A round-up of the Sin­ga­pore Tatler Wed­dings Jour­ney of Love cel­e­bra­tion

Cel­e­brat­ing love and grand ges­tures, the 2017 Sin­ga­pore Tatler Wed­dings event cap­tured hearts with daz­zling jew­ellery, be­spoke gowns, dreamy flow­ers, top tip­ple and more big-day in­spi­ra­tion

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En­ter­ing the warm em­brace of the charm­ing Fuller­ton Ho­tel, some 300 well-heeled guests were whisked off on a jour­ney of a dif­fer­ent kind: the Sin­ga­pore Tatler Wed­dings Jour­ney of Love.

The ball­room of the her­itage ho­tel was a spec­tac­u­lar sight, with can­dles in glass lan­terns and pas­tel-hued blooms lin­ing the aisle and a life-size Tree of Love cen­tre­piece, all set aglow by the glit­ter­ing chan­de­lier over­head. It was more than just ro­man­tic set­tings and all things beau­ti­ful, how­ever, for this was a soiree of sub­stance. Pay­ing trib­ute

to the many forms of love—not just that be­tween cou­ples, but also be­tween sib­lings, par­ent and child, grand­par­ents and grand­chil­dren, and all the sig­nif­i­cant oth­ers who jour­ney with the cou­ple to “I do”—the event opened with a mov­ing mother-daugh­ter (and even grand­mother!) walk-in seg­ment to hon­our the pass­ing of val­ues from par­ent to child dur­ing mar­riage.

Help­ing to or­ches­trate the event was wed­ding plan­ner Spell­bound. Af­ter a daz­zling pre­sen­ta­tion of bridal gems by pres­ti­gious French jew­ellery house Chaumet that saw guests whip­ping out their mo­bile phones for photos, Edi­presse Me­dia Sin­ga­pore man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Corinne Ng and group edi­tor Jane Ngiam warmly wel­comed guests.

Among them were soon-to-wed cou­ples, mar­ried cou­ples and friends, who were given a sneak peek into the mag­a­zine’s lat­est is­sue.

The entrance of good pals Nada Jum­ab­hoy and Meaghan See wear­ing be­spoke gowns from the Re­becca Caro­line ate­lier marked the start of a model show­case of in­tri­cate bridal gowns hand­made by the tal­ented dress­maker. Clearly a high­light for many, the ap­pear­ance of the young ladies drew cheers and ap­plause from the room.

The fi­nale video of se­cret love notes be­tween three mar­ried so­ci­ety cou­ples— Dolly and Bernard Cheong, Yenny and Des­mond Neo, and Serene and Ben­jamin Kim—rounded up the evening on a high be­fore guests freely ex­plored var­i­ous wed­ding ven­dor booths by wed­ding plan­ner Spell­bound, videog­ra­pher and photographer Al­lure Wed­dings, florist Flora Recipe and more. All this, over sparkling ex­changes, ex­quis­ite canapes by the ho­tel’s culi­nary team and de­lec­ta­ble con­coc­tions shaken up by bar­tenders at the evening’s pop­u­lar wed­ding bar by The Ma­callan.

The part­ing gift for each guest: a goodie bag con­tain­ing the Spring/Sum­mer 2017 is­sue of Sin­ga­pore Tatler Wed­dings for more beau­ti­ful wed­ding-day in­spi­ra­tion.

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