The New Zealand woman who caught Nicole Kidman's wedding bouquet had to leave the coveted flowers at the airport when she discovered she wasn't allowed to fly out of Australia carrying plants. Retirement village manager EVELYN WHITE, best friend of groom Keith Urban's mother MARIENNE (corr), claims New Zealand's bio-security laws would have made it impossible for her to cross the Tasman Sea with her prized possession. The celebrity couple tied the knot in a lavish wedding ceremony at Cardinal Ceretti Memorial Chapel near Sydney, Australia on 25 June (06). Kidman carried an elegant bouquet of white roses and gardenias, which were arranged by Sydney florist SIMONE GOOCH. White was able to score the prestigious prize when it landed near her after Kidman's bouquet toss from a balcony missed a group of women waiting to catch it. She quips, "What can a girl do when it falls at her feet?" A disappointed White reluctantly handed the ultimate celebrity wedding souvenir back to Mrs Urban and the country singer's father, BOB, when she learned she would be forced to leave it behind.