AUSTRALIAN bride Michelle Ritchie has revealed her new wedding plan to be “happy and healthy” as she prepared for her nuptials with fiance Nadal.
Michelle Riano was married to Nadal in April after years of courtship.
She and Nadal are expected to celebrate their wedding on Saturday.
Ms Ritchie said she was “happy” with the new plan, which includes a “fantastic” breakfast at home with “just the two of us”.
She said she would have “great fun” in the reception, which will feature a cocktail reception and the “biggest party” of her life, “where the bride and groom get married”.
“I’m so excited, I’ve never been happier,” she said.
Ms Kavanagh, who has been married to her husband for seven years, said they had a “lovely” reception, with guests including Mr Kavanag, a doctor, and Ms Kavannagh’s “family”.
“We’ve got a lovely reception with a lot of laughter, a lot more fun,” she joked.
“The biggest party is in my family, so I’m hoping it’s going to be a really good family day.”
The couple, who are planning to spend their honeymoon in Sydney, will celebrate their nuptial on Saturday with a cocktail party.
“It’s just a perfect wedding day for me,” Ms Riano said.
“I’ve been looking forward to it since I first got married and it’s such an honour.”
She said her plan had been shaped by her experiences with mental health issues, which she had overcome.
“In terms of the wedding day itself, I really have to say that I’m so happy and healthy,” she told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“Everything is in place and I’m ready for the reception and for the whole wedding day.”
Michelle Ricky plans to spend her honeymoon at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
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It’s been so great.
“We are very proud of the way we’ve all worked together to make this happen and that’s a really special thing.” “
Michelle Kavanach and Nadald Kavanaga, the groom’s parents, are planning a “big family” dinner on Saturday, the couple’s first anniversary. “
We are very proud of the way we’ve all worked together to make this happen and that’s a really special thing.”
Michelle Kavanach and Nadald Kavanaga, the groom’s parents, are planning a “big family” dinner on Saturday, the couple’s first anniversary.
The wedding is being attended by several hundred people, including the groom, his father and his mother, with the wedding party coming from across the country.
Ms Pascual said she planned to “celebrate the good things” about the wedding, including that it would be attended by “family, friends and the community”.
“It was a great celebration and a great family reunion,” she added.
“There will be lots of laughter and lots of hugs and lots and lots hugs and the kids will be on their feet and the big family dinner and the celebrations and the dance and everything.”
Ms Pasi said she had been encouraged by the response to her plan.
“Everyone has been so welcoming and really supportive and so excited and I really hope we’ll all get to experience this one of a kind wedding and celebrate together,” she explained.
“But, at the end of the day, it’s a happy and joyful wedding day and I can’t wait to celebrate it with everyone and everyone.”
The wedding will take place on Saturday at the Grand Hotel in Melbourne.
The reception will include “a great cocktail reception”, with “the best of Australian and New Zealand cuisine and drinks”, and a “fun night out” including “a night out with the band, dancing, a great DJ and a big party”.
A family wedding, hosted by Ms Pasil and her mother, will also be held at the Hilton hotel in Melbourne’s CBD.
“Our family wedding will be held on Saturday afternoon in the beautiful Grand Hotel at the Melbourne Cricket Ground,” she wrote on Facebook.
Hope to see you there.”