Forget the 12 tiered cake, flower wall or a pair of white doves wearing gold leaf booties to be released as the pair say “I do” – Sunrise presenter Edwina Bartholomew‘s wedding to fiance Neil Varcoe will be a “casual affair”.
Bartholomew has already found her dress (a white vintage number), a friend will be making their cake and the ceremony will be held on the couples’ country NSW farm Warramba.
“We want it to be a casual day. We are going to have a lunchtime wedding, just really simple. We don’t want it to be fancy,” Bartholomew told Stellar Magazine.
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But there’s one feature the pair won’t be scrimping on – and it means that should nature call, their guests (and their bums) will be well-looked after.
Port-a-loo rental for the nuptials will reportedly set them back $12,000.
We’re pretty sure no-one will be pooh-poohing the idea.
It’s certainly the most practical extravagant wedding spend we’ve heard. Pippa Middleton’s nuptials were estimated to have cost over one million dollars including over $10,000 on canapes (and yes, $7,000 on port-a-loos – it’s a thing.)