A Channel 9 reporter has hosted one of the most extravagant weddings of the year, with a guest list in the hundreds and a flower display fit for a Kardashian.
Channel 9 star Lauren Golman has tied the knot in a jaw dropping occasion fit for a Kardashian.
Golman, who is a regular reporter for A Current Affair, wed fiance Jason on Tuesday after the pair were engaged in December 2020.
In the era of pared-back Covid-affected weddings, it has to be seen to be believed.
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The extremely lavish, Tuscan-inspired event had a guestlist in the high hundreds, with the pair cutting in to a 7-tier cake.
Guests were treated to an Italian feast with a pasta station and the dessert table of a sweet tooth’s wildest dreams.
Entertainment included a live band and a show by Pistachio Entertainment Group performers dressed up as “Italian villagers”.
Set within ornate mansion Curzon Hall, located in Marsfield, and designed by luxury wedding specialist Diane Khoury, the event was dressed with thousands of roses in pink, purple and orange tones, with glass tables heaving with candles, crystal champagne flutes, candelabras and gold-rimmed dinnerware.
Chandeliers and various flowers and ivy cascaded from the ceiling, with videos posted to social media depicting the bride posing with her groom in the dazzling reception area while marvelling at the elaborate display as she walked through the room, her statement train trailing behind her.
The gown, designed by bridal couture specialist Leah Da Gloria, was a long-sleeved full-skirted lace design with intricate beading and cut-out details.
Golman topped it off with a dazzling silver headpiece, her blonde hair in soft, bouncy waves down her back.
Her second look for the evening was a sparkling, backless number with thin straps.
Golman, who keeps her social media accounts private, has been a reporter for A Current Affair since around 2017. Throughout her time on the program she has interviewed Samantha Markle, and travelled to travelled to Las Vegas to “preview cars of the future” for a segment on the show.
Little is known about the reporter’s new husband, but she has written about her relationship history and desire to get married in the past on 9Honey, saying she first fell in love at 19.
“After spending over a year together, I ended our relationship. There was no major event that caused the break-up — he didn’t cheat and nor did I — but I just decided that it was time we went our separate ways,” she wrote.
“I guess I thought if we stayed together, we’d eventually get engaged, we’d have a lovely wedding, maybe children, a great life, and I want all of those things, but at 19 it was a somewhat scary prospect.”
She continued: “I don’t regret my decision to end my relationship. I’ve loved and I’ve laughed, I’ve dated great men, made good friends, and I’ve certainly kissed some frogs. That’s what your twenties are for, right?
“I guess what I’m trying to say is have faith that you’ll know when it’s the right person.”
Golman’s father, Serge Golman, is listed as the General Manager of Austral Interiors on the company’s website.
Austral Interiors’ past projects include commercial fit-outs for Channel 9’s North Sydney office, Star Casino, UNSW and Royal Randwick Racecourse.
Her sister Stephanie is currently sales director at Pharma Soul PPE. Stephanie was the former Bureau Chief at A Current Affair Sydney.
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