HerWorld Brides LUXE (Singapore) - - Settings -

In­spired by a pho­to­graph of a sin­gle tulip taken by the bride,

CC Lee De­sign put to­gether a sim­ple yet el­e­gant dis­play of warm pur­ple blooms, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Chere Wed­dings.

“Glass was used as the main medium for its time­less beauty and ele­gance,

while the clean lines cre­ated by the acrylic flower stands ex­uded a con­tem­po­rary vibe.”


With just the right quan­tity of f lo­ral ar­range­ments, CC Lee De­sign cre­ated a grace­fully min­i­mal­ist look for the stylish cou­ple in the W Sin­ga­pore’s ball­room, the Great Room. In­spired by the bride’s love of tulips, the f lorist lined the ban­quet ta­bles with th­ese poised f low­ers, ac­com­pa­nied by hy­drangeas for vol­ume and pha­laenop­sis or­chids for a lux­u­ri­ous touch. 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 f lavours rep­re­sent­ing the bride and groom, creat­ing a lively at­mos­phere as guests voted for their favourite.

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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