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Kerin popped the question to Anna on a beach in Bali

So it only made sense that they chose the tropical Indonesian island for their wedding too!
Anna and Kerin met by chance in Townsville. "Kerin had moved to Australia from Zimbabwe and I had just moved to Townsville to escape the cold in Melbourne," remembers the bride. "We met down at the beach on a rainy day and the rest is history." Even though the couple were planning a destination wedding, they found the process stress-free. "Getting married overseas was both good and bad. It was good in the sense that we didn't get too hung up on things as we couldn't see them or meet with people. This was also a downfall though, as we couldn't see locations, flowers or meet celebrants until the wedding," Anna explains. "It was a surprise on the day. We did have a wedding planner who organised things for us so we just put our trust in her."

The theme of Anna and Kerin's big day was beachy, boho and barefoot. "We wanted a casual day," says Anna. "I think sometimes brides can get too hung up about little things but at the end of the day if you and your future husband are there with some of your favourite people, then it's going to be great. Our main aim was for people to have fun." Anna and Kerin were officially hitched with a casual ceremony in which their celebrant shared the story of how the couple met and what they love about one another. Their alfresco reception was equally relaxed. "It was all outdoors and it didn't rain, which was great! We were seated under a big beautiful Balinese statue and there was a lit-up pool with fountains in front of us."

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