A Charming Ballroom Wedding in W Hotel, Singapore

by Michelle Phang [[ 1507428000000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 


After being together for 12 years, Singaporean blogger, Sheila Mandy and her fiancé, Jing Yuan finally made it official. Following a proposal that's, as Sheila puts it, an absolute success, the lovebirds decided to throw a reception dinner in the ballroom of W Singapore – Sentosa Cove to celebrate their union.

The memorable day started early as Sheila was surrounded by her lovely bridesmaids, all dressed in light blue midi-dress with an off-shoulder neckline. The bride herself slipped into a strapless fit-and-flare silhouette wedding gown, carrying a bouquet of pastel floral arrangement tied off with silk and organza ribbons. On the other hand, the groom donned a navy blue tuxedo and a pastel boutonniere to match his then-fiancée's hand bouquet.

Soon, the ballroom festivity was about to begin. To imbue a romantic atmosphere, the tables were all clothed with linens in blush as candles and tall crystal vases sat on the centerpieces. On the ceiling, there were strings of hanging fairy lights that led to the wedding stage at the end. As told by the videographer of French Toast Productions, the event was an unabashed expression of love. "When their friends took the stage for wedding speeches and spilled their fondest moments about the couple, we could clearly feel an exchange of heartfelt emotions. No wonder Sheila and Jing Yuan became teary-eyed!" shared the videographer.

Fancy a ballroom wedding like Sheila and Jing Yuan's? Let us know your thoughts on the comment box below.


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