The Toowoomba cou­ple’s New York City wed­ding

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Scott is the most car­ing and lov­ing man I have ever met and treats me like a queen ev­ery day, I couldn’t imag­ine my life with­out him and I am so thank­ful I can call him my hus­band,” says Jes­sica Mutch, nee Wood.

The ad­min­is­tra­tion as­sis­tant and elec­tri­cal su­per­vi­sor met at work, and six years later, on Novem­ber 1, last year they ted the knot at The Ladies Pav­il­ion, Cen­tral Park, New York City.

“Jess is a driven, de­voted and com­pas­sion­ate per­son and has made me the hap­pi­est man alive. My dream is to make sure her dreams come true,” Scott adds.

“I knew as soon as she ac­cepted my chil­dren like they were her own that she was the one.”

Scott pro­posed to Jess at his sur­prise 50th birth­day cel­e­bra­tion at their home in Toowoomba in December 2015 in front of fam­ily and friends.

“I was the one that got the big­gest sur­prise that night,” Jess says.

With a so­phis­ti­cated black and white theme through­out their small wed­ding, the cou­ple had a very unique touch to their nup­tials.

“We had photos taken all over New York City in­clud­ing Cen­tral Park, the New York Pub­lic Li­brary, Top of the Rock and Grand Cen­tral Sta­tion,” Jess says.

The re­cep­tion for the cou­ple was held at Bud­dakan NYC.

“The high­light of the day was when three Mel­bourne women who we had met three days prior in Ni­a­gara Falls came to our wed­ding,” Jess says. “It was very spe­cial. “We are still good friends with them.” The cou­ple spent six-and-a-half weeks trav­el­ling though­out Amer­ica for their hon­ey­moon.

If Jess and Scott had to of­fer any ad­vice for cou­ples get­ting mar­ried, it would be this.

“Don’t forget the rea­son be­hind get­ting mar­ried,” the cou­ple says.

“It’s not about the big party, it’s about the com­mit­ment and mar­ry­ing the one you love.”

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