Couple weds at historic Aveley Ranch

Head of Wells Gray Community Forest marries a member of one of the Valley's earliest pioneer families

June Moilliet and Ted Richardson ride away on a golf cart following their wedding at the Moilliet's Aveley Ranch near Vavenby on May 25.

It was a beautiful day on Friday, May 25, for the wedding of June Moilliet and Ted Richardson. It was a family wedding held outside at the Moilliet family’s historic Aveley Ranch and officiated by brother Ian Moilliet. A total of 32 family members attended the happy event.

The bride wore a deep periwinkle blue dress with a cream-colored bolero jacket. It was set off by her necklace given to her by her late mother and her gorgeous heirloom diamond and tangenite engagement ring. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses.

Niece April (nee Moilliet) Wainwright was the bridesmaid and nephew Seth Moilliet walked the bride down the path.

 

 

 

 

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