Having a great suit for the guys at a wedding will have an affect on the way they feel and the way the guys look in your wedding photography
Below is the transcript from my interview with Elke from Diamond Weddings an the Gindurra Park at Somersby on the Central Coast. If you’d rather listen to my interview about everything you need to know about ordering, choosing, buying or hiring mens wedding attire for your wedding on the Central Coast, Newcastle or the Hunter Valley, head over to this page.
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Andrew: It’s Andrew from Impact Images. I’m here with Elke from Diamond Weddings, up at Gindurra Park, up at Somersby. And Elke specializes in suits for guys and I just want to get a bit of idea today Elke about what’s involved in ordering a suit for my wedding, for a guys wedding and just what things they should look at or consider before they actually pick their suit. So maybe you want to start with telling us a little bit about you and your experience in the business, and how long have you been here?
Elke: Okay, well, basically I’ve been in the industry for 18 years, in men’s suit hire and in retail. I’ve owned the business now for just over a year but I’ve been doing it for a very long time. Basically the place to start with your suit hire and suit purchases is really between the bride and groom. They need to come in, show us the colours that you’ve got available for your girls and what you’re having for the bride. And then we look at what colours are going to go best with the suits. So if you’ve got, say, a pink or a soft colour, you put it with maybe a soft coloured suit like a pale grey or beige. Whereas if you have a bold colour, some people, like a sage green or something like that, that might be nice with a black suit or maybe you want more of a formal look, that’s something you need to think about whether you want more of a casual look or a softer look, or a formal look. Now a formal look would be something along the lines of a dinner suit with a bow-tie you can do. Or you can do it just with a vest, a shirt and tie. Whereas you’re more casual look, some people still keep the tie and they go in a lighter colour. Others go with an open-neck shirt with a vest, no jacket maybe, some of them will go with the jacket. It’s really down to you but that’s something that we discuss with you when you come in and work through it with your colours and your colour palette and work out what’s the best colour for you. Also, it comes down to what’s the best cut for the groom and for the groomsmen..
Andrew: So you mentioned dinner suits then. What’s a dinner suit?
Elke: Okay a dinner suit is generally something that you wear to a black tie function. So it’s a sort of thing that you’d see in the old movies and things like that where you’ve got the nice satin lapel on the jacket so that your lapel is your collar. You have a bow-tie, maybe a dinner shirt which has got the wing collar on it, sometimes a cummerbund or a vest, but it’s really a formal look. Some people class a tuxedo as that, but other people class a tuxedo as your tails. You do that as well.
Andrew: So you’re not going to wear a dinner suit to a beach wedding.
Elke: No, you’re not and look, it really comes down to the dress code that the bride and groom want to put on their invitations. If you’re wanting a black tie wedding, then yes, you’ve got your bow-tie, you’ve got your dinner suit and that’s what your guests are expected to wear. Whereas if you’re going to put something like lounge suit or smart casual, then they’re going to turn up in nice pants, shirt and tie, maybe, maybe without a tie. Lounge suit will definitely would be with a jacket and a tie. So your wedding party needs to reflect that so whether it’s the same as what your dress code is or not, it’s up to you. But generally, it’s just that little step up.
Andrew: Sure, so you want be a little bit better dressed than the rest of your guests.
Elke: Exactly. Yes.
Andrew: That’s the idea, isn’t it? So look, I know that a lot of girls will read and listen to this recording, also read the transcript or the article, and they got, the guys can actually come up here and order the suits on their own, won’t they? Without the girls?
Elke: Quite often, but not always. We quite often find that the brides are happy to trust their guys to come up here and do it all by themselves. But more often than not, we actually just see bride and groom first. They go through the choosing process with us of what they want, what colours are going to work and everything like that and then they send in the guys in later because it’s too hard with all of your groomsmen sitting here. You get all these different opinions, you also feel like you’ve got to rush, somebody’s got to be somewhere when they leave, and you don’t have the time to spend. So it’s generally better with the bride and groom here first.
Andrew: So it’s like a two-step ordering process. The first one is making those initial choices and then the next one is the fitting with the guys.
Elke: Exactly. Now the other thing with the fitting with the guys is you don’t actually have to get all the guys here at once. One of the most common questions I get asked is ‘Look I’ve got groomsmen over in western Australia, or one in Queensland, or one’s overseas. Can I just get them measured and send the sizes over?’ And the answer’s like ‘Yes, you can. It’s not going to be as accurate, but yes, you can do that.’ So we’ve quite often find that’s the case and you don’t have to get all the guys here at once either. They might work in Sydney and they might work different times, it’s a nightmare sometimes trying to get everyone in the one place at once. So we say to people ‘Just sort out your order forms, we’ll work out all the styles and everything and get everyone’s names down and then the guys can come in one by one whenever suits them, you just give them a deadline of when you want it done by, I’ll tell you the deadline that I need it done by.’ But normally the brides want it a lot earlier that that.
Andrew: Okay. So just roughly, how long before the wedding do the suits have to be ordered?
Elke: Well look, I would prefer a months notice but most people give me a lot more than that. There are certain times of the year where we need a bit more than that. So, say, you’re having a November wedding or an October wedding. I would say come in June, July. Because it’s a busy season. Okay? Same as January wedding, you have a Christmas break, you want to be in early. March weddings, quite often we’ll get them coming in in January. Okay? So it just depends on the time of year. But I mean, if in doubt, you just give us a call and let us know when your wedding is and we’ll give you that sort of information that you need.
Andrew: Okay, I just want to lay some of the girls fears out there. If the guys come up on their own to choose their suit, and you gave us some good guidelines at the beginning there about different colours for different styles to match with the bridesmaids dresses, and if the guys come up and they say ‘Look, I want a dark suit’ even though the girls are going to be wearing soft pink, so you can make that work? Or you steer the guys onto a better suit for that soft pink colour?
Elke: Well it all really depends. I mean some of them are really adamant that they don’t like the light-coloured suits, don’t like it, hate it, whatever and we’ll move on. So we’ll go for something maybe instead of the black and white, talk about the charcoal. So you just have that softer tone to it than just a harsh black. But it all depends on the colours that we’re working with. I will guide them and give them my honest opinion. Whether they want to take that or not, they don’t have to. It’s just down to them. But I’d rather be honest with them and tell them exactly how it’s going to be and then that way they know where they stand with all of it. So I’ll show them the options of holding the colours up next to each coloured suit and they call sort of say ‘Well, actually I thought I was going go with black, but I think I’m going go with light grey now because I really like that colour together.’ And look if the girls are ever in doubt, they can always come in and have a quick squiz and just check on what’s going on because I mean, we find that often, but depends.
Andrew: Have you ever had to ring a bride and say ‘Look, John’s up here, he’s got his black suit, it’s not going to work with your dress.’
Elke: Look, I’ll tell them if I think it’s really not going to go. We’ve had a couple of cases like that where it’s really been out there where we’ve had a groom wanting to wear a bright red tie and the rest of the colours were soft pinks. So we’ve sort of said to him ‘Look, it’s really not advisable. I think you need to get your bride in here to double check this.’ And we would quite often get him to do that. Now if he doesn’t double check it with her, then we’ve always got a couple of spare ties and things here handy just in case something happens the week of the wedding she says ‘My goodness what has he chosen?’ So we can change that.
Andrew: Okay, that’s great, awesome. And I was going to ask you with the actual colour choices, do the girls or are the guys, when they come up just with a swatch, or a dress..?
Elke: We find mostly they come up with a photo. But it’s great if they can come with a swatch. Now, if they can bring the dress, great. But it just gives us a really good idea of what we’re looking at and it also gives them a visual idea. Not everybody is very visual. They can’t sort of visualize what colour of pinks, what are pink dresses going to look like next to a grey suit, for example. So they need to see that colour next to the suit just to make sure that they can visualize it in their head.
Andrew: Okay. So that’s for bridesmaids dresses. Do you also need then a swatch or a colour from the brides dress for the grooms tie?
Elke: Not necessarily. Normally we find with the bride, it’s going to be white or ivory. In most cases. There’s always exceptions, there’s your blush dresses and things like that. But with the blushes, yes, I do need something to look at. With your whites and ivories, I normally say to them ‘I need to find that, whether it’s white or ivory or an off-white.’ Off-white, I would normally put with ivory shirts. Only reason being is if you put ivory next to white, white will always make ivory look dirty. We don’t want the brides dress to look dirty so we need to find that out and I’m very insistent with the grooms that they tell me that. Now, if the bride doesn’t want the groom to know that, quite often we’ve had the groom ring the bride and put me on the phone and she’s told me. So, that’s fine. Now, the other issue with the swatches that can sometimes arise is that the dress place won’t give you a swatch and it happens a lot. So what I normally suggest to the brides is to go out to one of these places like Bunnings or somewhere that has paint samples, right, the little cards. And you pick up every colour that’s close to your bridesmaids colours or your wedding dress colours. You take them in the shop where you’re getting it from, you hold them up against the dress and you throw out all the ones that are wrong and keep the one that matches. And that gives you a colour swatch to go around to all your various places like your cake decorators and your flowers and things and so you’ve got that colour.
Andrew: Perfect. What a great tip. That’s great!
Elke: And it’s free.
Andrew: Excellent. Okay so what about cuts? I know that there’s going to be all different shaped and sized grooms and also groomsmen. So once you pick the right suit for that groom, do the groomsmen then all wear the same suit?
Elke: Quite often. Normally you’ll find that the groom and groomsmen will all wear exactly the same suit and then you’ll have the difference in your accessories. So normally, we find that the groom would wear, say, all-ivory vests, ivory tie, ivory shirt sort of look to match the bride so that throughout the day they look like a couple. And then the groomsmen would wear the vests that matches the suit. So if it’s a grey suit, a grey vest and vice versa, whichever colour you choose, and then the colour in the tie to match the girls. Now, if we don’t have the colour and the tie to match the girls, some people prefer to go for something neutral. So a silver, or a gold, something like that but mostly we’ve got the colours. And we don’t have it, we can sometimes organize to have those made for you.
Andrew: Okay. So with the actual cut of the suit, it’s all about getting the groom to look great and then we get other guys just to, they’re second in the rank.
Elke: They sort of are. But look, we try to..
Andrew: That’s how it should be
Elke: Yeah. The grooms definitely the most important but most of our suits are the sort of cut that suit most people. They’re very flattering, they’ve got the bit of tapering through the waist, they’ve got the 2 buttons or the 1 button, which gives you a bit of height, it pulls in the waist, hides any tummies that are there. It does all the things that you want it to do, really. So if we spot somebody that sort of says ‘Look, we want a particular suit that I really think isn’t going to work. I will explain to them, I’ll show you this one but I’ll show you the other style that I think is going to be the best cut for you.’ And more often than not they’ll say ‘Okay, I’ll swap to that one.’
Andrew: They can say ‘We look slimmer, we look better.’
Elke: ‘I look skinny. I look good.’ So yeah.
Andrew: Okay, that’s easy. So really get the guys, the groom sorted first and his colour and then the rest just flows on down the line.
Andrew: And I know that most of the suits I can see here are 2 button suits and I know that at some weddings I go to, a 3 button. Is there a difference? Is it just a different style of cut or that’s the modern look?
Elke: Well the most popular look is your 2 button and 1 buttons are very popular at the moment too. Mainly because they suit everybody. The 3 buttons, you’re limited with the people that they suit because they do up a lot higher, if you’ve got a tummy, they actually accentuate the tummy and quite often, that can actually make you look really blocky. Even if they’ve got tapering through the waist, they can still make you look really blocky because this jacket does up so high. So they don’t give you that sort of tall, slimming look that the 2 or 1 button will give you.
Andrew: So then at the ceremony, say, if the guys have got a 2 button suit, often they’re like ‘Yeah, do we do up 1 button or 2 buttons? Or do we leave then undone?’ What’s the right look for a 2 buttons suit?
Elke: For a 2 button, I would normally say, do both up, but look, if they want 1 undone, and want a little bit more relaxed look, make sure the top one’s done up definitely and the bottom one, you can sometimes have it undone.
Andrew: Sure, that’s easy. If it’s a single button, you obviously can have it done up or undone.
Elke: Done up or undone. Yep.
Andrew: Okay. And then what about the summertime weddings? I’m doing a lot of weddings, say, surf clubs or beach or outdoor ceremonies, February can be so humid. What’s the popular suits these days?
Elke: I find that for that sort of situation, that most of them go for the lighter coloured suits and they go without a jacket. So they’ll just hire the pants, shirt, vest and tie and they have the tie for the ceremony, they take it off. So you’ve got a nice formal photo with the bride and then you take it off for the reception so you’re comfortable. But then some people go without the tie altogether. So they have the open-necked shirt with a vest. But the great thing about having the vest is a lot of people sort of say to me ‘We don’t think we really want vests.’ And the main thing that I point out to people about that is that when you take your jacket off at the end of the night, once you’ve got through the ceremony, you get to the reception, you take the jacket off, the guys normally take the tie off too. If they don’t have a vest on, they’re just in pants and shirt, which is far more casual than the rest of the guests. Whereas if you’ve got the vest, it’s not too cumbersome, it’s not too hot, but it just dresses them up that little bit and they still look nice.
Andrew: And they stand out.
Elke: Yeah, they do.
Andrew: ‘There’s the groomsmen, there’s the groom.’ Which is great. Okay. And what about if the guys want to go for a, I guess a bit more of a wedding where you to have the jacket but no tie and no vests. Is that an option?
Elke: Yeah you can do that too. That’s no problem. Anything goes, really. We can work around what your vision is for your wedding. I mean we’ve got a couple of weddings at the moment where they’re wearing sneakers. Like a really trendy look with loose pants, so we’re fitting the trousers so they’re loose and they’ve got the sneakers and that sort of thing and the braces, we’ve done a few gangster style weddings with the trilby hats, so your fedoras, braces, long jackets and pants and whites for the shoes. So it really is up to you what you want to do.
Andrew: So they have a vision and you guys can make that happen.
Elke: We can try and make that happen for you, yeah. I mentioned shoes before with you, sneakers and things like that. The other thing that I had to mention to you is that with shoes, we do hire shoes. A lot of people have got their own shoes. But we sell shoes as well, same as we sell suits. So, say for example someone wants to buy theirs, they can hire some suits, buy some suits.
Andrew: So that’s from the same bridal party? The groom might hire his but a groomsman might choose to buy it.
Elke: Exactly. And so in that case, the person who’s buying it, they have the option then of hiring the accessories, so your shirt, vest and tie. Or they can buy them. It just depends on the cost of what suits their budget.
Andrew: Okay, and when they buy the suit, they’re obviously getting the same suit as the groom or the rest of the groomsmen. Is that a 2nd hand suit?
Elke: No. definitely not. It’s brand new.
Andrew: Okay so they’re going to look smart have a brand new suit.
Elke: Exactly, and they got it to wear again later.
Andrew: Great, okay. Excellent. And you mentioned pants a little bit earlier. So is it different cut pants for different guys?
Elke: There are different cuts within the suits, but normally you would keep the same style of pants throughout the wedding because otherwise you’re going to see a bit of difference. So there are slimmer cuts. They’re not super skinny, they still have a bit of room to move in them but they’re all adjustable on the waist so we’ve got a bit of play as far as too much, you can let them out during the night. It just gives you a bit more comfort, really. And we’ve got the classic cut trousers that have the pleats in them as well.
Andrew: So once the groom decides, again groomsmen will run with that same theme.
Elke: Yeah, exactly and I would talk to the guys too. I mean if you’ve got a groom who’s quite slim and you know that his guys are biggish blokes, you would probably say look, I’d probably say that the flat front trousers for you and maybe go pleated for the rest of the guys because you don’t want one different, unless it’s just the groom.
Andrew: Okay, sure. And let me ask you too, a thing that comes up at a lot of weddings, I get there a photograph and the guys are standing around and they’re like ‘I haven’t got a belt.’ or some have got belts and some haven’t – with trousers, if you’ve got loops, you should have a belt, shouldn’t you?
Elke: Well, if they’ve got a vest, they don’t need a belt.
Andrew: Because it’s covered?
Elke: Because it’s covered. And the other thing is, is that it can sometimes cause a big bulky sort of section around the middle were under the vest. So generally if they’ve got a vest, I’d say no belt. But if they’re going without a vest, I’d say yes, wear a belt. But there are some trousers that don’t require a belt as well.
Andrew: Even if they got belt loops.
Elke: If they’ve got loops, wear belts.
Andrew: Okay. Easy. And then another one that always comes up is ties? I end up doing lots of ties at weddings. So, I turn up to weddings, guys have got YouTube running or they’re looking at diagrams, and they’re all struggling.
Elke: Look, what we actually have is, we have a lot of guys that sort of say ‘I can’t tie a tie.’ We’ll say when you pick up your suits, let me know, I’ll tie them all for you before they leave the shop and they’ll be ready to go, all you’ve got to do is slip them on over your head and tighten them up. So that sort of alleviates some of it, but there are lots of sites and things we can do but I can also teach the guys here if they want to learn how to do it, I could teach them before the wedding. But sometimes they don’t need the stress of it. Sometimes just having it pre-done so they could just put it over their head, tt takes so much stress away.
Andrew: Easy. And it’s not a schoolboy or school knot, is it?
Elke: No, it’s Windsor knot, definitely.
Andrew: It makes a big difference, doesn’t it?
Elke: It does! Well your school boy knot is very lopsided. It’s got a little funny point going up one side, whereas your Windsor knot is a bigger knot and it’s more evenly distributed. It’s more of an even triangle.
Andrew: Okay. And looking around your store, I can see the biggest range of cufflinks I’ve ever seen?
Elke: Yes. We have quite a collection.
Andrew: So obviously the guys pick their own cufflinks, you have different cufflinks for all the different guys if you want or all matching, you can do whatever you want.
Elke: Yeah, you can do whatever you like. And I also can do initials as well. Or you can get the plain ones and have them engraved with something special for the guys too.
Andrew: Groomsmen, best man, groom..
Elke: Or I can actually get those anyway. So you can get them with the black background with groom or groomsmen, best man, father of the bride. You can just do initials and make something nice or maybe put the date of the wedding on it. Do so many things.
Andrew: But you need a particular shirt for cufflinks don’t you?
Elke: Well they do really look better on a shirt with a French cuff. I mean, we do have cufflinks shirts in free range and also that are included in the suit hire price. But the deluxe shirt that has the French cuff just looks so much better with them, but you can do it with either shirt, but it does look better with the French cuff.
Andrew: So just describe for us what a French cuff is.
Elke: So a French cuff is where the cuff actually folds back on itself.
Andrew: So when you first put the shirt on, it’s too long.
Elke: It’s really long, yeah. So you fold that back and then the cufflink goes through all four button holes. Now it sounds complicated, but it’s actually quite simple and one thing I actually notice with cufflinks that not everyone realizes that the little peg at the back of the cufflinks actually pivots, they try and bend it. So you’ve got to make sure you pivot that and then slide that through and then it opens up and that sort of replaces the button on your shirt, not on the suit, it doesn’t go on suit.
Andrew: Very good. What about when the guys, some guys when they, particularly when they buy a suit, I think it’s on some hire suits too, the actual pockets of your stitch. So is that for a reason?
Elke: What happens is when you buy a new suit, and sometimes with a hire suits, they’ll send through a brand new one that hasn’t been worn yet. So they’ll have the top pocket stitched, and the reason for that is basically to keep the suit in its best condition, it stops any sort of drooping of pockets or anything like that in storage or anything like that. You’ll also find that the 2 outer pockets on the front of the hips will be stitched as well. But you won’t need to unpick those, they’re not the sort of pockets that you would use, you would use the interior pockets of the jackets, so inside the breast pocket of the jacket, and also the front one that the pocket hank goes in. So if you find that you’ve got that stitched up, then it’s just a matter of unpicking the little stitches that will be in a completely different colour to the jacket in white or something on a black jacket. So you quickly unpick those and that’s where your pocket hank goes. And the pocket hank normally matches your tie.
Andrew: Sure, okay. Easy.
Elke: So the other thing I’ve noticed too is quite often when people are buying suits, that they’ll leave the little X stitches on the bottom.
Andrew: At the back of the suit, where the split is?
Elke: On the back of the suit where the vents are, yes. They’ll leave the stitching there. So those little X’s need to be unpicked, also the little label that sits on the left-hand wrists need to be unpicked as well.
Andrew: Even if it’s a trendy brand?
Elke: Even if it’s a trendy brand. Yes..
Andrew: Because I know some guys like to leave that there. It’s definitely got to come off.
Elke: Yes, definitely.
Andrew: Okay, and then you mentioned a little bit, a little bit back there about prices. Can you give us an idea of what guys pay to hire suit and to buy a suit?
Elke: To hire a suit, they range between $120 and $250. But the most popular styles I find tend to be between the $180 and $230 mark. Now that price that I’m equating, with the $230, for example, that includes your jacket, your trouser, your shirt, vests, tie and pocket hanks. So it’s your whole outfit except for shoes. Because we don’t include the shoes in it because not everyone wants to hire shoes. Some people want to use their own. Then if you’re looking at buying.
Andrew: You were saying about actually at buying a suit? That’s an option as well?
Elke: Yep. So in most cases, we find that most popular prices for the retail suits would be around about the $399 bracket. So they tend to be suits that are available in the higher range that everyone wants at the moment. So they’re $399 for your jacket and trousers. And then you’ve got your accessories on top, so it’s up to you whether you want to buy the accessories – so $90 for your vest or $70 for your shirt, that sort of thing. Or if you want to just hire the outfit for underneath. Now, your vest hire, you’re looking around about $55 and your shirts vary between $30 and $40 and your tie and hank to hire is $25.
Andrew: Okay. So that gives everyone a great idea of what to expect. So what about actually pick-up and drop-off. Is that sort of the day before the wedding?
Elke: Definitely not, definitely not. So what happens is the week of the wedding, normally the wedding’s on a Friday, Saturday, Sunday. The suits would normally arrive in-store on the Monday or Tuesday. Once they’re here, they can be picked-up, taken home. The guys can try them on at home, or they can try them on here. They need to be paid for obviously before they leave the store. But they can try them on, if there’s any dramas, they can ring me and we can change anything over the phone, I can organize for a replacement to be sent through. Either that or they can come in and I can do minor alterations in-store. That leaves them with plenty of time before the wedding so there’s no last minute rushing around and everything’s under control and they know that it’s alright. Returning the suits they need to be returned first working day after use. So for a Friday or Saturday wedding, you return it on the weekend or on the Monday.
Andrew: Okay, right. That’s easy. So the worst thing a groom or his groomsmen can do is try the suit on for the first time the morning of the wedding.
Elke: Yes. Look, obviously sometimes it’s unavoidable. The worst case scenario is somebody will come in sort of the day before the wedding or they fly-in from somewhere, they’ll try it on the night before the wedding and if by chance there is something that needs changing, they’ll pop up on a Saturday and I’ll fix it up for them and make sure that it’s okay. In most cases, I’ve got replacements stock here, and I can do alterations on the spot out the back so it’s not a major drama but it’s generally advisable not to try things on the day of the wedding because it’s just too risky and too stressful.
Andrew: Say, worst case scenario, they’re an hours drive away, they’ve tried it on just before the wedding and there’s something amiss, is it okay then for Mum to get in there with a needle and thread and just make some alterations? I know you prefer not to…
Elke: Look, you’d prefer not to but if it meant that it was just stitching up a hem or something like that, or moving a button on a shirt, no problem. If it involves cutting something, then it’s an issue.
Andrew: Call first.
Elke: Yeah. And you don’t do it, no cutting because most things are not that bad. They’re normally just a minor thing that needs doing anyway. Might just be that the button’s a little bit tight around the neck or something like that.
Andrew: Okay. And just to finish off, I guess it’s pretty rare these days to see tails and top hats, and things like that.
Elke: But we can do that.
Andrew: Okay so people can still get those if they want to go with that theme?
Elke: Yeah, exactly. Yeah we can get the canes and the gloves and top hats. As I said before, we can get the trilbies, which are your fedora hats and they’re great for the gangsters. And quite often, in those sorts of cases you get people who will theme their wedding party so that they’ll have the cufflinks in like the poker chips and ace of spades and guns and bullets and skulls and things like that. So that they’ll have a bit of a gangster theme going on. So can have a bit of fun with that.
Andrew: Excellent. That’s great.
Elke: The other thing I needed to mention to you too is that we do children’s suits.
Andrew: Okay, so page boys?
Elke: Yeah, we do. We can hire them in most cases, there are couple of styles that we can’t get in children’s sizes but we have our own range of retail suits for children. Now they start at $90 to buy, so it’s a lot cheaper than anywhere else around and it means that they’re not paying the hire costs for these little kids.
Andrew: Excellent, that’s great. Just tell me again, so how can people find you?
Elke: By phoning us. Phone us at 4340-5251 or they can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Andrew: And the website was?
Elke: And the website is www.diamondweddings.com.au
Andrew: And you guys are up at Gindurra Park up at Somersby?
Elke: We are and we’re open 7 days a week. We have shorter hours ,but we are open 7 days a week.
Andrew: Great, thanks Elke!
Elke: My pleasure.