Originally from Victoria, Bec now lives in California, where she met her husband-to-be Rob.
While they love their life in California, returning to Australia for the wedding was important to them, and if you’re going to travel all that way you really should make the wedding venue selection impressive! And that they did!
TarraWarra Estate is perched on a hill overlooking Yarra Glen area and the hills beyond. I never tire of the stunning views in this region.
Known as a producer of exceptional Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the first 10 acres of vines were planted in 1983 and are still going strong on the 400 hectares of Yarra Valley farmland.
Located next door to the TarraWarra Museum of Art, the two buildings transition into each other very naturally, with the cellar door hidden away as if part of the hillside.
Bec & Rob readied themselves at a nearby property in Healesville before heading to the venue for a late afternoon ceremony on the lawn in front of the cellar door and restaurant.
Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed drinks and canapes on the deck while the newly married couple and their photographer wandered around the grounds for photos before rejoining the guests for dinner in the restaurant.
With dinner enjoyed and speeches laughed and cried at, Bec & Rob led their guests to the cellar door for dancing and more fine wine. I like the use of the 2 different spaces over the course of the evening – it kept the guests interested and got everyone up on their feet and dancing.
All the very best to you both Bec & Rob, we hope you get to visit Australia often.