Weddings at Tiffanys

Wedding at Tiffanys

Kelci & Mitch

Guest Numbers


Length of engagement

3 years & 6 months


This sounds cliche but, enjoy every moment and don't sweat the small things.  The day absolutely flies by and is over in a flash. Everything happens for a reason!

Notes from the lovers


What did you love most about having a wedding at Tiffanys?

When we first went and looked at Tiffany's it was the chapel that won us over. The view through the window is absolutely breath taking!
And 20 minutes before the ceremony was due to start, I could tell my bridesmaids were hiding something from me. I finally got it out of them that the cake hadn't turned up. They thought I was going to freak out but what can be done so close to the start. I had just said, it is what it is and forgot about it as I was about to get married. After the ceremony finished and we were back from getting our photos, our wedding coordinator came to us and said the wonderful chefs at Tiffanys had made us a cake! This was just another reason why I would recommend Tiffanys over and over again to anyone getting married. They were simply amazing throughout the entire process and made our day even better!

Photographer: Jennifer Oliphant

Cinematographer: Castle & Crown

Florist: Tiffany's Flowers

Celebrant: David Webber Marriage Celebrant

Bride’s Accommodation: Balmoral 575

Groom’s Accommodation: Beulah House
venue, Catering & Cake: Wedding at Tiffanys

Invites: Blue Bird Invitations

Wedding Website: Minted (

Place Cards: The Paper Tales

Charger Plates & Napkins: Stellar Hire

Cutlery: Gold Wedding Hire

Entertainment: Love Note Music

Welcome Sign & Seating Chart: Etsy

Cake Topper: Etsy

Ring Box: ETSY

Bridal Bouquet Charm Pendant: ETSY

Photo Booth: iShoot Photo Booth
Bridal gown designer: Wedding Societe

Veil & Bridal Boutique: White Lily Couture

Shoes: Famous Footwear

earrings: The Luxe Bride

Hair: Evalyn Parsons

Makeup: Jordan Macklin MUA

Bridesmaid dresses: Whtie Fox Boutique

Robes: Le Rose

Bridal Bouquet Silk Ribbon: Etsy

Flower Girl Dress: JJsHouse

Labels on Glasses while getting ready: labels with love
Suits & Bow tie: Hallenstein Brothers

Groom Shoes: Mathers Shoes

Page Boy Suits: Ollies Place


How did you find the planning process?

I took charge and did most of the planning for our Wedding at Tiffanys. I had the best time planning and seeing the whole day come together. I definitely turned to my bridesmaids for a lot of help throughout the process and on the odd occasion my fiance (now husband). Leading into the wedding, I felt like I had everything planned out so well that there was minimal stress and everything came together just as I imagined.

Were there any tools or things that really helped? Instagram and Pinterest definitely helped me to be able to envision how I wanted everything to look and also looking through our venues instagram to get inspiration.


Must have's for the day?

My must haves for our Wedding at Tiffanys were the photographer and videographer. Only 2 months into our marriage and I can't tell you how many times I have watched our wedding video and looked back at the photos. This is how we remember and reminisce on our day.


Tell us about your styling and colour palette!

I absolutely love the colour palette of our Wedding at Tiffanys. I am so glad I went with those colours. We were supposed to get married in September 2020 but due to circumstances out of our control, we postponed it to May 2021. Leading into the original wedding date, I had absolutely everything planned. The colours were olive green and white. The bridesmaids had dresses and table settings were all in that colour theme. After postponing, I wasn't feeling it anymore and ended up changing everything. We changed the bridesmaids dresses first, which meant we then had to change the entire colour palette of the florals and the table settings also. I am so glad that's how it turned out because it was absolutely perfect!