Singapore Tatler Wedding - - DREAMS -

Right af­ter se­cur­ing Capella Sin­ga­pore as their wed­ding venue, the cou­ple ap­pointed The Wed­ding En­tourage to or­ches­trate a glam­orous and el­e­gant event. “There­after, we left most of the de­ci­sions and plan­ning to our wed­ding plan­ner Caro­line,” says Keith. “As the door opened for our first march-in, we were mes­merised by the fab­u­lous dec­o­ra­tions, ro­man­tic can­dle lights and grand ta­ble set­tings. In ad­di­tion to that, be­ing wel­comed by all the spe­cial peo­ple in our lives made it a spe­cial moment we will never for­get.”

The gate-crash­ing fes­tiv­i­ties included the grooms­men wear­ing hula skirts. Dressed in a light grey suit with a calla lily cor­sage, Keith fi­nally “claimed” his bride, who was stunning in a be­spoke gown by Sil­hou­ette that needed lit­tle more ac­ces­soris­ing than a bunch of white lilies. The en­tourage then ad­journed to Keith’s home for the Chi­nese tea cer­e­mony. In­stead of a cheongsam, Lily wore a long-sleeved scarlet dress with in­tri­cate em­broi­dery on the bodice and topped off the en­sem­ble with pearl ear­rings and a red hat.

An out­door solem­ni­sa­tion cer­e­mony was held later that day, with the cou­ple ex­chang­ing wed­ding bands from The Ca­nary Di­a­mond. Later that day, a classy din­ner re­cep­tion at the ho­tel ball­room saw guests come in their black-tie best. More than half were the groom’s busi­ness as­so­ciates from abroad. The stage was be­decked with strings of shiny beads sus­pended from the ceil­ing that danced in the light. Round and long ta­bles were mixed for a mod­ern feel while can­de­labras and white and pink flow­ers upped the ro­mance fac­tor.

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