For local couple Keryn Milner and Jamie Yeing, York was the logical place for their wedding.

The Uniting Church was packed for the wedding ceremony at 3.30pm on Saturday, November 24. It was a nostalgic occasion for Keryn’s parents, Kevin and Marilyn, who were married in the church 30 years earlier.

Friends and family travelled from as far away as Geraldton, Gnowangerup, Moora and Yelbini for the wedding.

Jamie’s groomsmen were school friend, Carl Lemon and Murray Hendy. Keryn’s bridesmaids were her sister, Robin and friend, Kylie Adamini.

Keryn wore a distinctive ‘latte’ cinderella style gown with lace embroidery and pearl and crystal encrusted bodice. The bridesmaids wore contrasting antique pink, pure silk, strapless gowns. The men wore black suits with ties matching the girls’ outfits.

Following the ceremony there were photos in the beautiful garden of Honey and Brian Fairclough and at the groom’s farm east of town.

The reception for more than a hundred guests was in the York town hall which had been transformed with a pink theme and elaborate ceiling silks. Flower arrangements were by local decorator, Sue Deadman. Green and pink roses were also in the girls’ bouquets to match.

The catering was done by Cafe Bugatti. The cake was a three tiered tower of chocolate and vanilla cupcakes made by Le Gregory. Ngari Humphrey took the wedding photos.

Keryn and Jamie will live in the house they have renovated on the farm.

Lindsay McNeill

Keryn and Jamie Yeing leaving the York Uniting Church after their wedding.

Photographs (from top) : After the wedding with friends and family;
The bride’s father, Kevin Milner, at the reception with L-R Selina Carmichael, Barbara Kelly and Kandice Conforti;   Keryn and Jamie with family (L-R) Graeme and Christine Reynolds, Kevin and Marilyn Milner, Michael Prunster and Terry Reynolds with (seated) Cliff Reynolds, Judith Prunster and Betty Reynolds;   Bridesmaids Robin Milner and Kylie Adamini with friend, Kandice Conforti.