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
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
Where would a wedding planner choose to have her own wedding? Weiwei, founder of Chère, together with her fiance (now husband!) chose to say "yes" at their newly renovated home! We had an intimate (and very much emotional) celebration as we witness the couple exchange their vows after 10 years of courtship. Keeping to a simple setup, the ceremony was a comfortable and pleasant affair for us and the families. The ceremony was followed by the wedding banquet six month later, where the couple went for a more lively and vibrant colour palette but still keeping to the same style of arrangement that was seen during their ceremony.
Photography by Mindy Tan, Mindy Tan Photography
As seen on The Wedding Scoop
The day has arrived, for the Fighters and Warriors of Persol Kelly to prove their worth. Through trials and challenges, the Chief Kungfu Master will impart 3 secret martial art moves to the Fighters and Warriors.
Fighters gotta fight! And with that, the overarching concept of this Dinner and Dance is to bring across the vision that Persol Kelly team will continue to fight for greater heights, as one team.
The concept was vintage, both in the Oriental and Western sort of way. Joshua and Ashley celebrated their wedding over two weekends across two cities - Malacca and Singapore. The local setting of Malacca fits the Oriental theme perfectly and it worked out even better when we had the bridal party dressed up in the traditional Qi Pao and Sarong. Back in Singapore, the modern landscape of our garden city had us turning towards a more Western theme, showcasing hints from The Great Gatsby (think gold, pearl and of course, feathers!).
Malacca - Kua
Singapore- Mindy, Mindy Tan Photography
The Anniversary Gala celebrates the story and milestone of CLP over the past 70 years. This year, the anniversary also holds a special significance to the Directors of CLP as it is also the first year the gala took place without the presence of the company's founder. This special event was produced with this in mind - to commemorate the founder's contribution and to encourage future generations to continue his good work and bring the company to greater heights!
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
Bounded by their love for singing, Alfred and Kewei's wedding was planned around the idea of an award ceremony, but with a twist - they are the ones giving out the awards! Outstanding awards given to their parents as a form of appreciation, even us as planners received an award from them. Pulling together the entire look and concept, we had a Glitzy Gatsby glamour theme to complement the performances lined up for the couple by their artistes friends and families.
Photography by Yu Hsin, Tinydot Photography
We first met Leei Hong at their cozy little home where she filled us in on the type of wedding they are looking at. We ended the session having decided that her very own balcony will be where Michael and herself will be exchanging their vows! Leei Hong loves herself a bright, cheery and simple ceremony which explains the vibrant set of flowers used for the balcony. The same set of flowers was later brought down to the dining table where they served as table decor as the family enjoyed a four-course meal specially prepared for them by a private chef we engaged. It was such a heartwarming night and is definitely a celebration that is not easy to forget.
Photography by Andri Tei, Andri Tei Photography