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Sunday Herald Sun

5 February 2006

SAUCY Home and Away star Holly Brisley (above) will wed in Sydney on Saturday.

The blonde beauty will marry marketing executive Paul Ford.

Brisley was in Melbourne this week having the final fitting for her magnificent hand-stitched French beaded lace wedding gown at Prahran design house J'Aton. She will be sewn into the gown on her wedding day by J'Aton team Jacob Luppino and Anthony Pitturino.

Brisley also had a Bergman Beauty Seven Step facial at the Eva Holo House of Beauty in Armadale.

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Soap star Holly ties the knot

Sunday Telegraph

12 February 2006

SOAP vixen Holly Brisley wed marketing executive Paul Ford in a lavish ceremony above Sydney Harbour yesterday afternoon.

The Home And Away starlet tied the knot in front of more than 100 relatives and friends at historic St Patrick's Estate about 4.30pm.

Brisley, 27, and Ford, 35, exchanged vows in the Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel in the grounds of the estate, overlooking Sydney Heads.

The guests, including some of her Home And Away co-stars, went on to an extravagant reception at Fort Denison in the middle of Sydney Harbour.

Brisley was given away by her father, Derrick, a Sunshine Coast property developer, while her mum, Debbie, shed tears of joy as the couple exchanged vows.

The bride, who plays vampish Amanda Vale in Home And Away, looked stunning in a magnificent, hand-stitched French beaded wedding gown.

She was reportedly sewn into the gown by Melbourne designers Jacob Luppino and Anthony Pitturino hours before the ceremony.

But fans were unable to get a glimpse of the fairytale gown as Brisley was covered in a cape on her arrival at the chapel.

The unusual cape -- together with a team of bodyguards -- ensured no one got a glimpse of the gown before the ceremony.

The couple, who have dated for the past eight months, became engaged last year after Ford popped the question in Venice.

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