Inside Georgia Geminder’s Barbie-Themed Bachelorette Party

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Melbourne ‘it girl’ Georgia Geminder threw an elaborate Barbie-themed hen party ahead of her wedding to chief investment officer Matthew Danos last month.

Georgia, 28, who is the model granddaughter of the late Australian ‘Cardboard King’ Richard Pratt and the eldest daughter of billionaire packaging moguls Raphael and Fiona Geminder, looked like a living doll in a Barbie-inspired outfit and a long blonde clip-on ponytail.

The event took place in a private room at Melbourne’s exclusive restaurant, Lillian Brasserie, and included a sumptuous sit-down lunch for around 20 Georgian girlfriends.

Georgia Geminder, 28, from Melbourne, (pictured), threw an elaborate Barbie-themed hen party ahead of her wedding to chief investment officer Matthew Danos last month

Georgia stunned in a pink Poster Girl chainmail mini dress that showed off her model physique and completed her look with chunky nude heels, gold hoop earrings and frilly pink opera gloves .

For makeup, the toothpaste company owner sported winged eyeliner and blush.

Georgia arrived at the event with a large Barbie packing box, but removed it when the festivities began.

Georgia stunned in a pink Poster Girl chainmail mini dress that showed off her model physique and completed her look with chunky nude heels, gold hoop earrings and frilly pink opera gloves

Georgia stunned in a pink Poster Girl chainmail mini dress that showed off her model physique and completed her look with chunky nude heels, gold hoop earrings and frilly pink opera gloves

For makeup, the toothpaste company owner sported winged eyeliner and blush

For makeup, the toothpaste company owner sported winged eyeliner and blush

Guests were surrounded by large pink balloons, while the long dining table overflowed with flower arrangements, personalized name tags and countless plates of food.

Guests were surrounded by large pink balloons, while the long dining table overflowed with flower arrangements, personalized name tags and countless plates of food.

Guests were surrounded by large pink balloons, while the long dining table overflowed with flower arrangements, personalized name tags and countless plates of food.

The menu included pretzels with caviar, charred king prawns, grilled artichokes, burrata with heirloom tomatoes and crab salad.

Each guest also received a Hen Party “survival kit” personalized with Georgia’s name, cookies with the raunchy phrase “Same c**k forever,” and phallic-shaped straws.

Georgia is the deceased's model granddaughter

Georgia is the model granddaughter of the late Australian “Cardboard King” Richard Pratt and the eldest daughter of billionaire packaging moguls Raphael and Fiona Geminder

The menu included caviar pretzels, charred king prawns, grilled artichokes, burrata with heirloom tomatoes and crab salad

The menu included caviar pretzels, charred king prawns, grilled artichokes, burrata with heirloom tomatoes and crab salad

Georgia arrived at the event with a large Barbie packing box but removed it as the festivities began

Georgia arrived at the event with a large Barbie packing box but removed it as the festivities began

Georgia married Matthew over the weekend, exchanging vows in an opulent wedding in Melbourne.

The event took place in the posh suburb of Kew and was a traditional Jewish ceremony followed by a black-tie reception under a marquee at Raheen, the Pratt family mansion.

Georgia looked like a modern-day princess in a strapless fishtail dress with matching gloves and a tiara.

Each guest also received a bachelorette party

Each guest also received a bachelorette party “survival kit” personalized with Georgia’s name, cookies with the raunchy phrase “Same c**k forever,” and phallic-shaped sticks.

For makeup, the toothpaste company owner sported winged eyeliner and blush

For makeup, the toothpaste company owner sported winged eyeliner and blush

Matthew, meanwhile, looked sharp on his trip down the aisle, dressed in a white blazer, black dress pants and a black bow tie.

Georgia mother Fiona owns cardboard giant Visy and is worth $3.4 billion, while her father Raphael – who is also on the Forbes Rich List – owns a 40% stake in plastics maker Pact .

Her grandfather Richard Pratt, a Polish-born immigrant whose family fled to Australia months before the German invasion, was a prominent figure in Melbourne society until his death on April 29, 2009.

Georgia posed for selfies with her guests at the flamboyant do

Georgia posed for selfies with her guests at the flamboyant do

Georgia married Matthew over the weekend, exchanging vows in an opulent wedding in Melbourne.  (The couple are pictured at their wedding)

Georgia married Matthew over the weekend, exchanging vows in an opulent wedding in Melbourne. (The couple are pictured at their wedding)

Former Australian Grand Prix Ambassador Georgia spent seven years modeling in Australia, London and Los Angeles before leaving the industry to start a non-toxic toothpaste brand in 2020.

In 2020, she launched Gem, a clean beauty company specializing in oral care that replaces chemicals with natural ingredients.

Her new husband, Matthew, is the managing director of James Richardson Investments, part of a furniture, hospitality, property and retail company headquartered in north Melbourne.

The company is best known for its duty-free outlets at airports and border crossings in Australia and the Middle East.

James Richardson is a household name in Israel thanks to his multiple stores at Ben Gurion Airport, Israel.

She looked like a modern-day princess in a strapless fishtail dress with matching gloves and a tiara

She looked like a modern-day princess in a strapless fishtail dress with matching gloves and a tiara

Social media photos show the happy couple exchanging vows under an outdoor chuppah (a Jewish wedding canopy) surrounded by friends and family

Social media photos show the happy couple exchanging vows under an outdoor chuppah (a Jewish wedding canopy) surrounded by friends and family

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