top of page

Jade and Hugh’s Intimate Elopement at Tiffany’s Maleny



Bride and groom wedding confetti photo at Tiffany's in Maleny Queensland Australia
Jade and Hugh confetti photo Tiffanys Maleny

When Jade and Hugh decided to tie the knot, they envisioned a day filled with intimacy, exclusivity, and a relaxed vibe. The couple and their two beautiful boys drove four hours south to Maleny in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Queensland, to celebrate their love. It was their dream to have an intimate elopement at Tiffanys in Maleny.



Bride and Groom having photos in the gardens at Tiffany's Maleny Queensland Australia
Jade and Hugh in the stunning Gardens at Tiffany's Maleny

Their story began in 2014 when they met through a mutual friend. Love blossomed, and three years later, they welcomed their first baby. Almost a year after that, Hugh planned a spectacular engagement, surprising Jade and baby Ronan with a helicopter trip to a private beach. A beautiful picnic was set up, and the romantic proposal took place.

Jade eagerly started planning the wedding but quickly became overwhelmed, deciding to put it off for another day. In 2022, baby Finley arrived, making life even more hectic for the family, and wedding planning was once again put on hold. Finally, just a few months before their wedding in February 2024, they decided it was now or never. Enter the team at Elope to Sunshine Coast!

Their destination dream wedding came to life at Tiffany’s in Maleny, a location renowned for its stunning views, charming chapel, and lush grounds. But what made their wedding truly unique was the decision to elope on a Monday, securing a private and magical experience. There's no need for a weekend wedding when you're inviting only your nearest and dearest - just 18 of their favourite family and friends.

Bride and groom in front of wedding welcome sign
Elopement at Tiffanys Chapel in Maleny

Jade and Hugh's colour palette was stunning, featuring flowers in shades of pink, peach, and a touch of blue that beautifully complemented their country-style wedding. 

Jade wore a sophisticated ivory satin wedding gown featuring a sweetheart neckline and a stylish split. Their boys complemented their dad in a classic navy and beige colour scheme, perfectly matching the overall theme.


The Tiffanys Chapel with amazing hinterland views
Chapel Wedding at Tiffanys in Maleny Sunshine Coast Hinterland

What attracted our couple to Tiffany’s? 

Tiffany's offers a charming and sophisticated venue with a beautifully designed chapel and meticulously maintained grounds, perfect for a romantic and intimate ceremony. Inside the chapel, you'll find stunning shiny wood floors, exquisite architecture, and a giant window offering breathtaking views of the lush countryside and mountains. As a chic blank canvas, the chapel allows couples to add their personal touches. Jade and Hugh, for instance, included a welcome sign and scattered romantic rose petals down the aisle. The chose to have the Champagne and Charcuterie Package to relax and celebrate after their ceremony. This was set up in the chapel in the Air conditioning! February is always hot :) White plinths are also available inside the chapel for flower arrangements, adding a touch of beauty and colour.


Wedding flowers on signing table at Tiffanys Maleny
Wedding bouquet Tiffany's Maleny

Jade and Hugh were staying in Mooloolaba beach so decided to book Il Vento Italian Restaurant at the Wharf for their reception dinner.  Elope to Sunshine Coast styled the tables for them and everything looked amazing! They had the most wonderful day celebrating with those that matter in their world.

By utilizing Elope to Sunshine Coast’s services, we can effortlessly provide recommendations and ideas tailored to your vision. We handle all the details, bringing everything together seamlessly, so you can enjoy a stress-free planning experience. Contact us today to discover how we can eliminate the planning headaches and bring your intimate wedding to life!



Reception | Il Vento Italian Restaurant Mooloolaba Il Vento | The Wharf Mooloolaba

Comentários


Featured Posts

Recent Posts

Search By Tags

Follow Us

  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square

Archive

bottom of page