Instead of a traditional altar, Keong Wee & Vicky exchanged their vows under a big raintree with streaming ribbons & flowers - a truly beautiful setting for an outdoor ceremony with the birds witnessing the lovely union! We also brought the lush greenery to the tables and being architects, we added miniature figurines to the centrepieces for a fun touch!
Photography by Mindy, Mindy Tan Photography
As seen on Style Me Pretty
The inspiration for the styled shoot stemmed from Soori’s very own story (and mainly its architecture). This styled shoot was conceptualized with the hope of creating a look that not only fits in but also complements with the existing design and features that are unique to Soori Bali.
The colour scheme remains largely neutral with ivory as the main focus but accentuated with shades of blue for a calming effect. Overall, an airy look was maintained for the shoot to bring about the peace and tranquility that Soori Bali is known for. For the dining shoot in the evening, a rather whimsical touch is added to bring about a more magical look.
Photography by Anargya Photography
As seen on Wedding Chicks
The moment we met Joey and Rita, we knew they were a special pair. Their love for each other cannot be missed and this was evident in the way they both went great lengths to prepare a surprise performance for each other. This was kept a secret throughout the planning process!
Joey and Rita both took time in between work and wedding planning, squeezing in time to practise during their individual lunch breaks. We were all touched with Joey's presentation of a wedding classic - “Can’t help falling in love with you” on the ukulele while Rita put a piano spin to Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect”. The wedding was kept cozy and intimate and the setting was perfect for the chef at Capella's Chef Table to personally present the wedding menu to the guests during the reception.
Photography by Kelvin, Renatus Photography
The wedding of KC & Evelyn was full of surprises (pleasant ones of course!). It started with KC appearing as Stormtropper with his fellow Darth Vaders. They kicked off gatecrash with a surprise dance which brought much laughter and joy. In the evening, Evelyn surprised KC by singing a medley of mandopop together with her talented sister! And because the wedding also happens to be Evelyn's dad birthday, we also surprised him with a birthday cake! It was a night full of love and no one is complaining!
Photography by Yu Hsin of Tinydot
As seen on The Wedding Scoop
Elizabeth loves tulip and on one of their trips to Amsterdam, Elizabeth took a picture of a lovely tulip that coincidentally shares the same name as the groom, Nick. And that was what inspired the concept and colours of the wedding of Nick and Elizabeth. The picture of the tulip Elizabeth took was then adapted in the wedding stationery design. We also blew it up and frame it in a gallery style wall that serves as the grand backdrop for the dinner reception. There, it stood magnificently on stage where many heartfelt speeches were delivered and a champagne canon was popped!
Photography by Joe & Marcus of Acapella
Inspired by the love for hydrangeas, the entire wedding theme revolves around the purplish pink hydrangea; the hydrangea dominated the stationery designs and the cake was sprinkled with dainty hydrangea sugar flowers as well. Yao Hui and Cheng Cheng made full use of The White Rabbit with different parts of their celebration transitioning through the venue.
Photography by Mindy Tan Photography
As seen on The Wedding Scoop
Originally from Australia, both Kane and Vicky decided to tie the knot here in Singapore. And with so many of their guests flying in from all over the world, a travel theme seem quite the right fit. Vintage elements were then added to the concept because that's just Vicky's style! We ended up with a vintage travel theme comprising of a colour palate that is mainly ivory, punctuated by the occasional hints of red and gold. We love how subtle the gold and red were and how they were able to bring out the glamour factor without being too overwhelming.
Photography by KC, Feelm
As seen on Singapore Tatler Weddings
After speaking with Tey Siang in Singapore, we met up with Nari in Korea. We hit it off instantly and the planning journey we had with them was a joyful one. Both Tey Siang and Nari are soft-spoken but have a clear idea of what speaks to them. Nari has a preference for softer hues and it worked well against the colonial set up at Raffles Hotel where the couple had their ceremony followed by an intimate wedding dinner.
Photography by Andri Tei
It was a split day affair. For day one, Paul & Lurvies had an intimate outdoor ceremony held at Bob’s Bar @ Capella. To complement Bob's Bar natural setting we had a simple colour palette made up of ivory, cream and forest green. With the use of flowy drapes and white florals, the look of the wedding was kept soft, elegant and simple. Day two was set in a similar tone with simple and classy décor but with one additional request from Lurvies, which is to have the ballroom bathed in romantic purple hues.
Photography by Androids in Boots | Joshua, The Beautiful Moments | Yu Hsin, Tinydot Photography