Category Archives: Décor

Jade’s Holy Matrimony

Jade had wanted an abundance of luxe baby’s breath for her church wedding. She had gotten our signature baby’s breath bouquets for her bridesmaids with customised name tags. With a rustic touch preferred, she had opted for baby’s breath burlap sack cones to line the aisle. With self decorated mason jars, we had provided baby’s breath to fill them. Pink carnation bouquets were also selected to express her thanks to the mothers.

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Venue: Charis Methodist Church

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Atlee & Shi Ying Solemnisation

A different from norm couple as Atlee (the groom) was the one who approached and liaised with us for the floras and decor. However, we later found out that he got to know about us from Shi Ying (the bride). The couple’s request was to have red for the floras and the solemnisation decor.

Here’s what we styled and crafted for the couple (venue: Tunglok Signatures @ Central) and coincidentally the very next day was National Day:

Atlee & Shi Ying Solemnisation

We love how the red spruced up the place. 😀
Here’s the before and after pictures of the similar set of table and chairs to see the contrast!

BEFORE


AFTER

Also showing some close-up pictures of the floras:

Atlee & Shi Ying Florals

Wishing Atlee and Shi Ying joyous life ahead!

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Noel & Amy – Anson’s Baby Shower

Noel & Amy had gotten us to craft their solemnisation bouquet previously. We received a new enquiry from them few months back. This time is something beyond weddings. Noel & Amy are having a baby boy!

Excited over the piece of news for the couple. We also started out our journey to plan the baby shower for them. We opted for blue, white and silver to add a touch of elegance to the palette. We know having to a new mouth to feed wasn’t going to be easy, We suggested decorations without getting helium involved as it is a known fact that helium aren’t very friendly on purses.

Here’s how we spruce up a relatively open and large space with a relatively pocket friendly  budget:
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Amy specially requested for baby rompers on with clothes pegs as they looked perfectly cute to decorate the place with. We used alternating blue and yellow to liven things up. The couple also printed photos of their lovely boy to be displayed as well. Guests loved the baby rompers and photos on pegs and the area turned into a good phototaking backdrop as well.

Thanks Noel and Amy to let us participate in another milestone of your lives. Wishing blissfulness to you both and your family always! Looking for event decor? We welcome all enquries beyond weddings!

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Jeremy & Eileen’s Wedding

Eileen: Hiya. Do you decorate bridal car? (She proceeds to send images of a trolley bus)
FDTN: Wow.. That’s your bridal “car”?
Eileen: Haa
FDTN: For real?


And that’s how it all began. Receiving an whatsapp enquiry from Eileen end March. Eileen had spotted the bus commuting on roads and she wanted something special for as the wedding day ride together with her entourage party. Having not done a wedding bus decor before, we took up the challenge bravely.

First things first is to know your “enemy”. We made arrangements to track down so as to recee the bus that was in operation. We took pictures and shared with the bride. We looked for ideas on how to decorate the bigger than norm wedding vehicle and met up with the couple to discuss the colours, decor to be done.

The other aspect Eileen had wanted are customised signages – green road sign with their names and signs to announce the bride’s arrival during the march-in.

Here are the signs we hand crafted for the couple. Adding a playful touch as the Part II of the march-in signs warned Jeremy that it was too late to run now. We can imagine the guests chuckling when they see the sign.




And unveiling the wedding bus decor…

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The colours, white, pink, purple, symbolising purity, sweetness and romance, they complemented each other. To combat the possibility of having wet weather, we had made tulle poms poms (as you may have spotted earlier on our IG) and fabric buntings. “Just Hitched” sign was definitely also weather proof!

The interior of the bus had flower pews which we made little bouquets for easy removal and they can be either recycled for the dinner reception or given to guests. Pictures hung from the handle bars of the bus, bringing the couple down memory lane.

“I like your proactiveness & professionalism! Thank you!” – words from the couple.
Touched by these appreciative words and this boosted our energy levels! We thank both Jeremy & Eileen for believing in us to participate in your big day, despite no prior portfolio decorating a bus.   Wishing you both blissful lives ahead!

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Jingda & Angelina’s Wedding

We received a request to do a simple car decor for Jindga & Angelina’s wedding due to their bridal shop did not provide it as one of the perks.

Angelina had requested it to be simple and wanted to add Line character plushies to make the car decor something they can call their own. The colour palette was chosen to be pink and white by the bride.

Below is what we crafted for Jingda and Angelina, something simple and sweet.

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Sherman & Sharlene’s Wedding

We received an SOS call from Sharlene Anne less than 2 weeks to her big day. She had a situation whereby she had no car decor due to some reasons and she was checking if we could help her out. Miraculously, our schedule wasn’t packed and the materials we had matched what Sharlene Anne’s colour palette. We quickly arranged for the pair of wedding Le Sucre bunnies to be passed to us under the bride’s request to have them as part of the car decor.

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On the day of car tying, we experienced drizzle and traffic jam was faced by Sharlene when she picked up the car. We crossed our fingers that the weather would be kind for her wedding the next day. Weather was fabulous, the couple is blissful and everyone enjoyed themselves. Catch a glimpse of the car decor at 3:10. 🙂


Wedding Highlights of Sherman and Sharlene by SGMedia.

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Qi Yao & Cuixia’s Wedding

Qi Yao and Cui Xia were looking for church wedding decorations to fit into their budget. They came to FDTN with a blue wedding in mind. They had wanted to incorporate DIY touches to their wedding in order to keep the costs efficient.

After some recommendations, the couple had decided to go with roses and ivy leaves as their floral selection. For a softer look, the couple had decided on pastel colours – white, cream and light pink instead. To keep the blue element they had in mind previously, blue ribbons were selected.

Altar flowers were also crafted using the same palette of colours. As a last minute idea, FDTN had used ivy leaves to create a heart shape for the church pew decors. Even the solemnisation centerpiece bore the same heart shape.

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As gratitude to the mothers, the couple had also decided to present bouquets to them. Cuixia had specially chosen pink and blue according to the preferences of the dearest ladies of their lives.

A last minute decision was also to get FDTN to create a cascading wedding bouquet for the bride. We crafted a bouquet that will definitely turn heads. Not having the usual ribbons, the bouquet had ivy leaves to secure it. With hanging green amaranthus, the never ending bouquet was unique and one of the kind.

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Venue: Bedok Lutheran Church
Florals: Roses, baby’s breath, ivy leaves.

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Frederic & Allena’s Wedding

Allena was one of the winners of the customised wood signs’ giveaway. She had also wanted to customise road signs for her wedding reception venue. Slowly,  our relationship developed. Allena shared her visions for her dream wedding. We listened and gave ideas on how it could be realised like a friend’s causal remarks.

Then one day, the question came. Allena asked if we could helped her with her wedding dinner reception decor despite her having no prior thoughts of engaging a vendor to do so. We readily accepted the challenge. We talked about almost everything – from venue linen choices to solemnisation chairs decor.

Here is the fairytale theme crafted for Frederic and Allena, using white and pink as the base colours:

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Wishing the prince and princess a Happily Ever After..

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Mike & Evangeline’s Wedding

What is blue, comes from the future and has a pocket with endless gadgets and surprises? It is Doraemon! あん、あん、あん。とてもだいすき、どらあもん!

Evangeline being a big Doraemon fan has got to have a wedding with her favourite cartoon character. Held in the classy Fullerton hotel, we decided that the doraemon blue has to blend into the white colonial building. We had doraemon wishing cards for guests to pen down their well wishes and wedding advice to the lovely couple. Doraemon plushies decorated the space as well. For her dessert table, we had 12 mini doraemons displayed in a dessert tiered rack. Customised doraemon signages were also specially designed for the wedding. Our floras were white eustomas displayed in clear glasses and dressed smartly in doraemon blue ribbons.

Evangeline also entrusted her actual day bouquet to us along with the fathers’ corsages. We crafted the bouquet with blue hydrangeas and white eustomas. In addition, we also gave the bouquet a slight touch of red to signify the happiness of the joyous occasion. Finished with pure white and doraemon blue ribbons, the bouquet looked simple and classy. The groom’s boutonnière had the same white and blue ribbon finish. For the fathers’ boutonnières, we used gold ribbons to complete the elegant look.

Evangeline also wanted to make something useful out of the cream coloured roses bouquet (provided by the bridal studio) for her bridesmaids. We took the bouquet apart and transformed the bouquet along with new flowers into 5 bridesmaids bouquets. They sported a brand new look with added red roses, completed with the same pure white and doraemon blue ribbons.

Another task for us was to put on the car decor the couple had gotten from the bridal studio as it was based in the neighbouring country.

Here’s what we created for Mike and Evangeline.
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Wishing Mike and Evangeline an everlasting marriage!

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Ethan & Winnie’s Wedding

Pink is definitely the hot favourite colour in most weddings. Being a colour symbolic of sweetness, Winnie was disappointed when her bridal shop didn’t offer pink as part of the car decor selection. It did not help when her wedding colour palette is pink, and turquoise.

Winnie had preferred a rounded car decor for the bonnet but the bridal shop’s design is elongated and the green silk flowers cannot be interchanged with pink ones to match her wedding colour palette.

The bride did not fancy the car handle decor as she wanted flowers to be included as well.

After discussion with From Day Till Night and showing Winnie a couple of designs, we decided that we would try to “recycle” some of the bridal shop’s car decor and transform it into her dream car decor.

Here’s a sneak peek of the car bonnet decor we sent to Winnie. incorporating white, pink and turquoise, we crafted Winnie’s vision of car decor.

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Here’s the completed car decor. We used pink and white sashes and gave the bridal car the a sweet outlook. One of the Ethan’s (the groom) friends asked if watering the flowers is needed after we completed the car decor. I guess the the flowers looked so pretty that he thought that they were real. 😀

We were glad both Winnie and Ethan loved the car decor and we wish them a sweet marriage life ahead just like the pink in the car decor! 🙂

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