The Wiggles star Emma Watkins marries fiancé Oliver Brian at intimate ceremony

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The Wiggles star Emma Watkins marries fiancé Oliver Brian at intimate Pride and Prejudice-inspired wedding in the Victorian countryside attended by just 80 guests

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Emma Watkins has walked down the aisle with fiancé Oliver Brian. 

The couple married in an intimate ceremony in the Victorian countryside attended by 80 friends and family on May 1st, with Emma sharing images to Instagram on Monday. 

The 32-year-old stunned in a Paolo Sebastian gown featuring sheer, short sleeves and a retro collar. 

Married! Emma Watkins has walked down the aisle with fiancé Oliver Brian. Both pictured

Married! Emma Watkins has walked down the aisle with fiancé Oliver Brian. Both pictured 

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The dress featured intricate glittering beading and a gathered waist before it flared out to a full skirt. 

Tones of cream and soft pink could be seen throughout the soft, sheer layering and the skirt was floor length. 

The former Yellow Wiggle added a stunning veil adorned with flowers in colours that matched her gown. 

Happy news: The couple married in an intimate ceremony in the Victorian countryside attended by 80 friends and family on May 1st, with Emma sharing images to Instagram on Monday. Pictured on the day they became engaged

Happy news: The couple married in an intimate ceremony in the Victorian countryside attended by 80 friends and family on May 1st, with Emma sharing images to Instagram on Monday. Pictured on the day they became engaged  

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For makeup, she chose romantic pink tones with a peachy lipstick in a matte finish, and wore her hair pulled off her face. 

Oliver, 33, looked dapper in a black tuxedo, white shirt and bowtie, and flowers that complimented Emma’s dress pinned to his lapel. 

The new couple posed for photos in the sweeping countryside, after exchanging vows at a 100 year old estate.   

In her interview with Vogue, Emma explained there was something of a Pride and Prejudice theme to the wedding – inspired by the Jane Austen novel. 

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Theme: In her interview with Vogue , Emma explained there was something of a Pride and Prejudice theme to the wedding - inspired by the Jane Austen novel

Theme: In her interview with Vogue , Emma explained there was something of a Pride and Prejudice theme to the wedding – inspired by the Jane Austen novel

She told the publication that the reception was a sit down lunch and the couple acted as their own emcees. 

The colour palette for the decorations was pink and peach, like Emma’s dress, and there was even a cake for their pet goats.  

Oliver tells Vogue that he was overcome with emotion when he saw his bride walk down the aisle. 

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‘I was basically a mess, I was in shock when Emma got out of the car,’ he told the publication. 

Cute: She told the publication that the reception was a sit down lunch and the couple acted as their own emcees

Cute: She told the publication that the reception was a sit down lunch and the couple acted as their own emcees

‘I was fixated on you the whole way down (the aisle)—when your dad handed you over, it was a very beautiful moment. I was definitely overwhelmed and there were tears,’ he said to Emma. 

The pair shared their first dance to Johann Sebastian Bach’s Sheep May Safely Graze.

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When it comes to her dress, Emma said she wanted ‘soft tulle’ and something that had a ‘ballerina-esque background to it.’

‘I saw his dress I thought, “oh, it has a collar! I was like that’s so me. I’d never seen a dress like that”‘ she said of her Paolo Sebastian gown. 

‘I’m quite eclectic and eccentric—I like colour. I was looking for something fun. When I saw the dress I thought, that is very me.’

She also picked a pair of Roger Vivier flats for her wedding shoes, in a deep plum velvet with rhinestone buckles. 

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