Gold Coast swimwear designer Karina Irby has tied the knot with her partner of eight years in a skimpy white bikini.
On Wednesday the social media star and swimwear entrepreneur married partner Ryan Jones in a picturesque beach wedding in Bora Bora wearing a skimpy two-piece cossie.
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“Just married … island style!” she wrote alongside a photo of their first kiss as husband and wife. And it couldn’t have been more perfect.
“Marrying your best friend in one of the most beautiful places on the planet.”
The owner of Moana Bikini rocked a bandeau top with racy cut outs across her bust with a pair of revealing G-string bottoms in a bridal white color.
She paired it with a sheer sarong as well as a giant flower crown in an array of tropical colours.
Karina’s new husband also rocked a flower crown, though opted for a casual cream shirt and short combo for their nuptials.
The pair had arrived by canoe to the private island where the ceremony was held, which was followed by a beachside reception complete with a firework display.
The bride later changed out of her togs into a satin white gown with a flowing train and sexy cut-outs.
Fans were quick to shower the Instagram star with congratulations, stating she looked “beautiful”.
“CONGRATULATIONS to you both! You look absolutely gorgeous,” one wrote.
“Congratulations you pair, so stoked for you guys,” another said.
As one declared: “OMG your dress.”
Karina later said she and her new husband decided to “elope” overseas after struggling to plan a wedding in Australia over the past three years.
“Ryan and I chose to elope in our fave tropical destination, Bora Bora” she said in an Instagram Stories post.
“This was a hard decision for us to make, but after 3 years of trying to plan a wedding at home it felt like this was truly meant to be.”
While visiting the idyllic holiday destination, Karina has also been shooting a campaign for her swimwear line.
She has amassed a huge following online with her body positive posts, but unfortunately attracts “gross” and “disgusting” remarks from strangers on her figure as a result.
In one powerful post, Karina shared some of the horrifying remarks she cops regularly, calling on people to “do better”.
“People tell me to kill myself. Call me names. Discourage my work. Call out my skin conditions,” she wrote.
“I LOVE social media, and I LOVE putting myself out there to help others feel less alone, make someone smile and distract people from their busy lives.
“But I don’t love how people can treat one another on here. Hiding behind their screens. What gross and disgusting behaviour.
“People literally end their lives over comments like this.
“We all need to #BEBETTER. Better at not listening. And better at never speaking to others like this.