I think the photos tell the story of the excitement that filled the air when Alana walked down the aisle at beautiful Ayers House! How smitten is Alana! It shows all over her face when she first turned the corner of the aisle and then connected with her groom! As Alana spoke her vows to her “most treasured Arron” and Arron promised to “nurture, care, love and cherish” her, we all felt that that random bus trip wasn’t so random at all. As a consequence, the singles at the ceremony were busy googling Sealink travel to try their luck!
Arron and Alana were the kind of couple that you would love to photograph every weekend!
They met on a bus travelling around Kangaroo Island – they kept catching each other’s eye – until it was all too much and they had to talk! Alana decided Arron was from Sydney. Little did she know her luck! He was an Adelaide boy.
Arron had to be pretty amazing because Alana is a twin to Chloe and they did EVERYTHING together – they even did the same uni degree. So…it takes a force to reckon with that sort of attachment, but Arron is so genuine and warm and caring that Alana couldn’t resist!
Before I go, I must mention the bridal party were awesome! The best man had never been to a wedding before let alone given a speech. You would have never known! Such a fun group of people to spend the day!
Speccy winter wedding guys!
Gorgeous bridal florals: Rosalie Pappas of Everyday Gourmet
Chauffeur: Saxon Bell – complete with a personalised ‘Arron and Alana’ on the door of the Combi
Wedding Gown – Bridal on Pulteney (fact – the gown is now branded ‘Alana’ as she was the first bride in South Australia to wear the design)
Bridesmaids’ Dresses – Alannah Hill
Groomsmen’s Suits – Ben Sherman
Ceremony and Reception Wedding Venue – Ayers House
Photo Venue 1 – Adelaide Botanic Gardens
Photo Venue 2 – Adelaide Arcade
Photography – Verity Edgecombe Photography