This December, we’ve been having a number of blue and white weddings. It’s been a joy making them because the colors are so cool and calming – the kind of feeling that winter brings. Light blue hydrangeas, white Ecuadorian roses and misty blue fillers were used for the bridal bouquet. White gerbera daisies and roses
Joey and Care’s wedding is a memorable one. The couple visualised their wedding to be ethereal in a Lord of the Rings way. I love their theme and thought that this was a refreshing break from our usual romantic pink and purple events. Care is a woman who knows what she wants so working with
I only met Cheena once before the wedding. She was wearing a bright pink sweater which complemented her big beautiful brown eyes. She had no problem with the design proposal I presented so our meeting lasted for a short while.
A year ago, I had the opportunity to arrange for Grandma Ng’s 90th birthday celebration. When her granddaughter, Andrea called me up and announced her engagement, I was thrilled to be given the privilege to arrange for her big day!
Think of your bridal bouquet as the ultimate fashion accessory. Like a delicate clutch or a sexy pair of shoes, the right blooms should compliment your bridal gown. Here are some things to consider in choosing your bridal bouquet