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Bride wed in denim

Louise Simpson and Ross Braddock say “I do”.
Louise Simpson and Ross Braddock say “I do”. KELLIE BLINCO PHOTOGRAPHY

LOUISE Simpson and Ross Braddock were married on March 24 at Louise's parents' property at Calliope.

The ceremony and reception where both held at the property.

The reception was in a white marquee with a rustic/Australian-style and decorations.

Louise had her unique denim dress made by Sat'n'Spurs, from Colorado in the US, which complemented the couple's rustic/country styling.

Louise went to great lengths to hand make many of the decorations and features, including her bouquet made from brooches.

The wedding arch was built by Louise and her dad out of old logs found around their property.

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