One Sweet Couple's Modern Blushing Coral Sangjit

by Belle Biarezky Aug 05, 2019 | 09:00 in Wedding Ideas  


Red is generally a dominant palette for sangjit. However, not every couple is fond of the bold and vibrant character of the color. Caroline and Rheinaldy gave us an idea of how to have a blushing and humble atmosphere for sangjit. Being helped by Atelier Fleuri, the lovebirds applied coral colors, such as peach and beige. "I learned flower arrangement from Atelier Fleuri. I'm delighted having their team be a part of my special day," Carol told us.

The stairs became the focal point for decoration. A flock of anthurium, baby's breath, grass, and few roses conclude the coral gradation which makes a perfect photo spot. The rose domination with various colors was extravagantly arranged as the backdrop of the offering boxes. The design of the offering storage, which was a collection of wooden boxes with simple details created by Babagi, also complemented the decoration's palette. To have an appearance that stands out but is still in line with the whole visual, both bride and groom-to-be wore pink with some small applications in red.

This intimate sangjit became more special because it was held during Caroline's birthday. Of course, the cake design was also in tune with space's blushing embellishment. After all, who can say no to after-party desserts?

Need a guide to prepare sangjit? Click here to read the article.


  • Decoration & Lighting: atelier fleuri
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  • Photography:


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  • Hair & Makeup: Evalovira Makeup Artist | Jeffry Welly Hair
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  • Dress & Attire: Mier Atelier |

    Lace and About

    | Love Bonito
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  • Men's Formal Wear: Agus Lim
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  • Favors & Gifts: Babagi Gifts & Seserahan | Jo Malone London |

    FOI Gifts

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  • Wedding Accessories:


    | Yap Robes & Props

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