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Touch of Romance

Flowers – the heart and soul of every wedding. Through small they may be, each bouquet symbolises a bride and is the best accessory for any wedding gown.

Sunshine Blooms

Make a statement with this attention-grabbing bouquet of bright yellow sunflowers and deep greens. Eluding vibrant fun and energy, the bride definitely enjoys the thrill of being the centre of attention.

Sweet Innocence

The soft soothing tones of Gerbera flora, wax flowers and bear grass hand bouquet is able to deliver a sweet and demure impression. A relatively small bouquet, it suits the petite blushing bride for sure.

Classic Romance

Beautiful pale yellow roses set amidst rich green leaves make up this stunningly refreshing bouquet. Especially suitable for a classic winter theme wedding, let this floral arrangement accentuate the romantic mood of your big day.

Back to Nature

Nature lovers will adore this bouquet with its prominent natural green floral. To enhance the mood for love, you can add tiny wax flowers and tied a sweet pink ribbon with long flowing laces to add a soft feminine feel.

In the Wilderness

An artistic out-of-this-world arrangement of Waratah, Amaranthus and Australia Flowers come together in this exciting bouquet. Perfect for a wild wedding bash in the great outdoors!

Love Blossoms

Roses are the messengers of love. They are the flowers that many women can’t help but be charmed by. Pledge your undying love then, with this sweet bouquet of beautiful pink roses.

Nestled in Love

Beautifully crafted to resemble the shape of a delicate bird nest, this floral arrangement signifies the love nest that both of you united in marital bliss shall build together hand in hand. A unique bouquet with a classic choice of a variety of colours is provided would be perfect!

Burning Passion

Set your heart on fire. Ignite the intensity of your passionate love with this bold and striking bouquet of contrasting reds and greens.

 

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Something Blue Is True

A stylish wedding calls for a cool location. Highly recommend for a trip to the tropical south to find the coolest spot for solemnisation.

The Inspiration

You’ve probably heard of the most famous wedding adage – “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”. While you may not know the meaning behind each “something“, it is enough to know that it is supposed to bring good luck to the wedding couple who follows this tradition.

Hence, for “something old”, we referred to this old saying for inspiration. For “something new” nothing can quite match this new romantic theme. “Something borrowed” would be the wonderful location which you are going to have a wedding celebration and obviously “something blue” is all over the place in this original theme.

Creating the Theme

There is nothing more charming than exchanging your vows next to the sea as well as some greenery. When the couple first arrive at the venue, they will be swept off their feet by the vista seen through two rows of feathery floral arrangements at the entrance of the aisle – for at the other end, a dreamy gazebo adorned with translucent drapes, strings of crystal-clear beads and blue ribbon streamers awaits their presence.

The design concept of this solemnisation is tiffany blue and lots of bubbly sparkles to bring to mind faithfulness, purity and loyalty. Other cool shades like silver and white are thrown in to accentuate the primary colour.

There is always something mystical and enchanting about snow that is synonymous with romance – probably because people naturally want to cuddle up in the cold. Here, white flower petals are scattered to make a frosty carpet for your march-in. You can even get your guests to toss the petals as you walk down the aisle for a snowing effect.

Doing It Yourself

With a little creativity, you can convert the blue theme into a winter theme by throwing in some winter ingredients into the luncheon menu and set-up.

Find a cake designer to bake you an all-white cake with snowflake decorations and silver embellishments. To bring down the heat for an outdoor reception, set up a station that serves chilly sweet treats, such as shaved ice desserts, ice-blended drinks, icy fruit smoothies, or simply popsicles. Or go the other extreme and bring in a bucket of hot chocolates, the favourite beverage in the sub-zero season.

To thank your well-wishers for coming, you can present them with hand painted paper umbrellas to shelter against the sun. These same umbrellas can also be used for other outings or as a trendy decoration for their home.

As a special touch, get a guide who is well-versed in the rich war history and diverse flora and fauna in order to take your guests on a tour before or after your solemnisation.

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Fit For A Queen

The Inspiration

This is a good old-fashioned wedding theme that bespeaks the Victorian days in 19th century England when expensive finery and exquisite porcelain tableware ruled.

Creating the Theme

In creating this wedding setting, the devil is in the details.

To conjure the royal English castle theme for a unique photo-taking opportunity, an image of serene nature and a stately castle of England is set up at the bridal table. To create a 3D effect, leaves and flowers are stuck loosely on the backdrop. The colour gold, a symbol of wealth and class, is used in modest touches across many parts of the room so as to retain the style of opulence minus the gaudiness.

Over the head, brilliant gold-plated chandeliers light up the room. On the bridal table, gold-rimmed white porcelain ware adds a touch of class. On guest tables, golden beads fill up slender stem glasses to hold up simple flower arrangements. Chairs are upholstered in regal red and gold motifs that match with the carpet flooring.

In a refreshing deviation from the usual fresh blooms, handmade clay flowers overrun the tables.

Doing It Yourself: Ideas & Tips

Finding Victorian-styled wedding favours are rather tricky in this part of the world. Here are some ideas to start you off with. You can find mini bronze or black Victorian-inspired lanterns to symbolise “you light up my life”, or a brass letter opener designed with ornate filigree or a carved portrait of an English lady to represent “you are a cut above the rest”.

If you want to take it a little further, you can prepare wedding favours by the gender. For female guests, you can look for small trinket cases with lovely clay flowers or an antique finish. As for the gentlemen, cufflinks with a Victorian scroll design should do the magic to round off the wedding celebration.

 

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White Wedding

It is a dreamy walk in the clouds. A plethora of white flowers of different varieties selected for their shapes and silhouettes to conjure “a match made in heaven”.

White roses, hydrangeas and Phalaenopsis orchids can be set in tall clear vases rise to the occasion on the guest tables. Mirrors can be used on the tables to enhance the effect if you would mind to add it.

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Bring In The Garden

Inside every woman’s heart, there lives a little who dreams of a rustic garden wedding.

The Inspiration

A homely garden setting accented with incandescent crystal wares and chandeliers.

 

Creating the Theme

It is a juxtaposition of antiquated feel and refreshing country ambience, using bundles of flowers with a tinge of ashy finishing and a medley of items that date back to the bygone days.

The dessert area is fashioned after an English maiden’s vanity table with a vintage-inspired oval mirror, toothsome pastries and adorable tiny heart-shaped chocolates. The lofty presence of a glass chandelier next to the “vanity table” exudes an air of aristocracy.

Break the ice in the room full of near strangers by encouraging your guests to take a stroll in your “homely garden” with visually enticing themed set-ups.

In one corner of the hall, a display shelf is placed to create the look of a home. Items that reflect the couple’s likes, love story and hopes for the future are categorised and arranged on the rack.

Guest tables are glamorised with crystals glassed and sweetened with light lacy tablecloths and granny’s knitted table runners. The floral tableau is subtly enhanced by a modest, chest-level botanical centrepiece, a setting that facilitates unobstructed conversations.

Flowers effortlessly add colours and style to any room. Some couples are not fans of artificial flowers as they feel that fresh is the best. But to create this ethereal mood, ashy fake posies are a choice above their fresh counterparts and you can be rest assured that no browning petal will spoil the picture.

 

Doing it Yourself

This theme is not about boldness and grandeur, but the little thoughts and things that your guests can hold in their hands and go “aww.”

Pepper the function hall with small props and interesting talking pieces such as an old typewriter and cute mini candy boxes.

The wedding favours can also be mini and related to things you can spot in garden. Some ideas include love dove card holders and butterfly chocolates.

To excite your guests further, rent a swing, dress it up with flowers, and there you have it: a romantic prop for photo-taking.

If you fancy a more casual picnic style dinner setting, simple use gingham tablecloths or placements on the guest tables to completely transform the atmosphere.