For the first ever Married At First Sight official wedding, you'd expect no expenses to be spared.
And it seems that Jules Robinson and Cam Merchant went all out for their special day, hosting their ceremony and reception at Sydney's Beta Bar and Alpha Restaurant.
While we'll get to see inside the venue in the special event episode of A Current Affair on Tuesday night, here's a closer look at the lavish venue steeped in history.
Built in 1877 as a Presbyterian church hall and later transformed into the Australian Worker's Union, the Beta Bar's ceremony space is a heritage listed site steeped in history.
It's also the first space where the Australian national anthem was publicly performed, talk about true blue!
With its exposed brick and elegant floral arrangements, it certainly looks like something out of a fairytale on the official Instagram page.
Seeing as both Cam and Jules hail from the NSW capital, the wedding was bound to be held in Sydney.
Despite keeping things local, the MAFS newlyweds previously confessed to E! News that if money were no issue and they could marry anywhere in the world, it would be "somewhere tropical."
"I'd love to get everyone on a plane and share some love on a big island," Cam added. "Pina coladas in everyone's hands and having a really good time."
Sounds like it'll be quite the party regardless!
The venue can hold up to 200 people and with their multitude of celebrity friends, you can bet Cam and Jules will be celebrating their love surrounded by plenty of friends and family members.
Guests at the reality TV wedding of the year include former MAFS stars Nic Jovanovic, Cyrell Paule and Heidi Latcham, the latter of whom is one of Jules' bridesmaids plus The Block's Hayden and Sara Vale.
A Current Affair's Sylvia Jeffreys was also in attendance, along with her beautiful baby bump.
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Back when they were strangers starring on Married At First Sight, Cam and Jules "married" at Duck Pond in Sydney's Centennial Park.
They went on to celebrate their reception at the Wisteria Room, Centennial Homestead. Who could forget that first dance without music?
Let's hope their second wedding is just as magical.
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