Emily Simms, now Ghougassian, didn't need The Bachelor Australia to find her one true love. Turns out that she found her happily-ever-after through a connection of a friend, turned bridesmaid! With a whirlwind romance and Valentine's Day proposal, Emily Simms of The Bachelor marries her true soul mate in a vision of glamour with a dose of old world charm. Saying their "I Do's" in August on the balcony of the Melbourne Town Hall with a reception at The George Ballroom in St Kilda, Emily and Pierre were surrounded by a hundred of their closest friends and family - and only had eyes for each other. She stunned in Australian designer's Tanya Didenko gown made just for her. Emily was adamant about not having black, so blends of white, cream, soft pinks and rich, deep pinks filled the scene with an opulent vibe. Bwedding Invitations set the tone as the first brush of what guests could anticipate. Even her three bridesmaids by her side wore white fish-tail and bell sleeved Love Honor gowns - a top trend for weddings this season. Ramy of Ateia captured the radiance in this gorgeous gallery for all our lovelies to be inspired by and to remember your own fairytale is out there!

Emily Simms of The Bachelor Marries

Emily and Pierre have similar taste, so when it came to planning he trusted her in all the details. Fortunate, as it only took less than eight months for her to secure an A-list team of vendors to create a magical and unforgettable day to celebrate. But, Emily did all the planning beginning with scouring the internet and Pinterest for her inspiration. The style at the reception unfolded with an antique feel. Simple garlands were used as accents down the center of the long tables, arrangements around the welcome sign, seating chart, bar and wedding cake. Working with Foxy Evergreen, she wanted to go beyond the standard flowers - you can imagine her disdain for the average rose. Being quite specific that when Emily Simms of The Bachelor marries no roses will be handed out or seen. As apposed to this day. Instead, she went with phalaenopsis orchids in a magenta color. She also did not want floral native to Australia. All whites, soft pinks, deep pinks and lots of greenery were used in a cascading effect. The result was pure perfection. And hands down to her as with the launch of her own makeup, she of course did her own.