Plans to renovate a property was the beginning of Jill and Ian’s love story.
The couple met seven years ago at Jill’s work where she was the local Home Finance Manager and Ian at the time was looking at renovating his property.
On Valentine’s Day, known as the most romantic day of the year, Ian got down on one knee and proposed at a romantic dinner while on holiday in Canada.
With the pandemic having forced many major events to be cancelled in the past, the couple were both over the moon for the day to go ahead. No matter the very cold days prior or the rain, the wedding was just as magical as they could have imagined.
The ceremony took place on the Seppeltsfield Winemaker’s Lawn, along with a reception at the Seppeltsfield Vintage Cellar. It was most certainly a day to remember for both the couple and the 70 Queensland guests who all got a taste of the Barossa.
Jill wore a white Lily Couture from Pronovias with a white full lace train while Ian wore a Wil Valour tailor made blue blazer, cream pants and mauve shirt.
The bride’s attendants were Kylee Burton, Kylie Derksen and Steph Dover.
The groom’s attendants were Maddi Lewis and in cardboard cut-out form, Jason Lewis.
Created by Make It yours – Cakes & Cupcakes, the 3 tier cake included layers of red velvet, white chocolate, raspberry and caramel mud.
The couple travelled to the Beach Club located in Hamilton Island, Queensland for their destination honeymoon.
Jill is the daughter of Robyn and Greg Mulvena of Gladstone, Queensland and Ian is the son of Pat and Don Lewis of Gawler, South Australia.