Timothy Wilson proposed to Rebecca Louise King on a horse and carriage ride down the Champs-Elysees with a view of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The couple were later married at St Jude’s Church in Bowral in front of 80 guests from Orange, Wagga, London, Sydney, Central Coast, Western Australia and Melbourne.
Guests enjoyed a three-course dinner at the reception at the Hotel Gibraltar.
Rebecca, the eldest daughter of Jennifer Hughes and Alan King, wore a vintage champagne-coloured lace gown and carried a trailing bouquet of tulips, David Austin roses, tuberose, dahlias and passionfruit vine as she was walked down the aisle by her father.
Rebecca was joined by her bridesmaids Fiona King and Nikki-Anne Wilson, who wore long purple chiffon gowns.
Timothy, the eldest son of Janet and the late Edmund Wilson of Sydney, was joined by Paul McFarlane and Michael Dixon.
Rebecca, an accountant, and Timothy, a project manager, honeymooned in Mossman and Port Douglas for nine nights before returning to their home in Wagga.
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