We get the best of both world! The fabulous outdoor wedding and very smooth and romantic wedding banquet. Nothing is impossible with God! Amen to that!
(Did I mention that we love our wedding and is not apologetic to flaunt it? Like the ol’ saying, if you have it, flaunt it! )
So here is the sneak peek of our wedding banquet@ Conrad. I love black & white and it was no secret. I also absolutely love my Hellen dress. It is supposed to be a Katya dress by Monque Lhuillier, but we detoured so much that I scrapped the original plan and just go with my style. Big kudos to team at Di Gio, Josephine and Casey!
Love the Calla Lily bouquet
my Hellen dress
The dramatic First Dance
The bride with her brother
with Andrew my boss. Gosh, I love the birdcage headpiece. Thanks, Chris!
Finally pay off, love the setting!
Everybody was looking very classy that night!
We had a 3rd trial mock up before our food tasting. We are happy with the result, but we will make adjustment to the details. My vision of having Black-White-Tiffany Blue wedding is going to be materialized. This tablescapes is not the final one. I am saving the best for last…
I am having a centerpiece meltdown. When we decided to book Conrad Hotel, we didn’t look into the importance of table setting, decoration and lighting. Table setting didn’t concern us as much as the service attitude, food taste, and ambience. But nearer to the date, I face a big challenge to decorate the table setting according to my theme. I’m still learning about table setting, so it’s trial and error until I get the right feel.
There is a perfect solution for my dilemma. Hire a good wedding planner to do a venue decoration, but it cost us minimal 10.000 SGD. Currently, we are in no position to spend that much, since our budget is pretty much fixed. Maybe if we have considered this option earlier, we can adjust our priorities, but now is too late.
So the solution is me and my creative brain.
Here are some of Conrad’s table setting:
How to transform to a White-Black-Tiffany-theme? The answers are research and trial, and keep trying! I am so fortunate my coordinator understands the challenge I am facing, Catheryn is very patient and helpful with me. She know my case is different. I neither use their standard theme nor I hire a professional decorator. Pweehhhh…..I am up to the challenge!