Bachelorette couple Georgia Love, 32, and Lee Elliott, 39, tied the knot on Friday, after being forced to cancel their wedding in Italy last year due to the pandemic.
The reality TV lovebirds from the 2016 season, said ‘I Do’ at the picturesque Frogmore Creek Winery, just 20 minutes outside of Hobart’s city centre, followed by an outdoor reception at the Shene Distillery.
Stunning photos reveal the moment an emotional Georgia walked down the aisle in a custom couture gown by Australian designer Jason Grech, before passionately locking lips with Lee, who donned a white tuxedo jacket and bow tie by YSG Tailors.
Two custom couture gowns, double decker buses, a Tasmanian vineyard setting and reception: An intimate look at Bachelorette couple Georgia Love and Lee Elliott’s wedding on Friday. Pictured: The bride, 32, with her father Chris Love
Georgia looked every inch the blushing bride in the strapless gown, which featured a plunging neckline, a classic A-line skirt and a long train.
Also sporting a traditional veil, the journalist’s signature brunette locks were styled elegantly at the nape of the neck, with a centre parting and tendrils framing her face.
Georgia’s makeup was flawless, consisting of defined brows, lashings of mascara, a soft smoky eye and a nude lip, allowing her natural beauty to shine through.
Simply stunning: Georgia looked every inch the blushing bride in the strapless gown by Australian designer Jason Grech, as she walked down the aisle
Dapper groom: Lee, 39, donned a white tuxedo jacket, a black bow tie, a crisp white dress shirt and tailored black trousers by YSG Tailors. Black dress shoes finished off the ensemble
Newlyweds! The bride and groom were understandably elated and warmly embraced in the stunning setting
Locking lips: Georgia and Lee passionately locked lips, surrounded by friends and family
The journalist later changed into a fun and flirty dress, also by Jason Grech, for the reception.
Georgia’s dress featured a bust with intricate beading detail and a tulle skirt that flowed just past her knee.
In the caption of one of the designer’s posts, the bride commented: ‘The dress(es) of my dreams. Love you so much Jase.’
Dressed perfectly for the occasion: Bridesmaids wore form-fitted, classic strapless black gowns with black strappy heels (left). Father of the bride Chris Love (right) cut a suave figure
Creating memories: The couple, joined by the bridesmaids and groomsmen, happily posed for photos
Emotional: An elated Georgia could not hide her joy. At one stage she appeared to wipe away happy tears
Blooms: Like Georgia, the bridesmaids held onto bunches of white florals
Lee matched his white tuxedo jacket and black bow tie with a crisp white dress shirt, tailored black trousers and black dress shoes.
The plumber and reality TV personality was pictured embracing and passionately locking lips with Georgia, the newlyweds understandably overcome with emotion.
At one stage, Lee looked to be wiping away tears as he held hands with Georgia, and mingled with the bridal party.
In awe: Commenting on one of the designer’s Instagram posts, Georgia revealed they were her ‘dream dress(es)’. The gown for the ceremony (pictured left and right) featured a long train
Gorgeous: Designer Jason Grech (pictured) designed a fun and flirty gown for the reception (pictured), which featured intricate bead detail at the bust and flowing tulle
For the album: The bride and groom happily posed for photos with guests. Georgia’s gown also featured a daring thigh split. She held onto a glass of Aperol Spritz
Unique flair: Guests headed to the reception on red double-decker buses. Floral arrangements took on white and blush tones
The bridesmaids wore form-fitted, strapless black gowns and black strappy heels, and like Georgia, held a statement bunch of white roses.
Frogmore Creek Winery certainly provided a picturesque setting, with stunning views of the sprawling mountains in the background.
White chairs adorned the lawn, with pink and white floral arrangements placed on the ground alongside every second row.
Adding a unique flair, guests arrived for the ceremony on London-style red double-decker buses.
Venue: The reception was held at Shene Distillery, offering picturesque views (pictured left and right) after the ceremony held at Frogmore Creek Winery in Hobart
All the little details: A guest captured the wedding decor on her Instagram Stories including her place card
Busting a few moves: Georgia let loose after the ceremony, showing off her dance moves
Ecstatic: Guests happily cheered on the newlyweds as they celebrated tying the knot
The evening reception was held at Shene Distillery, with Shene Estate hosting limited bespoke wedding ceremonies each year at the historic property.
Photos saw guests dining on delicacies such as sourdough bread with sesame butter, octopus, wallaby tartare with wattleseed and macadamia, and grilled quail with pear jus and walnuts.
The newlyweds let loose at the celebrations, with Georgia twerking to hip-hop music.
Both Lee and Georgia dropped it low as they danced to Kanye West’s Gold Digger, performed by their wedding band, while holding a cocktail in one hand.
In the moment: For the reception, Georgia, who changed into a fun and flirty Jason Grech design, performed a dance with Lee
Bride and groom: Guests were overcome with emotion as they captured the dance on camera
What a move! Lee gazed adoringly at his wife as they performed an impressive dance move
Later in the evening, they performed a dance number to Robbie Williams’ Angels, that ended with Georgia leaping into Lee’s arms and being lifted up into the air.
The couple was due to marry in Italy last year, but were forced to cancel their wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sharing a photo of herself as a little girl dressed up as a bride on Instagram on Friday, Georgia admitted her wedding day had been a long time coming.
‘I don’t know what you’re talking about, I totally wasn’t one of those girls who started planning her wedding at age five… LET’S DO THIS!!!’ she captioned the post.
Meanwhile, Lee shared a photo of himself as a little boy in a white suit and wrote: ‘I started trialing suits for this very day quite some time ago now just to make sure it’s perfect!’
How cute: The couple, who were due to marry in Italy last year but were forced to cancel their wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic, shared adorable throwback photos (pictured left and right) to Instagram on Friday of themselves as children dressed in wedding attire
Going the distance: Georgia chose Lee as her winning suitor on the 2016 season of Channel Ten’s The Bachelorette (pictured)