Laura Henshaw stuns in a strapless wedding dress as she ties the knot with partner Dalton Graham


Keep it Cleaner co-founder Laura Henshaw has married her partner Dalton Graham in a stunning ceremony held in Victoria’s Yarra Valley on Friday. 

The 28-year-old looked gorgeous in a strapless white wedding dress, looking every inch the blushing bride on her big day.

The pair held a wedding and reception at the Levantine Hill Estate, with Laura calling the day an ‘absolute dream’.

She’s a blushing bride! Laura Henshaw stunned in a white strapless wedding dress on Friday, as she tied the knot with partner Dalton Graham (second left) in ‘dream day’ held at a winery in Victoria. The newlyweds are pictured centre with guests

She also hinted that Dalton is taking her last name, writing underneath one wedding picture shared on Instagram that they’re ‘Mr and Mrs Henshaw’.

‘What an absolute dream and we got to bring the boys,’ she began, in reference to their dogs being at the event with bowties on. 

‘Dream venue and dress. Dream everything, I am speechless.’ 

Wedding bells: She also hinted that Dalton is taking her last name, writing underneath one wedding picture shared on Instagram that they're 'Mr and Mrs Henshaw'. Pictured hugging a guest

Wedding bells: She also hinted that Dalton is taking her last name, writing underneath one wedding picture shared on Instagram that they’re ‘Mr and Mrs Henshaw’. Pictured hugging a guest

Gorgeous: Laura revealed she wore a bespoke gown from Kyha Studios, which is located in Victoria. Among her bridesmaids, who all wore gorgeous white silk gowns, was her Keep it Cleaner co-founder Steph Claire Smith (left)

Gorgeous: Laura revealed she wore a bespoke gown from Kyha Studios, which is located in Victoria. Among her bridesmaids, who all wore gorgeous white silk gowns, was her Keep it Cleaner co-founder Steph Claire Smith (left)

Laura revealed she wore a bespoke gown from Kyha Studios, which is located in Victoria. 

Her wedding dress featured a strapless design, a boned bodice, and a flowing tiered skirt. 

Laura wore her dark locks back and off her face in a low bun and wore a veil during the ceremony. 

Her makeup was completed with dewy foundation and a nude lip and lashings of mascara. 

Among her bridesmaids, who all wore gorgeous white silk gowns, was her Keep it Cleaner co-founder Steph Claire Smith. 

'Dream venue and dress. Dream everything, I am speechless,' Laura wrote online

‘Dream venue and dress. Dream everything, I am speechless,’ Laura wrote online

On Wednesday, just days before the wedding, Laura revealed her wedding was in jeopardy after she was identified as a close contact of a Covid-19 positive case in Victoria.

Laura, 28, shared a photo to Instagram of herself crying as she told fans about the nerve-wracking coronavirus scare.

Laura said she was full of anxiety over the possibility of having to cancel her wedding. 

Stress: On Wednesday, just days before the wedding, Laura revealed her wedding was in jeopardy after she was identified as a close contact of a Covid-19 positive case in Victoria

Stress: On Wednesday, just days before the wedding, Laura revealed her wedding was in jeopardy after she was identified as a close contact of a Covid-19 positive case in Victoria

Close call: Laura said she was full of anxiety over the possibility of having to cancel her wedding

Close call: Laura said she was full of anxiety over the possibility of having to cancel her wedding

‘I wasn’t going to share this (sorry my IG has been a bit emotional this week), but I got a text this morning about coming into contact with a positive Covid case and only two days out from the wedding the anxiety is real,’ she wrote.

‘I feel fine and I am so sure I will be negative but goodness me.’ 

She later shared the good news that her test had come back negative, writing: ‘Yay! OMG. I feel like I need to sleep for 14hours after today.’

Her friend and business partner Steph Claire Smith also came round to her house to do her nails for the wedding, because she couldn’t go to her appointment while waiting for the result. 

Laura became engaged to partner Dalton Graham, who runs his own advertising and marketing agency, in 2018.

Earlier this year, Laura revealed she had to postpone their wedding for the fourth time as Victoria entered another Covid lockdown.

She said at the time: ‘Our deepest condolences to everyone who has been affected by the lockdown. The wedding industry, hospitality, travel, and every single one of you in Vic. Sending our love to you all.’

Lovebirds: Laura became engaged to partner Dalton Graham, who runs his own advertising and marketing agency, in 2018. Seen in a pre-wedding celebration

Lovebirds: Laura became engaged to partner Dalton Graham, who runs his own advertising and marketing agency, in 2018. Seen in a pre-wedding celebration

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