Dream Come True Wedding in Singapore

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Watch out WC readers! Your jaws are about to hit the floor! This dream come true wedding in Singapore has set the standards high for beautiful destination weddings. With a gorgeous floating chapel, and tropical reception complete with lantern lit tables. It is safe to say we cannot stop staring, and we guarantee you will be doing the same thing.

Need to see more? Us too! Slip on over to the full gallery here and feel free to ogle this amazing wedding, captured by Claire Morgan, for as long as you like!

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From the Bride: We did not get to visit the venues or meet up with the vendors prior to the wedding, so it was somewhat risky. All communications were done via e-mails. I did tons of research before finding the right vendors. Luckily, they all turned out to be perfect.

Our Ceremony was held at the Tirtha Chapel of Uluwatu. The chapel is situated by the cliff, providing a terrific view and the privacy we wanted. I especially loved that the chapel appears as if it is floating on water. Their wedding team was extremely organized and helpful as well; they had every little details taken cared of, making the ceremony very relaxing for Victor and me.

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As for the wedding reception, we decided to hold it at a different location. I came across a wedding at Amanusa Resort featured on one of the wedding blogs and it was all I could think of ever since. The pool with countless floating lanterns and trees with fairy lights were what caught my heart. That evening, every guests were blown away by Amanusa. The place was just as stunning as I had imagined, if not even more. The entire place was literally like a dream.

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Gotta Love Our Free Printables!

Of the decor, my sister, an industrial designer, perfected the welcome table Glorriosa had set up and added a few touches by bringing in a vintage wooden box with cards for guests to leave notes for us. She also designed the water-color seating charts and placement cards just 4 days before the wedding! I also found the beautiful floral Bride and Groom signs on Wedding Chicks’s printable section, they fit into the wedding as if they were custom made. These little details were adored by our guests.

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You simply must watch the entire wedding video Balint Szigeti created of this dream come true wedding in Singapore!

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Photography: Claire Morgan
Coordinator: Bride Kathy Yeh
Cinematography: Balint Szigeti
Venue: Tirtha Chapel & Amanusa Resort
Flowers: Gloriosa Flower House
Cake: Ixora Cakes Bali
Dress designer: White Studio
Bridesmaid dresses: J. Crew
Shoe designer: Valentino
Groom’s attire: Giorgio Armani
Music: Band: Bali Wedding Music
Invitation: Wedding Paper Divas
Ring: Cartier
Earrings: Dior

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Colors: gold, green, pink
Styles: classic, modern

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A few words from DaVinci Bridal:

Please allow us to offer you our congratulations on your upcoming special occasion and welcome you to the DaVinci website. Da Vinci is an exciting new collection of bridal gowns and brides maids dresses by EMME Bridal, designed to give you an elegant alternative to purchasing from national chain stores, such as David’s Bridal. DaVinci offers popular formal gown styles at low prices you can afford. Get the gown you want at the price you want to pay!

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How To Make A Fake Flower Bridal Bouquet

Before we jump into how to make a fake flower bridal bouquet, we have to give you a little back story. Brooke Allison photographed one of our most popular diys to date – DIY Ombre Sugar Hearts. Be sure to check it out! Long story short she contacted us about doing another DIY and the Diy Hydrangea And Mum Bouquet caught her eye. Like us, she was surprised to find out the flowers were silk. On a mission to create something equally as terrific, she contacted Noreen from Earth Blossom Flowers. Noreen pulled out her magic wand and is now here to show us how to take fake flowers and turn them into a beautiful wedding keepsake.

Now that we have shared how we got here, let’s begin on our fake flower journey. The first thing you need to do is gather up your flowers. You can go to your local craft stores, but we stumbled up on Afloral.com, from the looks of it they have a terrific selection from billy buttons to Peonies and everything in between. The prices are also extremely reasonable. Read on for more instructions and check back tomorrow for the matching Boutonnière diy.

Noreen used the following in our example bouquet: Snowberries,  Succulents, Ivory Garden rose, Peach garden rose, Lamb’s ear, Pink spray roses and  Poppy pods.

Supplies:
You are going to need the following items. All of which can be purchased at your local craft stores.  Birch bark, glue gun, twine, flower wire, flower tape, wire cutters. Vintage pins or brooch if you wanted to add a personalized accessory.

STEP ONE:
Prepare stems by cutting into useable pieces. Use your wire cutters and and trim off  all the excess leaves, leaving only one or two close to the flower. After you have your single stem flower wire and tape stems as necessary. This allows you to extend the length of a flower easily.

STEP TWO:
Choose 2-4 flowers to start the base of your bouquet. Noreen started with one stem of lamb’s ear, a couple poppy pods and a stem of ranunculus.

STEP THREE:
Start building your bouquet by adding flowers around your base flowers. You can do this by turning the bouquet around and adding stems until your bouquet is at the desirable size. This part is personal preference on what looks best to you.

STEP FOUR:
Wrap your bouquet in floral tape, starting at the top and traveling down the stem bunch. This will give your bouquet a little added support. Cut the excess stems down until you have reached your desired length.

STEP FIVE:
Cut a piece of birch bark to size and glue the underneath edge of the birch bark to the stems. You can purchase birch bark on ebay or etsy.

Step Six:
Cut a piece of twine about a yard long and put a dot of hot glue on the back of the stems above the birch bark to secure the end of the twine. Wrap the twine around the stems slightly covering the edge of the birch bark. Secure brooch or pin with hot glue gun and voila you have yourself a fake flower bridal bouquet.

A special thinks to Connecticut wedding vendors Brooke Allison Phtography and Earth Blossom Flowers for putting together this DIY wedding project for us.

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