It was a walk down memory lane as models sashayed their way down the aisle wearing dresses of weddings past.
Put together by Southern Highlands Inner Wheel, 'Wedding Fashions Through the Centuries' was hit at Mittagong RSL, with more than 200 guests enjoying themselves on June 15.
There were plenty of tears and laughter as the audience were regaled with wedding anecdotes, including one bride who lost her father three weeks before the wedding and a bride who had to change her ceremony venue last minute due to a downpour of rain.
The dresses were sourced from across NSW, with many dresses privately donated.
The brain child of Brenda Apostolatos, president of the Southern Highlands Inner Wheel club, 'Wedding Fashion Through the Centuries' featured wedding dresses from the 1800's to late 2010 which were modeled by volunteers and displayed throughout the show.
Founder of the Southern Highlands Inner Wheel club Barbara Smith said she was "so proud" of the event.
"I am very passionate about the Inner Wheel Club and I am so proud of today," she said.
The fundraiser saw more than $14,440 go towards Quest for Life, which was the charity of choice this year for the Inner Wheel.
Quest for Life was founded by Petrea King. Ms King was diagnosed with cancer in 1983 and was not expected to live.
However, Ms King was able to beat the odds after she spent much of her time meditating in a monastic retreat associated with Saint Francis of Assisi.
Ms King founded Quest for life in 1989 to help support people living with cancer and AIDS. In 1995, Quest for Life found a permanent home in Bundanoon.
Quest for Life has a number of programs to help people living with cancer, depression, anxiety and trauma find peace in their lives.