Troy, Lee say I do in style

FRIDAY 6 November was a wonderful day with a perfect setting where Reverend Ineke Gyles married Lee Kitchin, second daughter of Trevor and Kerry Kitchin of Pakenham, to Troy Morrison the second son of Barry and Barb Morrison of Officer.
Lee wore a white strapless dress with a long ruffled train, featuring blue and crystal beading over the bodice and around the hemline. Lee’s long crystal drop earrings were complemented by the crystal beads over her short veil. She carried a bouquet of 25 long-stem rich red roses.
The bridesmaids were Lee’s sister, Kelly Varty, and her friends, Sue Fenn – Dinnie and Donna Marsh. They wore matching long flowing charcoal dresses with a satin charcoal sash.
Their flowers were very vibrant long-stemmed roses with each carrying a different colour of orange, yellow and pink.
Lee’s mother Kerry arranged all the flowers.
Troy’s bestman was Stuart Ferguson and his brother Brad Morrison and friend Adam Milnes were the groomsmen.
They all looked stunning, wearing black three-piece suits with white shirts.
Troy wore a grey vest and tie to complement his bride.
All boys wore matching button-hole roses which co-ordinated with the bridesmaids.
A three-tiered round fruit cake with a pallet knife finish and highlighted by layers of red roses was made and decorated by Troy’s mother Barb.
All guests, who travelled from as far as New Zealand and Queensland, had a very happy day at Nathania Springs Receptions in Monbulk. The bride and groom honeymooned at Port Douglas and now reside in Pakenham.

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