Steven Debritt and Rachael Dale grew up in the same town.
He eventually got down on one knee to propose under a big tree while they were holidaying in Bright.
The couple were later married at the Christ Anglican Church in Beechworth in front of 80 guests.
Guests from Henty, Darwin, Melbourne, Scone, Newcastle, Bathurst, Albury and Harden enjoyed a three-course meal at the reception at the Commercial Club in Albury.
Rachael, the youngest daughter of Warren and Deanne Dale from Henty, wore a princess-style dress with diamantes on the top half of the gown.
Her long veil also covered her face.
She carried a bouquet of white roses by My Floral Styling as she was walked down the aisle by her father.
Rachael was attended to by bridesmaids, her sisters Courtney Weston and Tamara Dale and university friend Amelia McFarland.
The bridesmaids wore light blue dresses with lace on the top.
The couple’s daughter, Sophie, and nieces Akyrah and Myah were flower girls and looked adorable in their gold sparkly tops.
Steven is the youngest son of Craig and Sue Debritt from Henty.
He was joined by his best man Callum and groomsmen Chad, Daniel and Andrew.
The pageboy was Cooper Livermore.
The couple said the most memorable part of their wedding was the dance they shared with their daughter, Sophie.
They honeymooned on a cruise to Hamilton Island for 11 days.
Rachael, a student, and Steven, a senior train driver, had not yet made up their mind on where they were settling down.
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