Ideas & Advice
Consider these fresh, alternative wedding inspirations from these Singapore couples for your own celebrations. From wedding arches to bridal party outfits and more!
This lucky groom (who prepared not just one, but two bouquets) was greeted by a prehistoric beauty during their gatecrash. Always fun when the couple has a sense of humor! Captured by Tiny Dot Photography Lights can transform any space and are great for both indoors and outdoor weddings. This open-air wedding at W Singapore was made all the more stunning with curtain lights installation by 1011 Production. Captured by Pixioo Photography Related: 11 HOT SINGAPORE WEDDING STYLISTS TO GET ON YOUR RADAR Talk about showing up in style! Gentlemen, toss aside your shorts and slippers and suit up for this monumental day. This spiffy Kingsmen-inspired groomsmen party will add a deft touch of dapper and class to any wedding. Captured by AndroidsinBoots Wedding Related: 8 SUAVE GROOMSMEN PORTRAIT IDEAS! Steal a quiet moment out of your actual day celebrations because, as most couples realize post-wedding, that the day will seem to just fly by. This couple's private letter exchange before the start of their holy matrimony created a moment they'll definitely remember. Captured by Bloc Memoire Photography Acrylic decor works especially well for elegant, contemporary weddings. We like how versatile it is as it works well with wedding themes across the board, from chic, minimalist weddings to rustic, flower-filled ones like this arrangement done by Lavender Love Florist. Take up the challenge of going green and eco-friendly with your wedding! Using mainly biodegradable materials, Medkärlekinc by Philly was able to create and style this beautiful set-up to minimize excess wastage that normal weddings tend to generate. Flowers by Floral Magic, Fairy lights by Midnight Sparks and Photography by Bloc Memoire Photography Related: 6 SOCIALLY-CONSCIOUS BRIDESMAIDS GIFTS THAT GIVE BACK Such a cute, kismet moment. As told by AndroidsinBoots - "During the shoot, we chanced upon an old couple who were taking a morning stroll and spontaneously asked them to join us! Mr Yeo (92) and his wife (88) got married in 1950 and yet they still go for walks hand in hand everyday. Growing old together is the best thing yet to be." Wedding idea: Why not include your parents or grandparents in your pre-wedding shoot as well? This modern bridal party portrait has the foliage lover in us in full approval with all-foliage bridesmaid bouquets that were paired perfectly with stylish white midi bridesmaids dresses. Bouquets by Florals by Benita Captured by Sayher Heffernan