Concept and design: The Wedding Stylist
Make use of spaces
For an elaborate wedding, Caroline Tan-Reed from The Wedding Stylist reminds couples to leave enough time for the set-up. While you can explore different ideas, the professional planners notes that you should ensure consistency throughout the wedding spaces, and suggests adding personal touches and main showpieces to create talking points for your guests.
Work with the pros
"The most important element is you. It's your special day, so choose the flowers that best reflect your personality
Your florist should bear three important points in mind to make your dream occasion come true: your wedding vision, budget and expectations. On top of that, you should work with professionals you can trust, and never agree to something that doesn't feel right in your heart." - Eleanor Yang, Fiore Dorato.
A glamorous and contemporary wedding by Chere Weddings and CC Lee Designs. See the full set-up here.
Consider a two-day affair
"Couples with an extensive invite can think about splitting their wedding over two days." - Chere Weddings
Time is key
Jessica Lee from CC Lee Design reiterates the importance of time management. To ensure a smooth celebration celebration, request holding areas where vendors can do their pre-event work, and brief the crew in detail on their roles and responsibilities beforehand.
Concept and design: Boenga
Think of your flowers
"(If you plan on having them) wedding flowers are one of the most crucial boxes to tick off your wedding day to-do checklist. The arrangements you choose set the tone and style of your big day." - Harijanto Setiawa of Boenga