Ben Cutting marries his long time girlfriend and cricket presenter Erin Holland

The couple got married in Byron Bay, New South Wales, at Elements of Byron's Heart of the Bay on Saturday.

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Australia all-rounder Ben Cutting and his fiancee and cricket presenter Erin Holland finally got married on Saturday afternoon. The couple had to postpone their wedding twice last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic as Erin had time and again stated that they wanted to look after the safety of both the families and their friends.

The adorable couple got hitched in Byron Bay, New South Wales, at Elements of Byron’s Heart of the Bay. Cutting, who played for the Sydney Thunder in BBL 2020-21, and Erin Holland, who is former Miss World Australia, got engaged a couple of years and they had also informed their fans on their respective social media handles.

Singers Jess Dunbar and Matt Price sang Justin Beiber’s Anyone at the wedding even as Erin walked down the aisle in her stunning wedding attire. “It has been a long journey to this point where we could safely have our friends and family under the one roof,” she was quoted as saying by Perth Now.

Ben Cutting delighted their families could make it to the wedding

Even Ben Cutting was happy that the members of both the families could make it in time for the wedding and recalled how they had to reschedule their wedding multiple times. “Our families are from all over so we had to reschedule a couple of times with borders opening and closing. Everyone was so accommodating and we are so grateful they all made the time, three times, to be with us for our wedding,” the cricketer said.

Erin Holland looked stunning as she wore three different J’Aton couture creations over the course of a two-day celebration while Ben Cutting was dressed in Alex Goodman Custom. “I honestly felt like a princess, the dress was magical. It all came together at the last minute. We couldn’t do fittings in person so it was all done online,” Holland further stated.