I haven’t gotten enough of tiffany blue, although last year my world was painted with this shade! This color has become ubiquitous, we did a few weddings with this tone. Personally I always love this green-blue combination. It’s hard to pinpoint what exactly is this shade, but it’s the ambiguity that entices me. I chose tiffany blue-coral-white for my outdoor wedding and black-white-tiffany blue for my indoor. That alone was enough to proclaim my love for tiffany blue. You can call them Robin’s eggs blue, Turquoise, Teal, etc.
Honestly, I wasn’t aware about the trend of Tiffany Blue when I chose the color. I just like this particular color and Breakfast at Tiffany’s is my inspiration. I believe in personal taste rather than trend, so even this color was hot last year, doesn’t mean it’s outdated. Your wedding will last more than a season, so you choose whatever color you like!
Allow me to parade our blue collection from last year. D&D flew to Medan few times last year to plan weddings there. Mind you these are large scale of events with hundred of people, nearly a thousand. Hard to imagine it happening in tiny Singapore, but it did happened. (Thank God for small-intimate wedding *wink*)
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Color Palette : Tiffany – Coral – White
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Color Palette : Tiffany Blue-Purple-White
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Color Palette : Tiffany Blue - Black – White
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Sweet Dream at Goodwood Park Hotel
While we are still waiting for the official photographers to give us the pictures, we want to share the pictures taken by our friends. Justin, one of my college mate, used to work at Vocare Media, a wedding videography and photography company in Singapore. So he also took lovely pictures of the event. Outdoor wedding is about eye candy.
Here’s the pictures by Justin Choo:
This garland was designed by my talented roommate, Clarissa. Made by the guys from our cellgroup during the craft day. Thank you Riska and Yongfu who made this photo gallery possible!
Our catering vendor, Kriston contributed to the whole color scheme by providing us with blue tiffany color desserts. I love the L-O-V-E plates that we bought from Canada. Too bad the cotton candy machine didn’t work as much as we want it. We forget to buy the satay stick to make the cotton candy! Luckily the guys from Kriston was quick to response and they used the extra chopstick from Laksa stall.
Love Jane’s rustic bouquet and Jayson’s grey vest.
This is my money shot. The reason why we chose OMSQ as matrimony venue, is in these shots.
Balloons!! I love it! Thanks to Jesse & Lala’s wedding, I got this mass balloon release ceremony from their wedding. Singaporean, don’t forget to apply license to CAAS if you want to use this idea.
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…
As a self-professed vintage lover, I am a big fan of Ms Hepburn. I watched most of her famous movies, from Roman Holiday to My Fair Lady. But who could miss Breakfast at Tiffany’s?
It’s the ultimate Audrey Hepburn movie.
Although Truman Capote (the author of Breakfast at Tiffany’s ) disapproved of her participation because he wanted Marilyn Monroe to play that part, Audrey’s chic persona will forever inspired girls, with pearls and her little black dress.
Having a sentimental background, I wanted to use this theme for my wedding.
It is not a popular color for Chinese wedding. In fact it might be a-no-no for the superstitious, but since both our family has no “pantang” or taboo color, we decided to use black-white-tiffany blue as the main color theme.
Black and white are the most gorgeous color combination. Timeless and chic. My favorite colors in which is reflected in many of my clothes and accessories.
But for wedding?
I know many will fret over this decision, including my hotel coordinator. I adore her in every way (she’s the most sophisticated banquet coordinator I’ve ever met) except her disapproval of my color theme. Although I have tiffany blue in the color palette, her stand remains. “Pantang”, argues her. I still haven’t tell her yet, that I am determined to use it.
I did my moodboard in the early stage of wedding preparation. Before everything starts to roll, this is the first moodboard I produced.
PS : I went to Tiffany & Co to pick up their catalog and collaged it! ^_^