"When Anita and Aiden first got in touch with us, our team at Call Me Madame was absolutely thrilled by their choice of venue, Khayangan Estate ," said Alice Dentan of Call Me Madame. Together with the planner the couple designed a destination wedding that would follow three criteria: refinement, romance, and simple sophistication. Complementing the rustic ambience offered by the venue, they decided on a palette of pastels and infused earthy elements into the decoration.
Through the entire celebration, they focused on using fabric as the main thread of their styling. Beautified rattan Louis chairs were prepared for the beloved guests, and the wedding arch was adorned with taupe-colored fabric, light peach blooms, and cascading greeneries. "We welcomed the guests by distributing custom-made hand fans with an illustration of Anita and Aiden on it. Locally-made, embroidered tissues were also showcased along with a customized confetti bar at the entrance area," Alice explained.
Following the ceremony, guests were asked to leave thoughtful messages for the newlyweds during cocktail hour. It is made from a piece of cloth and then pinned on a wood structure, creating a collaborative piece of art. Lawn games were also prepared for the guest to entertain themselves as they wait for the sun to set.
"After sunset, the guests looked for their escort cards that we slipped into champagne glasses. 'Sip and be seated', so French!" Anita said. Dinner tables were already set under an open wood structure, draped with the most delicate fabric, crystal chandeliers and festoon lights. "They opened the dance floor on Yellow by Coldplay and just like that the night became so much more perfect," said Anita.
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