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    The Wedding Notebook Magazine July 2021 – Issue 35

    With travel plans and many weddings put on hold, we hope this issue will inspire you as you plan your own pandemic wedding. Most of these couples will have waited at least a year for their big day, and there’s a couple who waited 693 days! Despite the pared down guestlists and last-minute changes, each of these weddings were a dream come true, featuring unique highlights such as the creative use of an abandoned space, a yacht celebration, a Santorini-like venue, and a surprise retreat in place of an after party! What’s that saying? “If you can’t change the situation, change your attitude.” See how you can emulate a destination…

  • Juanmoley Fotologue. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Contemporary,  Garden,  Love Stories

    A Dreamy Dusty Pink Evening Wedding With Fairy Lights in Singapore

    We love the contrarian route this couple took – firstly, by choosing to have their ceremony in the evening, with the bride walking in at sunset; and secondly, by using dried flowers and leaves, save for the pops of dusty pink. The timing made all the difference as the newlyweds said their vows underneath a majestic tree covered in beautiful fairy lights, surrounded by 50 of their friends and family. Thanks to Hellofrom flour for this dreamy setup, and Juanmoley Fotologue for this lovely set of photos! Farron: “My most memorable moment was during the solemnisation, when Jasmine and I were having our own little side conversation during the celebrant’s…

  • Juanmoley of The Beautiful Moment Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Contemporary,  Love Stories

    A Lush, Intimate Floral-Themed Wedding With Pops Of Colour At Tamarind Hill

    The question we’ve all asked lately is, how will weddings look like now with Covid-19? We’ve had ZOOM weddings, weddings at home, weddings with just 10 people… For Rebecca and Wy Keat, they had all the usual excitement of the day, but with just 50 people and a Zoom call for everyone who could not be there. Paring things down meant highlighting the things that mattered. The bride also ensured that everything could be reusable, and that both her and the groom had time with their loved ones on their special day. We love the pops of joyful orange and the warmth of the venue – what a truly perfect…

  • Juan Moley Photologue. Styling by Med Karlek. HDB styled shoot. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Inspirations,  Themes

    Sophisticated Yet Moody Alternative Bridal Portraits in an HDB Flat at Toa Payoh, Singapore

    Pandemic weddings can be really special. There’s something about capturing intimate moments in the privacy and comfort of your own home, plus being at home doesn’t mean it cannot also be sexy and sophisticated. Styled by Med Kärlek Inc and captured by Juanmoley Fotologue, these styled portraits carry an effortless yet curated look – one that can be easily achieved! Phillane Cheng of Med Kärlek Inc: “We were inspired by our clients, the changing times and current pandemic, and the words of Si Ying of Eloise the Brand: ‘The union of two souls defined, not by numbers, the glitz or traditions, but the intimate moments in-between, surrounded by the people…

  • Juanmoley Fotologue. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Photographers,  Singapore

    Juanmoley Fotologue

    Facebook Juanmoley Fotologue / Instagram @juanmoleyfotologue / Email photobyjuanmoley[at]gmail.com / Contact Number +65 8268 5363 / Based in Singapore A flight attendant for 13 years, Juan took a leap of faith when she dove into the world of photography. Her photos focus largely on capturing the beauty of human connections, with the use of dramatic shadows to emphasise raw, honest emotions. Besides her abiding passion for photography, Juan also loves pottery, music and a daily cup of coffee, and is an aspiring cat whisperer. >