ABC journalist stuns in unique mini wedding dress: 'Beautiful'

Fashion fans have lost it over this journalist's stunning wedding gown.

An ABC journalist has caused a fashion frenzy online after photos emerged of her stunning and unique wedding dress.

Grace Tobin, who works from ABC’s Four Corners, married 7News journalist, Tom Hartley, over the weekend, wearing a beautiful silk white mini dress by Brisbane designer Carniel Vandenbergh Couture.

Grace Tobin and Tom Hartley on their wedding day
ABC Four Corners journalist, Grace Tobin, married 7News journalist, Tom Hartley, in a stunning wedding dress. Photo: Instagram/Sylvia Jeffreys

The gown featured a massive bow at the back, puffed-out sleeves and a deep plunging back.

“Thank you so much for creating the most beautiful wedding dress for me - and the perfect bow,” Grace wrote on the designer’s Instagram page.


In snaps captured by Today Extra host Sylvia Jeffreys, Grace can be seen beaming as she holds hands with her husband on their big day, with her other hand grasping a bouquet of white flowers.

Grace accessorised her dress with a pair of pointed diamonte slingback heels and kept her hair in loose waves.

Sylvia Jeffreys on Grace Tobin's wedding day
Today Extra's Sylvia Jeffreys posted a number of photos to her Instagram account. Photo: Instagram/Sylvia Jeffreys

“What a beautiful wedding dress,” one person commented on Sylvia Jeffrey’s post.

“Love your dress,” another person wrote, while others asked Grace to please let them know the brand name.

“The beaming bride + groom 💍 Thank you for sharing your magical day with us @gracetobin_ @tom.a.har … It was simply the best,” Sylvia captioned the post.

Sylvia looked stunning in a floor-length orange and purple dress, which she matched with a pair of white heels.

She was joined at the joyous event by her husband, Sky News journalist Peter Stefanovic.

Sylvia Jeffreys and Peter Stefanovic
Sylvia posed with her husband, Peter Stefanovic. Photo: Instagram/Sylvia Jeffreys

Grace Tobin originally from Brisbane, started her career in 2009 as a crime and court reporter in regional Queensland for Channel Nine.

She then became a producer with 60 Minutes and in 2017, she won a Walkley Award for the 60 Minutes story on Matthew Levenson's death.

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