FAIRY TALE IN THE WORKS

Herworld Brides (Singapore) - - Wedding Albums -

Be­fore we met with Har­i­janto Se­ti­awan of Bo­enga Flow­ers & De­signs, I only knew I wanted the colours to in­clude blush and cham­pagne, and that roses and hy­drangeas had to be part of the flower ar­range­ments. In­spired by my bal­let back­ground and our love story, he sug­gested a whim­si­cal fairy-tale con­cept, which I to­tally loved. Per­son­ally, af­ter shar­ing my pref­er­ences, I pre­fer to leave it to the pros, so that we can work to­gether with­out cramp­ing each other’s style.

COM­MU­NITY OF SUP­PORT Roy was every bit the sup­port­ive fi­ance, and so pa­tient and ac­com­moda­tive to my needs. I also re­ceived plenty of hands-on help from my wed­ding plan­ner Clare Yuru of Bliss Pact and Ben­jamin Tan of Dick Lee Asia, as well as my mum and aunts who worked on the wed­ding night af­ter night. This com­mu­nity of sup­port al­lowed me to not sweat the small stuff. A huge thanks to my mum for hold­ing up the sky and mov­ing moun­tains for me, so I could en­joy the en­tire wed­ding jour­ney!

OP­PO­SITE Ch­eryl also wore a cus­tom Vera Wang gown in a one-off colour. “I was amazed that it was made for me be­fore the col­lec­tion was even of­fi­cially launched,” says Ch­eryl. 12 The bride’s par­ents took to the stage to kick off the ban­quet’s fes­tiv­i­ties. 13 Tears and joy. 14&15 The re­splen­dent ball­room set the am­bi­ence for the mu­si­cally-styled din­ner pro­gramme that had the cou­ple singing and danc­ing for their guests.

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