Singapore Tatler Wedding - - DREAMS -

Hav­ing a clear vi­sion of what they wanted for the theme of their wed­ding made plan­ning their two-part event a breeze. Florence’s heart was set on a church cer­e­mony, so the cou­ple in­stinc­tively de­cided to hold it at The White Rab­bit, a beautifully re­stored 1930s Ebenezer chapel, without scout­ing for al­ter­na­tive venues. The high ceil­ings and abun­dance of nat­u­ral light set up the per­fect back­drop for an in­ti­mate solem­ni­sa­tion cer­e­mony and lun­cheon. En­ter­tain­ment was pro­vided by Live Con­clu­sions.

Their din­ner re­cep­tion a week later at Capella Sin­ga­pore was just as well planned, and con­se­quently, just as stunning. Again, pick­ing the venue was an easy choice. “The Grand Ball­room—the only round ball­room in Sin­ga­pore—is unique,” says Florence. “We felt it rep­re­sented go­ing full cir­cle in our re­la­tion­ship; we were right where we started—choos­ing to em­bark on our next jour­ney to­gether.”

In stark con­trast to the pas­tel colour pal­ette at their church cer­e­mony, the cou­ple went with a darker, more sen­sual theme for the evening event, even deck­ing the ball­room out in black table­cloths, and deep pur­ple and pink blooms from Bo­enga. Florence at­tributes the suc­cess­ful am­bi­ence and decor—which re­ceived praises from friends and fam­ily—to the florist. Artistes from Com­pass En­ter­tain­ment kept the mood buoy­ant through­out.

The pair also had it easy with the menu plan­ning. In fact, they didn’t have to plan

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