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A Union Of Two Cultures At Le Meridian Kuala Lumpur

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For Matthew and Yasuho, tying the knot after being together for almost a decade was a momentous and meaningful celebration indeed. The solemnisation ceremony was a classic affair, held in Le Meridian’s rooftop glasshouse. The abundance of natural light made the colour palette of navy and white really stand out in the photos and video.

To highlight the union of their different cultures, Yasuho wore a ‘furisode’, a type of kimono only single women are allowed to wear, complete with a stunning floral headpiece of white hydrangeas and baby’s breath. We absolutely love the whole look! For her walk in, she chose to wear a ‘cheongsam’ to represent her husband’s culture and heritage, as well as to symbolise her merging into his family. She also hand-folded hundreds of ‘orizuru’ (paper cranes) for each guest as part of the wedding favours!

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An Intimate Wedding at The Orchid Conservatory, The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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As we’ve said before, picking a venue with the right setting and ambience can make the whole wedding planning experience so much simpler, not to mention save you lots of time and money! If you’re the type that doesn’t like to stress out over a million little decisions, this is a good strategy to consider. Here’s a wedding that, thanks to its stunning venue, needed hardly any additions to make it picture perfect.

Held in the beautiful, sun-drenched Orchid Conservatory in The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur, this small, intimate celebration was absolutely beautiful to behold. With hundreds of lush orchids providing the perfect backdrop, the couple went with a peachy-pink and white colour theme for their wedding invites, wedding cake and floral arrangements.

With their tea ceremony and reception all being held at the same place, we imagine that this also meant everyone could relax and really enjoy meaningful moments together as they celebrated the happy couple’s union. Thanks to Andrew Yep Photographie for giving us this special peek!

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A Cool Geometric Silver Wedding At Metal Bees

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It’s not often that you’ll find a bride opting to wear an unconventional wedding gown, but this bride did, and she looked stunning in her sparkly silver wedding gown and chic hairdo. Save for the bridesmaids, who were in flowing silver dresses, guests were asked to come dressed in black.

The cool starry backdrop, geometric decorative elements, sparkly disco lights and cool blue lighting all made for a very cool, very fun party to celebrate the union of two people. Many thanks to Peter Herman Photography for capturing the decorative aesthetics and creative styling by The Next Best Thing so well!

Do check out also their fun filled bridal portraits; we can’t get enough of these two.

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Natalie: “It felt more like a party with close friends instead of a traditional wedding party. All our guests showed up in the requested dress code, which really let the shades of silver and glitter pop.

“I loved the edgy geometrical décor of the dessert bar and table settings, as well as the retro disco ball for the dance floor. Everything was done by Shyyi of The Next Big Thing who knew exactly what I wanted for my dream wedding: something cool and unconventional with a touch of glam.

“As for the geometry concept, my husband and I have entirely different personalities but we’re still better together. The geometry shapes represent the two of us coming together as one despite our different edges.”

Tips from the bride: “Planning a wedding takes a lot of time, energy and focus, so whether you know what you want or have no idea at all, a wedding planner can help you to define your theme, concept, mood, and the emotions you want to set. Getting a professional wedding planner will help you save a lot of time and all you have to do is take care of yourself and enjoy every moment of your special day with your dream man.”

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NATALIE & JAYRON {Malaysia}

Photography by Peter Herman Photography / Videography by The Lightbulb / Venue Metal Bees Production House, Petaling Jaya / Number of Guests 140 / Wedding Planning by The Next Big Thing / Bridal Gown by Bella Novias / Bride’s Shoes by CJ Closet (custom made) / Hair and Makeup by Kim Kimberly / Wedding Bands by Cartier / Groom’s Attire by ZARA / Flowers by Za Hua Huang / Décor by The Next Big Thing / Wedding Cake by Winnie Cake Couture and Forêt Blanc / Wedding Catering by The BIG Benquet / Art and Stationery by The Next Big Thing / Entertainment by The White Blossom, MC Be

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A Timeless Burgundy Wedding At St Andrew’s Church, KL

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Keeping things classic with a beautifully modern colour palette of deep burgundy, red and blue, this bride and groom made every part of the flowers, décor and bridal party a reflection of who they were. The dark shades of burgundy in the bridal bouquet perfectly contrasted with the light pops of pink in the décor, and the bride looked absolutely resplendent in her bridal gown, especially with the decadent lace sleeves. It was clear there was so much love and joy on this special day – between the newlyweds and from their guests as well. Many thanks to MunKeat Photography for capturing this gorgeous set of photos.

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Jo Ni and Tsen: “The most memorable moment of our big day was when we exchanged vows before God, family members and friends during the morning solemisation in church. That was the most intimate and sacred part of the whole wedding.”

Tsen: “Of course, seeing Jo Ni, who looked as stunning as ever, walking down the aisle towards me was a moment I’ll never forget. I was overwhelmed with emotion as I understood I was about to marry the woman I love and spend the rest of my life with her.”

Jo Ni: “For me, it was when I was walking down the aisle toward Tsen while reminiscing the years I’ve spent with my father, who was walking next to me. I felt assured knowing that I was walking towards my future husband who will love me as much as my father does.”

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A Stylish Yet Simple Poolside Wedding Done Right

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We love the minimalist yet stylish approach this couple took for their wedding. They chose to have an outdoor poolside ceremony, with sweeping views of the city. Very minimal décor was needed for the ceremony space, and only some artificial flowers were incorporated for the dinner reception. Have a look at the photos and see if you can tell the difference! Thanks to Fabulous Moments for sending this to us.

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A Nature-Inspired Intimate Garden Wedding At Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa

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Every so often, there will come a bride and groom who were able to infuse unconventional elements into their wedding – sneakers for the bride and a geometric print shirt for the groom, anyone?

As it was a celebration of their two lives coming together, their theme was forest (林) and water (汪) – the meaning of their Chinese surnames. From the wildflowers and the bride’s beautiful blue floral bouquet to the wood and twine decorative elements, their décor was perfect against the venue’s expansive windows and ghost chairs for the solemnisation ceremony.

Many thanks to Bloc Memoire Photography for capturing this lovely and intimate set of wedding photographs.

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Wood engraved wedding invitations by Common Hands. Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

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A Breathtaking Intimate Wedding in the Alps

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Everything about this wedding was picture perfect: from the breathtaking backdrop of the Austrian Alps to the spontaneous fun this couple had with their close friends and family. Love was clearly in the air – between the bride and groom and the outpouring emotions from their friends and family. Keeping their wedding intimate and close to their heart, the bride had two wedding dresses – one of which was made by her best friend, and choosing to pair it with a leather jacket made it even more glamourous. It was truly a celebration of love, beautifully captured by Everly Pictures.

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A Gold And Tiffany Blue DIY Wedding At Suffolk House, Penang

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Choosing to DIY your own wedding can be overwhelming, but this bride and groom each picked out a colour and ran with their ideas. She chose gold while he chose Tiffany blue – two colours that look amazing together, much like the couple themselves. With joyful yellow balloons decorating the wedding aisle, the bridesmaids (each in mismatched bridesmaid outfits) walked down the aisle with parasols in lieu of floral bouquets. For the reception, the vintage decorative elements, such as the gold painted wine bottles, perfectly contrasted against the modern chandeliers of the venue. Thanks to Anna-Rina Photography for this beautiful set of photos that capture the unbridled joy and happy smiles of the couple and their friends and family.

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A Classic All-White Roses Wedding in Perth

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A white rose is the perfect symbol of marriage and new beginnings. This wedding was a refreshing mix of old and new, with traditional elements like an all-white colour palette, but also resplendent extravagance in the form of chandeliers and clear crystal glasses.

What really stole the show though was the abundance of white roses that adorned every single part of the wedding décor, and how this couple infused their story so completely into their wedding. Thanks to Munkeat Photography for capturing this stunning set of photos!

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Kim: “The most memorable moment was seeing each other for the first time at the altar, and having my husband’s two brothers as his groomsmen and my two sisters as my bridesmaids by our sides. Another moment was when my husband sang John Legend’s ‘All of Me’ while playing the piano.

“Our theme was classic elegance as we’re both quite traditional. We chose white, gold and touches of black, as they’re our favourite colours. We only had white roses – we had over 10,000 fresh white roses flown in, and a rose flower wall with 6,000 silk flowers. I’ve dreamt of getting married at St. Mary’s Cathedral ever since I was a little girl, and the cathedral is a mix of old and new with glass panels letting in all the beautiful natural light.

“As for our reception, we have sweet memories of our chosen venue, the Crown ballroom. It was on the dance floor in this exact ballroom that my husband asked me to be his girlfriend five years earlier.

“We had KoKo Black chocolates as our favours – we both love chocolates and the boxes matched our theme perfectly. Our biggest and only DIY project was our flower wall covered in roses that was our backdrop behind the bridal table.

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A Classic And Sleek Surprise Wedding in Sydney

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We love how this couple managed to pull off a surprise wedding! They told their guests that they would be surprising the groom for his 30th birthday, only to turn the tables on them!

The theme of black, white and silver was elegant and classic without giving anything away, and the bridal couple actually styled everything on their own – waking up early to do everything on their wedding day before heading back to the hotel to get ready together. Many thanks to Wattle & Lace for capturing these joyous moments.

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A Romantic Pink Wedding at Ferguson Valley, WA

Steve Madden bridal shoes. Photo by Ben Yew Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Traditionally, the groom would have his brothers and/or best guy friends and the bride would have her sisters and/or best girlfriends for their respective wedding parties. But whoever said that the bride’s best friend couldn’t be a guy and vice versa?

Bridesman, man of honour, groomsmaid or best lady – call them what you will, the bottom line is that on one of the most significant days of your life, you want your closest and dearest standing next to you as you say ‘I do’.

Keeping the wedding minimal and theme-less, without any accented colours, this bride had all her bridesmaids (including a guy!) dress in dusty pink. What a lovely twist on an otherwise classic wedding. Thanks to Ben Yew Photography for capturing these beautiful moments.

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Steve Madden bridal shoes. Photo by Ben Yew Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

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Photo by Ben Yew Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Jade: “It’s quite hard to pinpoint any one moment as our whole day was amazing from beginning to end! Everything went according to plan, and it was so fulfilling to finally see everything come together!

“One moment I will always look back on with a smile is walking down the aisle and finally getting to see my husband. Our photographer Ben Yew also made the day so much fun. We wouldn’t have laughed as hard as we did if it weren’t for him. We all felt extremely comfortable around him, which allowed for some amazing photos. Our DJ Nathan Wheals was also great; he really made the reception the party we wanted it to be.

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An Elegantly Glamorous Wedding in Singapore

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High ceilings, whitewashed walls and glass-stained windows gave this wedding a simple yet magical backdrop. We loved how everything was kept minimal yet elegant and classy with small details that made the wedding very personal – such as the beautiful flower arch and draping vines up against the white interior of the church, as well as the gold accents on the beautiful chandeliers and gilded pillars at the reception. Many thanks to Bloc Memoire Photography for this stunning set of photos.

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Wedding at CHIJMES, Singapore. Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

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Magdalene: “Months before the wedding, people constantly reminded us to not get caught up in wedding prep and the hustle and bustle of the actual day, but to really treasure and enjoy those moments. I think we took this advice very seriously.

“So when I was walking down the aisle with my dad, I wanted to remember that moment forever and told myself that I would only focus on Johnny. But who would have known that my (usually serious) father would be chatting the whole time I was walking down the aisle and saying stuff like, ‘Smile’, ‘Say hello to Auntie X’, and ‘Hey isn’t that your boss’! And there I was, trying to savour that precious moment and focus on my husband-to-be. Johnny, on the other hand, got so overwhelmed with emotion when he saw me walking down the aisle that he had to look away to stop himself from crying.

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