Mt Duneed Estate proved to be the perfect spot for Jane and Liam’s weekend-long wedding, being just far enough from Melbourne to justify an overnight stay. The couple said their forevers in the estate’s olive grove, with the legendary Eric Ronald behind the lens.
For their reception, Liam and Jane were free to add their own stamp to the estate’s impressive barrel hall. Jane shares, “Inspiration was moody jewel tones from the very beginning. After choosing Mt Duneed as the venue, we decided to incorporate the industrial vibes too as they have a great barrel hall with metal grape chutes, high steel beams and concrete floor.” To bring their vision to life, the pair approached Jessica Alderton Events who styled the space with rich colours and reo wire, contrasted with an abundance of blooms in burgundy and blush for a luxe, romantic feel.
Jane’s words of wisdom to other couples is to not underestimate the power of professional help. “Have experienced people help you! We managed to enjoy every second of our day as we had so many great vendors and suppliers working behind the scenes. We were able to focus on ourselves and our day.”
Images Eric Ronald | Bride's Dress Galia Lahav | Bride's Shoes Novo | Groom's Suit Institchu | Accessories Jeanette Maree | Hair Momu Hair | Makeup Charlotte Sweetland | Celebrant Bobby Henry | Catering Mt Duneed Estate | Entertainment Luke Matthews | Transport Classic Lincoln Limos | Venue Mt Duneed Estate | Flowers & Styling Jessica Alderton Events | Cake Loveit Cakes | Jane's Rings All Diamonds | Liam's Ring Seahorse Boutique |