“Glass was used as the main medium for its timeless beauty and elegance, while the clean lines created by the acrylic flower stands (check out these other stunning see-through wedding decor ideas) exuded a contemporary vibe.” – Jessica Lee, CC Lee Design
The elegant flower arrangements were accompanied by candles that accentuated the warm, glowing ambience of the ballroom.
Even the stage displayed a photograph of a tulip taken by the bride.
The decor was put together in just one and a half hours by the efficient teams from Chere Weddings and CC Lee Design, together with the various vendors – including one that provided a soft-serve machine offering specially designed ice cream flavours representing the bride and groom, creating a lively atmosphere as guests voted for their favourite
A custom backdrop was created using 3-D cut-outs of the couple’s names and given a touch of elegance with a minimalist mix of tulips, hydrangeas and orchids.
The bride’s bouquet was a beautiful mix of blooms in purple and pink tones to go with the overarching theme of the celebration, and lending romance to her dazzling sequinned gown.
Chere Weddings recommends that couples with an extensive invite split their wedding over two days. And Jessica Lee from CC Lee Design reiterates the importance of time management. To ensure a smooth celebration, request holding areas where vendors can do their pre-event work, and brief the crew in detail on their roles and responsibilities beforehand.
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