Couple get married in a pub after bushfire ruins wedding plans An Australian couple have been left with a black wedding instead of a white wedding, after a bushfire came extraordinarily close to their wedding venue. The couple, Carli and Ennis Cehic from Melbourne, planned to marry in front of 170 guests at Galwiji Homestead in Scotsburn, Victoria on Saturday, according the ABC. See also: How to cook a steak in a boiling hot car during an Australian heatwave "I was on my way and the fire blew through in front of us, I couldn’t get through to the wedding," the bride told the Herald Sun. "They thought I was running late." In a last minute dash to safety, the groom-to-be was rushed to a nearby pub — where he met up with his future wife. The wedding was reorganised in moments and the couple said "I do" in front of their guests at the Crown Hotel in Buninyong, Victoria, according to the publication. It was a different ceremony to the homestead wedding they had planned, but after eight years together they weren't letting a fire ruin their plans. A wedding was meant to take place here yesterday #Scotsburn #vicfires @abcnewsMelb pic.twitter.com/eDxM4gk4d7 — Stephanie Anderson (@skateanderson) December 20, 2015 Would have been a beautiful wedding. Instead, Carli and Ennis Cehic were married at the pub #Scotsburn #Cehitched pic.twitter.com/tV6zouTpkf — Ashley Argoon (@AshArgoon) December 20, 2015 @theage three hours earlier... pic.twitter.com/IfJIupQlBZ — Ennis Cehic (@EnnisCehic) December 20, 2015 @skateanderson @Bonnie_Cristine @abcnewsMelb we're still good. ;) pic.twitter.com/0o9gul2O6T — Ennis Cehic (@EnnisCehic) December 20, 2015 The Scotsburn bushfire that raged through Victoria during the weekend destroyed 12 homes, 23 sheds and burned 4,000 hectares, according to the Country Fire Authority. By Monday morning, the fire had been brought under control and conditions were expected to continue to ease. Firefighters work to control the Scotsburn fire on the weekend.Image: AAP ImagesAt least something beautiful came out of the dark day. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments. window._msla=window.loadScriptAsync||function(src,id){if(document.getElementById(id))return;var js=document.createElement('script');js.id=id;js.src=src;document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0].parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}; _msla("//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js","twitter_jssdk");
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