As featured on the Ivory Tribe Blog:

From a romantic mountain top proposal, to seamlessly arranging their special day, this perfect pair remained true to their laid-back, loved-up selves.

It was nestled among the olive groves of stunning venue Oyl that local sweethearts Adam and Tiffany stood before their favourite people and vowed to be each other’s forever. Their evening continued at Jack Rabbit, where not even a havock-wreaking storm could stop the relaxed newlyweds from smiling.  It was with the support of much loved and talented family and friends that Adam and Tiffany’s wedding day dreams came to life.

Relaxed romance would best describe their beautiful Bellarine celebration, that lit up the room with love and was captured by Duuet Photography.at8 at7 at6 at5 at4 at3 at2 at1

Ceremony location: Oyl – Owned by Sarah Roe, who is a just such a lovely person, very relaxed and beautiful to deal with.

Reception: Jack Rabbit Vineyard

Celebrant: Leanne Duffy

Photography: Duuet Photography

Styling: Elle from Bloominel

Props: Peppa & Peach Hire and Lush Events

Florist: Bloominel

Hair and make-up: Trish Sousa for make-up and Mehrium Ajaib for Hair. – Both Melbourne girls who travelled to Portarlington for the day and were an absolute delight on the morning of the wedding!

The Dress: Theia – The Bridal Atelier.

Veil: My aunty made my veil for me after I showed her pictures of what I was after

Accessories: I wore my Mum’s pearl earrings, my engagement ring and a rose gold Mimco bracelet given to me by my bridesmaids.

Shoes: Forever New

Rings: Michael Hill

Bridesmaids dresses: My bridesmaids all chose their own dresses. I wanted them to wear white, but asked them to choose something that was their own style. It was important to me that they wore a dress that they loved!

Menswear (shoes, suits, bowties): Connor

Catering: Jack Rabbit Vineyard

Favours: The making of our favors was a bit of a family affair – everyone was so kind in offering their help. We gave our guests succulents that my aunty grew for us and planted in copper tins that my dad collected and painted. We also gave them little bottles of olive oil to represent getting married in the olive groves – Mum was in charge of these!

Cake: Our cake was made by Adam’s talented sister Renae from ‘Cake Love at Pindari’. It was a four tiered semi-naked cake made from white chocolate mud. Each tier had a different flavour ganache: toblerone, caramel and white chocolate.

Stationery / Signage: I designed all of our stationery myself with the help of Eden Nairi’s beautiful calligraphy. Bloominel did our signage and our table numbers came from Thicket and Thatch.