The sign that greeted Lisa and Carik Taylor's wedding guests read #abouttime.
The West Nowra couple met 10 years ago at the Bridge Tavern and have been engaged for nine years.
After ticking off some big milestones - buying a car, a boat, a house, and welcoming their beautiful daughter Havana - the time was finally right to tie the knot on their 10th anniversary.
In front of 85 family and friends, they married on Sunday, August 18 at Greendale's in Pyree.
The maid of honour was Karissa Corsaro and bridemaids were Courtney Pakes, Payton Wilbraham and Siobhan Taylor. Five-year-old Havana shone in her role as a mini bridesmaid.
Groomsmen were Anthony Corsaro, Kynan Taylor, Dene Hillman and Matthew Pantono.
Lisa walked down the aisle to 'The Wedding Song' by Julia and Angus Stone, with someone very special by her side.
"Having my foster father walk me down the aisle was so beautiful," she said.
"I was so nervous and emotional and he just reassured me that everything was going to be okay."
Lisa also had someone else very special with her as she walked down the aisle.
The couple is expecting their much-longed for second baby. The little boy is due on December 3 and Havana cannot wait to be a big sister.
With plenty of time to prepare for their big day, Lisa said everything went to plan, but there were definitely a few highlights.
"Finally saying 'I do' after so long was amazing," she said.
"Having my husband's brother Kynan, who's also my daughter's godfather there was so special.
"He's been posted to Western Australia and we hadn't seen him for nine months so having him part of our wedding was wonderful," she said.
Lisa also thanked photographer Samuel White for capturing their day.
The couple enjoyed a honeymoon to the Gold Coast.
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