Heiress Georgia Geminder and investment director Matthew Danos wed during lavish Melbourne wedding

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Melbourne ‘it girl’ Georgia Geminder and investment director Matthew Danos tied the knot in an opulent society wedding on Sunday. 

The event took place in the ritzy suburb of Kew, and was a traditional Jewish ceremony followed by a black tie reception inside a marquee at Raheen, the Pratt family mansion. 

Georgia, 28, who is the model granddaughter of Australia’s late ‘Cardboard King’ Richard Pratt and eldest daughter of billionaire packaging magnates Raphael and Fiona Geminder, looked like modern day princess in a beaded strapless fishtail gown with matching gloves and a tiara.

Heiress Georgia Geminder and investment director Matthew Danos wed during lavish Melbourne wedding

Melbourne ‘it girl’ Georgia Geminder and investment director Matthew Danos tied the knot during a lavish society wedding on Sunday. (Both pictured on their wedding day) 

She accessorised her look with a diamond and sapphire choker necklace, drop earrings and a dramatic ivory veil. 

Proving that less is more, the heiress opted for an understated makeup look consisting of foundation and mascara.  

The glamorous toothpaste company owner wore two dresses on her big day, changing into a feather-covered mini dress for the reception. 

Georgia, 28, who is the model granddaughter of Australia's late 'Cardboard King' Richard Pratt and eldest daughter of billionaire packaging magnates Raphael and Fiona Geminder, looked like modern day princess in a beaded strapless fishtail gown with matching gloves and a tiara

Georgia, 28, who is the model granddaughter of Australia’s late ‘Cardboard King’ Richard Pratt and eldest daughter of billionaire packaging magnates Raphael and Fiona Geminder, looked like modern day princess in a beaded strapless fishtail gown with matching gloves and a tiara

She accessorised her look with a diamond and sapphire choker necklace and drop earrings

She accessorised her look with a diamond and sapphire choker necklace and drop earrings 

Social media photos show the happy couple exchanging vows beneath an outdoor chuppah (a Jewish wedding canopy) surrounded by friends and family.

Social media photos show the happy couple exchanging vows beneath an outdoor chuppah (a Jewish wedding canopy) surrounded by friends and family.

For accessories, the blushing bride wore an elegant diamond tennis bracelet and chunky nude heels. 

Matthew meanwhile looked sharp during his trip down the aisle, wearing a white blazer, black suit pants and black bow tie.  

He later changed into a grey suit and slightly unbuttoned white business shirt for the reception. 

Other standout features of the wedding included a six-tier wedding cake

Other standout features of the wedding included a six-tier wedding cake

Georgia's bridesmaids oozed old Hollywood glamour in soft pink satin fishtail gowns

Georgia’s bridesmaids oozed old Hollywood glamour in soft pink satin fishtail gowns

Georgia’s bridesmaids oozed old Hollywood glamour in soft pink satin fishtail gowns. 

The women clutched bouquets of white roses while the bride held a posy of baby’s breath.

Georgia and Matthew married under a large outdoor chuppah (a Jewish wedding canopy) surrounded by friends and family. 

The glamorous toothpaste company owner wore two dresses on her big day, changing into a feather-covered mini dress for the reception

The glamorous toothpaste company owner wore two dresses on her big day, changing into a feather-covered mini dress for the reception

Matthew meanwhile changed into a grey suit and slightly unbuttoned white business shirt for the reception

Matthew meanwhile changed into a grey suit and slightly unbuttoned white business shirt for the reception

The wedding featured customised plates with the bride and groom's names printed on them

The wedding featured customised plates with the bride and groom’s names printed on them

The aisle was made from a reflective surface that imitated water and surrounded by bunches of white roses. 

Other stand-out features of the wedding included a six-tier wedding cake and customised plates with the bride and groom’s names printed on them. 

A leaked wedding invitation reveals the couple asked guests to make a donation to a specified charity, rather than bringing gifts. 

Georgia wore a satin bathrobe with feather-lined sleeves while getting ready for her big day

Georgia wore a satin bathrobe with feather-lined sleeves while getting ready for her big day  

Georgia's mother Fiona owns cardboard giant Visy and is worth a reported $3.4billion, while her father Raphael - who is also on Forbes Rich List - has a 40 percent share in plastics manufacturer, Pact

 Georgia’s mother Fiona owns cardboard giant Visy and is worth a reported $3.4billion, while her father Raphael – who is also on Forbes Rich List – has a 40 percent share in plastics manufacturer, Pact

Georgia’s mother Fiona owns cardboard giant Visy and is worth a reported $3.4billion, while her father Raphael – who is also on Forbes Rich List – has a 40 percent share in plastics manufacturer, Pact.

Her grandfather Richard Pratt, an immigrant born in Poland whose family fled to Australia months before the German invasion, was a leading figure in Melbourne society until his death on April 29, 2009.

Ms Geminder, a former Australian Grand Prix ambassador, spent seven years modelling in Australia, London and Los Angeles before quitting the industry to create a non-toxic toothpaste brand in 2020.

Her grandfather Richard Pratt, an immigrant born in Poland whose family fled to Australia months before the German invasion, was a leading figure in Melbourne society until his death on April 29, 2009

Her grandfather Richard Pratt, an immigrant born in Poland whose family fled to Australia months before the German invasion, was a leading figure in Melbourne society until his death on April 29, 2009

In 2020 she launched Gem, a clean beauty company specialising in oral care that replaces chemicals with natural ingredients.

Her new husband Matthew is the managing director of James Richardson Investments, part of a furniture, hospitality, real estate and retail corporation headquartered in Melbourne’s north.

The company is best known for its duty-free outlets in airports and border crossings across Australia and the Middle East. 

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James Richardson is a household name in Israel thanks to its multiple stores in Ben Gurion airport, Israel. 

Her new husband Matthew is the managing director of James Richardson Investments, part of a furniture, hospitality, real estate and retail corporation headquartered in Melbourne's north

Her new husband Matthew is the managing director of James Richardson Investments, part of a furniture, hospitality, real estate and retail corporation headquartered in Melbourne’s north

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