It was a beautiful, glorious day in Singapore when Jeremy and Amy tied the knot at Rider’s Cafe in Fairway Drive. The rustic setting of the cafe could not have been more perfect with the lust surroundings, quiet ambiance, and magnificent horses, creating an almost surreal 1940s whimsical colonial throwback that charmed everyone to bits.
Together with the talented wedding stylist, Phillane, from Med Karlek, we created three key areas to add accent elements to the wedding theme: the Guestbook Table, the Dessert Corner, and the long table centre pieces.
We loved seeing the Dessert Corner with yummy naked cakes and bakes from Bloomsbury Bakers come alive with our vintage suitcases and trunks and other rustic knick knacks and props.
The Guestbook Table was a 1940s refurbished French La Poste Post box which was a quaint and relevant styling that generated a lot of interest and Instagram-worthy photo opportunities for the guests!
For the long table centre pieces, we used antique apothecary bottles and blooms which was delicately and artfully set in old, distressed tin cans amidst antique books that created depth and height as well as ideas for friendly banter among guests.
The wedding ended on a high that night when Jeremy and Amy did a second march-in with guests holding and waving sparkles – how magical! So glad to have Med Karlek and and Blooms Bury Bakers with us for the night and congratulations to the newlyweds!