Does that sentence sound familiar?
Everybody who has a Facebook account or page would understand that “Likes” do count. But as somebody that doesn’t go around and like every Facebook page that comes her way, I’d say, “Please like our page only if you like what you see!”
Until our website is up, you can see our portfolio here!
Early part of this year, we did a wedding design and decor (CHAPTER FIVE) in Aloha Changi Chalet. The couple is very sweet to each other while the bride is very passionate about her wedding theme. They already engaged a wedding coordinator so we came in as their decorator. It’s always good to have a professional coordinator to handle your wedding, no matter how small the affair is.
The inspiration for this wedding is the whimsical color theme (pink, yellow and blue) and the cheerful gerberas. Jerelyn (the bride) loves gerberas so muc, she intended to grow her own! It’s rather hard to do it in Singapore, so we gave her heart’s desire on her wedding day.
We love when a wedding carries consistent theme beautifully! Just note on the wedding at the seaside, the wind can be hazardous! We hung streamers on the tentage ceiling, but it kept blowing away. Turns out the strong wind gave a surprise dynamic angle to the streamers which we didn’t expect. The weather was so good, despite of the raining season in January.
Congrats to Jerelyn & Adrian for such a beautiful wedding and marriage.
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! ^_^