Victorian couple’s cancelled after floods

A couple hoping to tie the knot in a picturesque part of rural Victoria have been left heartbroken after their was cancelled due to wild weather.

The celebration was set to take place at the Euroa Butter Factory, 150km north of Melbourne, on Saturday but had to be postponed following a deluge of floodwaters.

More than 150mm of rain lashed the state overnight, stopping guests hoping to attend the nuptials from getting in and out of town.

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A couple hoping to tie the knot in a picturesque part of rural Victoria have been left heartbroken after their wedding was cancelled due to wild weather and floods

A couple hoping to tie the knot in a picturesque part of rural Victoria have been left heartbroken after their was cancelled due to wild weather and floods

The celebration was set to take place at the Euroa Butter Factory, 150km north of Melbourne, on Saturday but had to be postponed following a deluge of rain 

The celebration was set to take place at the Euroa Butter Factory, 150km north of Melbourne, on Saturday but had to be postponed following a deluge of rain 

'We had all of our staff here, and we were preparing for a of 85 people,' owner Russell Griffin told Nine News.

The couple had stayed at the venue the night before, with hopes the ceremony and reception, including vegan catering, could still take place.

However, the owners made the heartbreaking decision to abandon the around 9am, over

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