Pre-Wedding Photo shoot for MissTamChiak

Back in August last year, we had the honour to style the pre-wedding shoot of Singapore Food Blogger, Maureen, from Maureen was a uni-mate of our stylist, Li Yi, and both of them were thrilled to reunite and work together again on this photoshoot.

With Maureen’s food blogger background in mind, we decided on doing a rustic French farmer’s market themed photoshoot together with Melvin from Multifolds Photography. We wanted to focus on the warmth and vivid colours of fresh produce, highlighted by an outdoor rustic mood, and a whole array of flowers and tantalizing food treats for the shoot

The day of the shoot was a great day in spite of the odds of having to change locations and delays. We were awestruck when we took a step back to look at the finished set-up- the canopy of fairy lights, the wine, the wedding dress, the veil, the invitations, the multiple props and amazing food created such a spectacular ambience straight out of a European storybook.

We also absolutely love the naked cake from Butter Studio and how it embodied true french rustic style with herbs and berries, which went hand in hand with our styling.

The night scene was a blast with the fairy light canopy painstakingly put up by Eileen from Midnight Sparks and the candle light dinner we put together for Maureen and her beau with delish dishes from The Disgruntled Chef.

Our goal as a stylist is to create magic so you can relive these cherished moments together and use the photos to add an additional layer of enchantment to your wedding day. We hope you are also as enchanted as us by this photoshoot put together by the loveliest people in the wedding industry.

Photography: Multifolds Photography
Wedding Dresses: Michelle HuiMin Bridal Veil
Rings: Michael Trio 
Makeup: Clara Song
Nails: PrettifyMe
Flowers: With Every
Lights: Midnight Sparks
Cake: Butter Studio
Food: The Disgruntled Chef
Styling, Vintage Props and Wedding Stationeries: Styled Story


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