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
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
Nurses Day is a yearly affair and is a day set aside to honour and recognize the contribution of nurses to Singapore. For such an occasion, what better way to show our appreciation to these angels by organizing a day of fun and relaxation for them? In addition to stage entertainment and food, massage stations were set up to pamper the nurses for their all year round of hard work. The event was a great success as the organizing committee members commented this as the best Nurses Day celebration they ever had. Here's to the nurses who have patiently worked alongside the doctors in ensuring the well-being of every patients. They may not be true angels, but they are the next best thing.
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
We never fail to laugh whenever we meet up with Richard & Lidya for appointments and discussions. They bring sunshine wherever they go which makes the planning journey with them an extremely joyful one! Their personalities was translated to their wedding where there is nothing but love and fun. A surprise song performance was put up for the bride by Lidya's sisters and Richard. And Lidya, together with her #teambridesmaids returned the surprise by doing a cheeky dance halfway through the second march-in!
Photography by Sylvester Lim, Gradepixel
As seen on Female Brides Issue 14
More than just a wedding, it was like a wedding vacation for Ariane, Guillaume and their families and friends. All of them flew in from all over the world for a weekend of wedding fun! The guests had a BBQ gathering before the wedding at the couple's condo. The next day, everyone took a ferry to Bintan and the following day all of us saw the couple exchanged their vows against the breathtaking landscape of the island. This was followed by an intimate dinner on the beach under the stars (also made complete with fireworks!) and then ending the celebration with a brunch and a casual dinner the next day!
Photography by Kai, Trouve
As seen on Hitchbird
Together with their friends, Ben and Amanda DIY-ed a number of their wedding details. Being long time friends with Jack (of Jack and Rai), we proposed a duet which Ben was gamed for! So Ben sang with Jack and Rai's support, for the 2nd march in during dinner as he walked from the stage, up the aisle to meet Amanda who is waiting for him at the entrance. Amanda in turn, surprised Ben with a Liverpool scarf which she secretly got her friend to purchase.
Photography by Yu Hsin, Tinydot Photography
As seen on The Wedding Scoop