Dean Cameron Lobban proposed to Natasha Ellen Sherwood on bended knee while the couple were on holiday in Fiji last year.
They were married at Christ Church in Beechworth in front of 120 guests from across Australia and as far away as Queensland and Western Australia.
Natasha was driven to the ceremony in her late nanna’s car.
Guests enjoyed an afternoon tea followed by a roast dinner and ice-cream bar at the couple’s property “Pleasant View”, Eldorado.
Drinks were served from Dean’s father’s boat, which was filled with ice, and guests enjoyed wedding cake made by Natasha on the morning of the wedding.
Natasha, the eldest daughter of Ian and Trudy Sherwood of Ariah Park, wore a Stella York lace gown in moscato with a full skirt and a veil made by one of the guests.
Bridesmaids Kara Sherwood of Canowindra and Alicia Fairman of West Wyalong wore full length mint green dresses with a pink floral throughout.
Newborn Elsie Fairman was carried down the aisle by her mother, Alicia, as flowergirl.
Dean, the eldest son of Marg and the late Ian Lobban of Brown Plains, Victoria, was joined by groomsmen David Miles of Table Top, Matt McAide of Brisbane and Scott Mason of Ballarat.
Natasha and Dean honeymooned in Merimbula for a week.
Natasha, a freelance journalist at Kilmur Creative and former journalist and sub-editor at The Daily Advertiser, and Dean, a mechanical project engineer at Norske Skog and a farmer, have made their home at “Pleasant View.”