Rachel Webb had no idea that when she booked her car in for a service that she would meet the love of her life.
Rachel and Greg Smith began dating after Greg worked on Rachel’s car every second weekend for months.
Greg proposed to Rachel on one knee at her parent’s house in Sydney in May, 2015.
Rachel and Greg were married at Bivianos Wedding and Event Centre in Dural in front of 50 guests.
Guests enjoyed a formal sit-down lunch after canapés at the location’s gardens.
Rachel, the daughter of Andrew and Elizabeth Webb of Rouse Hill, wore a flowing Mystique organza A-line gown with corded Alencon lace bodice, a glittering Swarovski grosgrain belt and lace-up back.
She carried a bouquet of champagne roses with ivory freesias and lavender as she was walked down the aisle by her father.
Rachel was attended to by her bridesmaids, her sisters Hannah and Chloe, who wore navy blue Paco floor-length gowns with a sheer neckline.
Flowergirl Charlotte was the first girl that Rachel was nanny for in 2007 and she wore an ivory lace dress with navy ribbon belt.
Greg, the son of Bruce and Judy Smith of Cootamundra, was joined by groomsmen, his best mates from TAFE, Chris Hamel and Aaron Atkinson.
Greg’s nephew, Tyson Smith, was the pageboy.
Rachel and Greg honeymooned in Port Macquarie for five days and spent the mornings watching the sunrise, the sunsets cruising the waters and the days playing golf, kayaking and dolphin watching.
Rachel, a nanny and author, and Greg, a mechanic, have made their home in Wagga.
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