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Sunset wedding in Phuket

SPECIAL DAY: Courtney Dachs and Trent Law are all smiles at their beach wedding at Karon Beach.
SPECIAL DAY: Courtney Dachs and Trent Law are all smiles at their beach wedding at Karon Beach. contributed

COURTNEY Dachs and Trent Law enjoyed a magical wedding at Mandarava Resort and Spa in Karon Beach, Phuket.

The sun was setting over the ocean when Courtney and Trent tied the knot.

The couple celebrated their beach wedding with 22 of their closest friends and family members.

Courtney, the eldest daughter of Kym and Russell Dachs, and Trent, youngest son of Maree and Stephen Law, were married on Sunday, October 1.

Courtney, who is from Stanthorpe but now lives in Brisbane, said she had a wonderful day.

"Everything was organised by our own wedding planner to however we liked it,” Courtney said.

"It overlooked the coastline and was during sunset.

"It was the perfect set-up and everything I dreamed of.”

The beautiful bride was given away by her dad, Russell Dachs.

Courtney's bridesmaids were Jacynta and Tayla Dachs, while groomsmen were Allistair Matthews and Scott McDermott.

The couple will live in Brisbane and Melbourne, where Trent's parents live.

Courtney and Trent are travelling overseas for their honeymoon, enjoying everything Europe has to offer while celebrating their marriage.

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