Edwina Bartholomew has wed husband Neil Varcoe in a stunning ceremony on Warramba farm near rural Lithgow, NSW.
The Sunrise presenter and digital media executive exchanged vows in front of friends and family on Saturday April 21 at the 1980s farmhouse they lovingly restored.
Bartholomew wore a vintage dress which has been worn by three generations of her family, including her much-loved Grandmother in 1944. The gown was altered by Melbourne couturier Sonia Cappellazzo, of Cappellazzo Couture.
The 34-year-old previously revealed to WHO that the dress was not made by a designer, but described the gown as "an old dress, vintage, country romantic.”
The veil was given to her Great Grandmother by her sister for her wedding in 1915.
“It’s so wonderful to be able to share our wedding photos with all of our wonderful Sunrise viewers, Bartholomew told WHO on her wedding day.
"Everyone has been so kind since we announced our engagement last April. We have felt very loved.”
The Channel 7 journalist and Varcoe, 36, became engaged in April 2017 after six years of dating.
"I think he was waiting for an opening in the diary when we were both alone before he proposed,"Bartholomew told WHO earlier this year.
“We had to wait until we were organised enough for him to do it. It just came down to timing.”
The media personality and her guests have also shared images of the farm where the wedding has taken place:
This article originally appeared on WHO