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by Flour

Updated on 15 December 2017, SINGAPORE

"According to Japanese lore, folding 1,000 Origami Cranes is truly a labor of love. Tradition holds that the bride who finishes this task, before her wedding day will be richly rewarded with a good and happy marriage. Paying homage to the majestic crane, which mates for life and is said to live one thousand years." Tale of a Thousand Cranes // So here's the underlying concept of what we had for our own wedding, and oh man, it definitely feels surreal to be married under the setting of a thousand cranes which symbolizes eternal love. It was indeed a labor of love and we miss it! Hope you love what we have crafted as much as we do!! =) Styling/Floral/Wedding Favors [Flour] Gown [Amanda Lee Weddings] Hair & Makeup [Marie Soh] Photography [Caline Ng Wedding Photography] Venue [The Joyden Hall]

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