tango, it was so much fun!"
Groom’s parents: Pat and Judy Mellington
Service: St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Shepparton
Reception: Cellar 47, Shepparton
Photographer: Glam Photography, Shepparton
Bride’s dress: Michele’s Bridal and Formal Wear, Shepparton
Bridesmaids’ dresses: Natasha Millani
Suits: Man to Man, Shepparton
Shirts and vests: Talisman Menswear, Mooroopna
Flowers: Avonlea Flowers, Murchison
Dimity made her own and the bridesmaids’ bouquets
Cake: Cill’s Creative Cakes, Shepparton
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