How to Jazz up your pre-wedding shoot with a teepee

by Jasmine Alimin [[ 1442894400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in PRE-WEDDINGS 

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So trendy – teepees are the perfect accessory for an engagement shoot. Although it would look perfectly hippie chic in a forested area, I would advise against doing that in Singapore if you are averse to humidity and creepy crawlies. A better idea would be going to the beach or finding a sandy spot where there's less foliage.

Check out Class 95FM DJ Vernon A and blogger Jayne Tham's engagement shoot at the blady grass fields of Tuas. A lacy teepee lent the barren land a stylish boho vibe, complete with vintage props like a leather suitcase, old-school camera and used liquor bottles.

In case you're wondering how to DIY a teepee, you'll need at least five smooth bamboo poles, and a drill to poke holes at the ends, where you can string them together with rope. An alternative to lace, you can consider sewing some patchwork on old bedsheets or table cloth, or combine different printed fabrics for a touch of whimsy.

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