The bride, Li Yeen wanted a red and western style wedding.
Only 2 elements were used to create this wedding concept – faux pearls and red roses- I intend to keep the look posh, YET uncomplicated.
With the wedding concept in place and also the key elements identified, I worked with Sylvia, the florist manager of Renaissance to create the table of honor floral centerpiece. She is an amazing artist; she worked wonders with just roses and pearls.
Et Voila! Presenting to you a wedding created with lush red roses and elegant pearls:
As you can see, we used pearls as accent- pearls add an instant glam to the centerpiece.
Martini glass as vase- am glad Sylvia had agreed to do this for me :
Other delightful details-
Pearl jewel on napkins:
Pearl glass coasters- Took me awhile to find these:
Bridal hand bouquet- pearls and red roses :
So what you have seen were all inside the Ballroom. At the foyer, I have opted for something lighter. I thought it would be great to build a theme that says something about the wedding couple.
Since both the bride and the groom are doctors, I thought why not enlighten them and their guests (quite a number of them are doctors too, as you would have guessed ) with something that they see day in day out?
Do you like the baby’s breath in these test tubes? I placed the setup at the photo album station. The bride and the guests LOVED it, and the groom had a good laugh!
The happy bride and groom:
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The Wedding Cake:
The wedding live band – Sweetnote Jazz :
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