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Demi & Braden

Braden Herrmann and Demi Marston

A Yorke Peninsula sunset set the backdrop for Braden Herrmann’s proposal to Demi Marston earlier this year.

The pair, who met on New Years Eve in 2015, were engaged in February by the jetty at Moonta beach.

The couple was married in front of family and friends on August 20 at Lake Breeze Winery at Langhorne Creek, with long-time family friend Dianne Dawson officiating the marriage.

“As Braden is a Mallee cereal farmer, August was the best time for us to get married,” Demi says.

“We had the most perfect day for weather.

“It was windy leading up, but the day was still, warm, sunny and just stunning!”

The couple’s favourite moment of the day was walking back down the aisle in front of their family and friends as husband and wife.

Married at Lake Breeze Winery
Photographer: Jacob Jennings Photography
Flowers: The Flower Hunt
Dress: Luv Bridal
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