Martha gets married

Member for Ripon Martha Haylett married Sam Lynch at Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens in Beaufort on Saturday 7 October – surrounded by 140 of their family and friends.

The ceremony was held in the garden, before guests enjoyed canapés overlooking Mount Cole, and dinner in an old woolshed with local wines from the Blue Pyrenees Estate in Avoca.

The bride wore a satin silk gown from Anna Campbell Bridal – an Australian designer born and bred in Smeaton, Victoria.

The groom wore a brown three-piece Samuel Diamond suit.

Martha’s three nephews and family friend were her flower boys and girl.

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The newlyweds will enjoy a week at the beach for their honeymoon, before returning to parliamentary duties.

Martha’s Electorate Office will remain open and available for constituents during the MP’s short break.

“It was a beautiful, relaxed country wedding surrounded by our dear friends and family.”

“The day felt like a dream,” Ms Haylett said.


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