A Southern Highlands Wedding with a Hint of DIY
Alana + Dom celebrate in timeless contemporary style at Peppers Manor House on Southern Highlands.
Destination – Sutton Forest, NSW Southern Highlands
Hair – Visionary Hair
Floral Styling – Absolutely Flowers
Dance Band – Lisa Hunt, Forever Soul
Celebrant – Sue Jackman
Videography – Notebook Films
Alana + Dom’s laid-back style set the tone for their big day. While Sydney dwellers, they’re very much into nature, growing their own fruit and veg at their Jamberoo weekender. With all its grand rural charm Peppers Manor House, Southern Highlands was a perfect fit for them. On my reccy, I found some secret offerings around the grounds to later explore with Alana + Dom, if they were up for it.
In the first photographs, Alana’s ballet slippers show her personal style. Originally from Morocco, I caught Dom looking mischievous and boyish while pushing their ‘just got married’ bicycle.
This adventurous couple weren’t afraid to add some great DIY touches, making it very much their day. They brought ornamental deer antlers from their weekender and some homemade beeswax candles. Being into yoga, each reception table was given a spiritual naming.
What’s the deal?
People ask me so what’s the deal with the photo of Dom with the axe next to Alana with a cheeky glance? It says more about these two being up for fun than anything specific about axes, wood piles and brides with cheeky looks!
Such a great pair, their chilled energy’s just what we love at Two Creeks. Also love those long weddings, turning up early and not leaving before the dance floor shenanigans end. Alana + Dom were not afraid to be real at their destination wedding.
After party fun
Not held back by convention, Alana rocked to Guns and Roses and sang beautifully along with the wedding band at the after party. As a bride, her fearlessness was infectious. Partying Alana + Dom style was awesome. Thanks you two.