Kelvin and Shermaine's love for museums and theatrical shows prompted them to make their wedding as a stage for their never-ending love story. They knew exactly what they wanted, to tell a good story to the audience as a way of showing their appreciations to all family and friends. And after looking through their wedding album, we're certain no one would describe this wedding as "just another wedding."
The couple wanted a strong concept and luckily they met the perfect wedding planner, The Wildest Dreams, who managed to fulfill each and every wish they had. With a fashion design background, Shermaine had high expectations and taste. Ashley of The Wildest Dreams was able to nail the concept from the first mood board. "She understood us from the very beginning, I didn't have to say much," said the bride.
They brought the tropical ambiance in, with lush greens adorning her hand bouquet and venue which brought a stunning contrast against the all-white setting. Infusing their personality to the setup, they provided a coffee cart and flower bar, all for their guest's pleasure. Not only that, they also intensified the intimate feeling by doing rounds and striking up a conversation with each of their guests. It really is no wonder that one of their guests said that it was, "The most unceremonious yet entertaining wedding I have ever attended."
When most people felt relieved when their wedding is over, Shermaine had a hard time letting the day go. "I want to get married all over again!" she said. What do you think about their wedding? Let us know on the comments section below and add their wedding photos by Nicole Then Photography to your inspiration board!