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BCD: 'Smages' wedding

The Fagan family on Andrew and Alana's wedding day
The Fagan family on Andrew and Alana's wedding day

Crows couple Andrew Fagan and Alana Smith have wed in front of family and friends in a beautiful ceremony on Saturday afternoon.

CEO Fagan and media personality Smith officially began their lives together as husband and wife after exchanging vows at the incredible St Peter’s Cathedral in North Adelaide.

Senior Coach Don Pyke and wife Jodie, captain Taylor Walker and partner Ellie Brown, assistant coach James Podsiadly and wife Claire, and SANFL coach Ryan O’Keefe and wife Tara were among the notable Crows guests in attendance.

Pyke flew in from Sydney for the special occasion after joining Crows recruiting staff at the National Draft the previous night.

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The reception was held later in the evening at Mandalay House and Garden near the picturesque Mount Barker summit.

The duo, affectionately known as 'Smages', shared the day with 160 people who travelled to Adelaide from all over the country.

Fagan and Smith were engaged in February when Andrew asked for Alana’s hand in a special surprise on her birthday. The pair has been together for almost four years after meeting during Smith’s stint as a presenter for Fox Sports.

The couple had their first child together, Giselle, in August last year. Fagan also has two other girls, Jade and Ivy, from a previous relationship.

Fagan shared a beautiful family photo on Instagram to mark the memorable day.

All my girls, including my wife! @alanasmith_ Bursting with love ❤️❤️❤️ #smageswedding

A photo posted by Andrew Fagan (@fages1) on Nov 26, 2016 at 12:01am PST



A photo posted by ELLIE BROWN (@elsbrown) on Nov 25, 2016 at 10:24pm PST


A rose amongst thorns @alanasmith_ #SmagesWedding #ROK #JPOD #DonPyke

A photo posted by MVP Management (@mvpmanagement) on Nov 26, 2016 at 6:22am PST

  Ruckman Sam Jacobs will be the next Crow to tie the knot over the offseason. Jacobs is set to marry fiancé Izzy Daniel on the Yorke Peninsula on New Year’s Eve.

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