Video footage of David Bain wedding
David Bain has married fiancee Liz Davies in Christchurch this afternoon.
The bride arrived in a limousine at Trents Vineyard, a wedding venue near Prebbleton, at about 3pm this afternoon. She had been seen leaving her parents home in another vehicle shortly before 2pm, about the time David Bain arrived at the wedding venue.
David Bain drove his own red Toyota Surf with a horse shoe on the front to the vineyard.
He was wearing a crisp white shirt, a light yellow tie and cufflinks and was accompanied by an unknown woman.
Davies wore a white dress with tiara and full veil.
This morning, long-time supporter Joe Karam told The Press he was in Christchurch for today's ceremony.
The Press has been told the 41-year-old will marry Davies, a primary school teacher at Bishopdale's Cotswold School, at a ceremony in Christchurch this afternoon.
"It's a lovely day - Everybody is looking forward to it," Karam said.
He had spoken to Bain who was "excited" about this afternoon's ceremony.
"Like any normal groom there's a bit of knee bobbling. You get a bit nervous on the day."
Karam said he was neither the best man or a groomsman, but confirmed his two sons were part of the wedding party.
Bain and Davies had turned down lucrative magazine deals, preferring to keep the occasion private.
"The women's magazines all contacted me wanting exclusive rights," Karam said.
"David and Liz turned down what would have been very substantial offers."
He confirmed they were in the range of $30,000 to $50,000.
The wedding was "quite a reasonable" size. He knew up to 40 people going as well as all Davies' family and friends.
"It's a lovely occasion for David and all of his friends."
The former Dunedin student - acquitted of killing five members of his family - proposed to Davies in September 2012.
Details of today's ceremony have been kept under wraps, with guests sworn to secrecy.
David Bain's uncle, Michael Bain was unaware of his nephew's pending nuptials when contacted by Fairfax this morning.
However, he agreed to publicly give his blessing to the union. ''I wish them all the best.''
Michael Bain, of Wellington, is the brother of David Bain's father, the late Robin Bain.
Bain was jailed for 13 years in 1995 after being convicted of killing his parents and three siblings in Dunedin. His supporters have always claimed it was his father who committed the crime.
Bain's conviction was quashed by the Privy Council in 2007 and a retrial in 2009 found him not guilty.
He has applied for compensation for wrongful imprisonment with estimates suggesting he could be in line for a $2 million payout if successful.