Cinema themed wedding. Photo by Mark Teo Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Mark Teo Photography

Cinema themed wedding. Photo by Mark Teo Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Mark Teo Photography

Cinema themed wedding. Photo by Mark Teo Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Mark Teo Photography

We are proud of this couple who coordinated their own wedding. Once in a while, you’ll see a groom who really wants to be involved, and in this case, it was because he wanted to see his bride happy! We love this wedding not just because of the romantic venue, but also the way they gave it character so they could call it their own. Since both Tenny and Aaron are from an advertising agency, their wedding was filled with quirky copywriting, and they successfully engaged their guests with lots of laughter and tears of joy. Thanks, Bloc Memoire, for capturing it all on photos for us.

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Cinema themed wedding. Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Aaron: “The most effort was put into the setup at Nosh. This wasn’t your regular hotel wedding ceremony hence the attention to detail was insane. An hour before the guests arrived, I walked around the venue to make sure that everything was done – the flower arrangements, lighting fixtures, photobooths, etc. During this time, Tenny was finishing up her makeup and she was so excited to see everything after being cooped up in her room the whole time. I wasn’t nervous but rather, excited to see her face when we opened the door to see what our months of preparations looked like. My happiest moment was seeing the look on her face when I led her out of the room. She kept going on about how beautiful it looked and how happy she was – she was practically skipping! It was then that I finally understood what ‘happiest day of your life’ meant.

“The concept was simple – ‘A Night at Our Movie’. We’re both movie buffs and we often piss our friends off because we would have already caught all the movies they wanted to watch. We wanted to go with a theme that was a little bit out of the norm and something close to our hearts.

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

“For the wedding dinner, we wanted to invite only family and close friends. My wife wasn’t a fan of wedding ceremonies to begin with, so a restaurant was our first option. We visited Nosh for the first time and knew that it was perfect. Both of us are in advertising and we already knew how to go about planning stuff so once all our venue concerns were met we went ahead with it. Everything from the pre-wedding photoshoot and thank-you cards to the photobooth, cupcakes and flower arrangements had a movie theme to it. The colours were red, white, gold and green – the same colours of our new home, and we wanted to mash it all up to see how it looked. The wedding favours were actually the apothecary bottles used for the table flower arrangements.”

Tips from the groom: “We had quite a bit of time to explore and plan what our wedding would be like but I personally think that not having much time can be a good thing; it leaves you with fewer choices and leads to faster decision-making. Of course this would only work if both parties were on the same page. We really didn’t want stress to ruin our big day, and one of the things we learnt was to do up an Excel sheet with all the necessary details on it. My wife was on it every day, updating costs, timings, allocations, etc. Whether or not you have a lot of time on your hands, an Excel sheet will save you a lot of arguments and confusion.”

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com

TENNY & AARON {Singapore}

Photography by Bloc Memoire Photography / Videography by Twenty8picks / Venue Nosh Restaurant & Bar / Number of Guests 175 / Bridal Gown by BHLDN and Gordon Wes / Bride’s Shoes by Chiara Ferragni / Hair and Makeup by Rie Miura / Groom’s Attire by Herslet & Co. / Flowers and Décor by The Bloomroom / Wedding Cake by IWANNA / Entertainment by Lemon Jelly Pop