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"Only a girl from the country can understand its true beauty." 
The rural bride is a blog that celebrates the incredible suppliers and venues that the country can offer its rural based couples! It is so important to support rural communities in Australia!
Article on Marry Me Annie 28/04/16: "The other side of the alter" x

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Annie in an Article in the Daily Telegraph: Bridal bells ring out softly
By Ella Smith,  Dec. 18, 2015, 5:17 p.m.

" From the back paddocks of Lockhart to the canola crops of Cootamundra, more and more locals are becoming certified marriage celebrants to cash in on the fast-changing face of traditional weddings.
Near gone are the days of frou-frou frocks and hours-on-end hymns as couples – in all shapes, sex and sizes – turn their back on a traditional wedding. The majority of celebrants are former teachers or retired professionals, but young Annie Scott is bucking all the trends. Miss Scott grew up on the family farm in Cootamundra and moved to big-smoke Sydney where she works full-time in her dream job. While working as a customer logistics planner at GrainCorp’s head office, Miss Scott finally scratched her itch to start a small business that allowed for opportunity both in the city and country.  The 26-year-old opened her business, Marry Me Annie, and already has seven bookings for the coming year, from Watsons Bay, Walgett and Warren to Yass, Nowra and Adelaide – a tally that is likely to rise under the growing trend to use celebrants..."
View full article here.

May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind always be at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face, and rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.
— An Old Irish Blessing
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