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Real Wedding: Alex & Claudia @ Flutes, National Musuem

Our first wedding of the year at Flutes was filled with abundant handmade kusudama paper flowers! Our bride is a teacher in an International school and she put in all her effort to create boxes and boxes of paper flowers for her big day. We gave her tutorials that we knew for paper kususama flowers, different types of roses, rosettes and origami flowers. She made her own … Continue reading Real Wedding: Alex & Claudia @ Flutes, National Musuem

Real Wedding: Stacy & Wee Lim.

We are excited to showcase this beautiful wedding of a couple who are both doctors in the same field. Our bride wanted a garden-fell wedding against the elegant and majestic dome shaped ballroom of Capella. We worked our magic to turn the ballroom into a beautiful garden with greeneries, lush flowers and fairy lights. While more than half of the guests were in the respected … Continue reading Real Wedding: Stacy & Wee Lim.

Burkhill Hall: Romantic Greens in a Colonial Setting

As a wedding coordinator in Rosette Designs & Co, I (that’s Winston) have to know the venue well and take note of every nook and cranny. While Hellen looks at the aesthetic and identify the areas to design and decorate, I often look at the logistics aspect of the wedding, namely fundamental issues like table setting plan, seating, program flow, electrical points for the equipment… … Continue reading Burkhill Hall: Romantic Greens in a Colonial Setting

She says: Intro to Wedding Design

I just ticked off one item from my to-do list: ” To blog about Wedding Design”. I managed to finish my introduction of Wedding Design in Diary & Design blog, click here to read the full post. Although this term might be new to some of us, it’s not a new concept in the wedding world. Almost all wedding planner aim to execute this. As … Continue reading She says: Intro to Wedding Design