WIN TV newsreader and chief of staff Danielle Post at her wedding to Andrew Barnes in Orange on October 27. Click for more photos

Danielle Post's wedding day

WIN TV newsreader and chief of staff Danielle Post at her wedding to Andrew Barnes in Orange on October 27. Photo: Seth Buchanan

  • WIN TV newsreader and chief of staff Danielle Post at her wedding to Andrew Barnes in Orange on October 27.
  • WIN TV newsreader and chief of staff Danielle Post at her wedding to Andrew Barnes in Orange on October 27.
  • WIN TV newsreader and chief of staff Danielle Post at her wedding to Andrew Barnes in Orange on October 27.
  • WIN TV newsreader and chief of staff Danielle Post at her wedding to Andrew Barnes in Orange on October 27.
  • WIN TV newsreader and chief of staff Danielle Post at her wedding to Andrew Barnes in Orange on October 27.
  • WIN TV newsreader and chief of staff Danielle Post at her wedding to Andrew Barnes in Orange on October 27.
  • Sunrise reporter Edwina Bartholomew with her partner Neil Varcoe at the wedding last weekend of WIN newsreader Danielle Post.

Popular WIN-TV newsreader and chief-of-staff Danielle Post was a beautiful - and also very chilled-out - bride when she married cameraman Andrew Barnes in Orange last weekend.

"I was relaxed the whole time. I definitely wasn't a Bridezilla. Just cool and calm and I had the best day ever," she told us before jetting off with her new husband for their honeymoon in Bali.

The Borrodell on the Mount winery at Orange provided a stunning background to the wedding.

"Everything went really well. We had perfect weather. It was amazing," Post said.

"We were overlooking the valley. It was spectacular, the best view ever."

The bride and groom arrived in vintage cars while the bridesmaids, in true country fashion, were ferried in the back of a ute.

Post's dress was a Matthew Eager design from Brisbane, with the bridesmaids' dresses from the same label.

Her friend from their days at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst, Channel Seven Sunrise reporter Edwina Bartholomew was a guest and also responsible for all the flowers on the day. Another journo friend, Penny Evans, made the wedding cupcakes instead of a traditional cake.

Post said the reception had a "chic vintage look".

The couple's first dance was to Kings of Leon's Use Somebody, special because the band was one of the first things they bonded over.

Barnes, who grew up on a farm at Eugowra, near Orange, used to be in charge of video production at advertising and marketing agency Coordinate at New Acton, but is now back working for WIN as a camera man.

And the very organised Post did tell us her wedding was planned around the October 20 ACT election, tying the knot exactly one week after the poll.