Rustic Peach Wedding at HK Country Club

Have been looking forward to this wedding for a long time and super duper excited to be finally sharing it!

Jasmine is a gentle and sweet bride who loves rustic details. We were excited about her vision not to mention the colour palette being one that we swoon over, peach and mint green! 
The reception was held at the Hong Kong Country Club, with a fun outdoor lunch reception on the lawn for friends and colleagues.

When we found out that the bridal car is a Rolls Royce, we suggested baby's breath garlands instead of those commonly seen car arrangements and can say heart how they turned out!




Chalkboard signs placed along the way to lead guests to the venue.


On one side of the lawn, we planned a number of checkpoints and stations. First, a sweet floral path to welcome the guests.



Then a table for guests to drop off their gifts for the couple's honeymoon fund with a rustic glasshouse filled with jars and bud vases of flowers.



Whilst guests queue for the next stop, they can take a look at the couple's travel pics on a fun ladder display.



Guests can then take polaroid pics with props and also leave the couple some sweet messages. The table was adorned with a genuine vintage mint Hermes 3000 typewriter {made in a Swiss and first introduced in 1958!!!} filled with flowers. Quite chuffed when we overheard guys commented that the typewriter is awesome as we don't really expect them to notice these things.


Lastly, time for guests to find where their tables before heading to their seats. Escort cards are so much prettier and more fun than table plans. We came up with the idea of displaying them on rustic shutters and the bride had matching cards to the invites printed.


Mini wood alphabets showing surnames to help guests find their escort cards easily.


And centerpieces! Mixture of jam jars, milk bottles and mini bud vases of flowers filled the long tables. Heart the bride's personalised table runners with the wedding logo embroidered on them.


The couple's sweetheart table dressed up with burlap and lace table linen, jars of flowers, rustic Mr. and Mrs. and also a set of lanterns. Flowers included an array of the prettiest peach and apricot Garden Roses, pink Spray Roses, Chamomile Daisies, Dusty Miller with mini Succulents dotted along.


Last but not least, we arranged giant balloons to go with our mint green bike, quite a few guests took turns to snap pics with it after lunch. This can also be an awesome prop for engagement photo shoots.


So happy to be working with the talented photographer, Jada Poon again and just have to share a few of her dreamy pics.

Here's Jasmine's bridal bouquet with so many yummy flowers including peach Campanella and Juliet Garden Roses, amazing large pastel Ranunculus, white Snowberry, Asclepias Tuberosa Ice Ballet and Lambs Ear with a touch of trailing foliage. 


Props always add fun and help couples pose and here is one of the options - a large rustic wreath with a banner message. Looks good whether hung on a tree or "framing" the sweet newlyweds' smooch.


The centerpieces...


So many lovely sweet little details! Rosemary sprig was tucked in the tailormade napkins for all the place settings.


Closeup shot of the sweetheart table.


Looking good not just from the front but also from behind, chalkboard chair sign for the bride's seat.


Can you feel the love in the air?


The couple having fun with our bike, so sweet it's like adding honey to whipped cream!


Got to be our favourite pic!!!


We were fortunate to be involved in styling this wedding, apart from the flowers, we also did many chalkboard signs, arranged furniture rental and balloons, designed escort cards and table runners, sourced loads of sweet props to make the wedding completely unique and filled with the loveliest details.

There are always unexpected challenges in every wedding and the day before the wedding, typhoon signal was hosted although it was November! It was really windy when we were setting up so we had to improvise and made some last minute adjustments. Fortunately the weather held up, everything was setup, there was even a little sun when the lunch started and all the guests had a blast.

Jasmine, thank you for all your trust and allowing us to be a part of your wedding. To you and Ian, congrats on tying the knot and we wish you two a married life filled with love and happiness!