A bride's wedding day is supposed to be one of the happiest days of her life but for Claire Worker, it did not even come close to the wedding day she had imagined.
Ms Worker, of Summerhill, was engaged to be married when her daughter was diagnosed with cancer and hospitalised at The Royal Children's Hospital.
"We were told there wasn't a very high survival chance of her surviving," she said.
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So instead of waiting for the wedding she had been planning to have in the future, Ms Worker brought the wedding forward to fall on her daughter's first birthday in 2018.
"We had the wedding really quickly as we obviously wanted her in the wedding, and being told she didn't have a survival chance we were like, let's get married," she said.
"[It was] very stressful because we were unsure if she would be able to come out of the hospital or not.
"We were able to get her out of her room at the hospital and we had the wedding downstairs."
However, Ms Worker received an opportunity to relive her wedding day on a happier note.
Ivy n Rose Florist, based in Launceston, posted on Facebook asking for past bride's to dust off their wedding dresses and volunteer to be part of a photo shoot.
Owner of the florist, Genna Igglesden, said she wanted to do the photo shoot to highlight up-and-coming wedding trends.
"I had so many brides reach out, it was so hard to choose between them all," she said.
"It was so crazy how many people said they would love to put their dress back on."
However, when Ms Igglesden heard about Ms Worker's story from her maid of honour, she did not hesitate in saying yes.
"Claire said to me earlier she always wanted her children a part of her wedding, and this way everyone is together," she said.
"It honestly meant so much to me that I could give this back to her."
Ms Worker said she was so grateful to have the opportunity to get a second chance at her wedding photos.
"It's such a big opportunity to be able to have a photo shoot as we weren't really able to have our dream wedding as such," she said.
"We wanted some more photos and a special moment not in the hospital.
"I'm just hoping to have photos to be able to treasure with my daughter, and also now my son. It's just an amazing opportunity that I didn't think would ever come around."
The dress Ms Worker wore in the second photo shoot was the same dress she wore on her wedding day.
Ms Igglesden said to help give Ms Worker happier emotions about her wedding was really special, and she felt the same for the other brides involved in the shoot.
Some of the brides who had applied for the photo shoot said in their messages that the reason they wanted to do the shoot was because they hadn't had the best wedding day or they were unhappy with their photographer's work.
Ms Igglesden said she would consider another photo shoot in the future.