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Des x Dan
The quirky pair
What we love about weddings is that it’s a union of families and the meeting of past, present and future. Des and Dan decided to spread their wedding across two days to enjoy a more intimate and personal experience with each other as well as their loved ones.
Having gotten to know them over the course of the wedding prep, we knew that they were a sensibly fun-loving and quirky pair. These traits were the anchor for the floral designs that we executed across the festivities.
The first day began with a service in the Church of St.s Peter and Paul followed by a tea ceremony and lunch in Empress. While the moodboard for their church service was mostly the classic green and white references, we felt it was in the small touches that would showcase their personality.
The nostalgia theme for the lunch in Empress began to unfold as Des and Dan wanted the experience of ‘walking down memory lane’ to come alive for their family.
That’s when they started their collection of vintage Singaporean props that they borrowed from friends to add on to whatever we already had.

Framed batik piece lent the backdrop to their childhood photos

We love that their family had a good time just trying to spot themselves or maybe just trying to tell baby Dan apart from baby Des.
Set in the lush gardens of Open Farm Community, it was a laid-back and fun affair. With a vow ceremony that was ‘officiated’ by a close friend that kickstarted the festivities. The second day's celebration
The weave that the couple had commissioned CordxClay to create months prior to their wedding was stunning!
It was also our challenge to incorporate it as part of their ceremony backdrop.
Every choice of flower, table cloth and vase was carefully hand picked to reference a Wes Anderson vibe.

As event stylists, there’s no better compliment than when the guests start helping themselves to the flowers toward the end of the night.

We’re thankful for being a part of this smashing one-of-a-kind wedding celebration.

Planning and coordination: Holy Moly

Photography: Bloc Memoire Photography


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