A Botanical Wedding Inspiration with Modern Aesthetics

by Karina Leviani [[ 1496800800000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in WEDDING IDEAS  

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We recently collaborated with several top wedding vendors in Singapore to present a styled shoot that will inspire you. Embracing the trendy botanical wedding theme, this wedding inspiration offers a fresh and elegant alternative to the flower-filled weddings you've already seen so often.

Wedding planner and stylist, Amperian led the project and assembled some of the finest talents in Singapore to craft every element, from the invitation suite to the wedding cake. The bride herself had her makeup done by Makeup Maestro Weddings while wearing a delicate bridal robe by Bells & Birds. She then stepped into two beautiful gowns from Truly Enamoured, paired with accessories by Vault Fine Jewellery. A gorgeous flower bouquet filled with greenery and white flowers finished off her bridal look.

The beautiful French and Japanese fusion restaurant, Lewin Terrace, was transformed into a stunning wedding-worthy space. We especially love the triangular backdrop that was adorned with candles and greenery over pedestals. Not to mention the to-die-for table settings featuring green leaves in apothecary bottles and geometric vases to evoke a modern look.

We were also impressed by the wedding details that were carefully crafted to fit the theme. Paper Pressed prepared not only an invitation suite filled with on-trend greenery details, but also matching menu cards for each guest! A white cake adorned with butter cream succulents by Febspantry also enhanced the whole setup. That's not all; Bar Works Wine & Spirits brought a bottle of green-tinged Traminer Riesling wine to suit the occasion.

Capturing all the beautiful details were Andri Tei Photography and Twenty8picks Videography, who both did such a wonderful job. What do you think of this styled shoot? Tell us in the comment box below and don't forget to share the inspiration with other future brides as well!



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