Grand and Classy Wedding at Hong Kong Club

Hello all, today we are going to blog about a grand wedding affair for a classy couple held at the prestigious Hong Kong Club in Central.

Behind each of our wedding, there are a lot of designing, planning, sourcing props and even DIY to make each wedding unique. For this wedding, the bride wanted to incorporate rose gold for the dinner reception so it has to come from something else outside flowers. After some brainstorming, we suggested incorporating rose gold in the pillar candles and table numbers. We couldn't find any readily available rose gold candles so decided to make them ourselves. We spent hourssss gilding almost 100 candles and numbers with rose gold foil but think they are completely worth the effort.

We heart incorporating a personal element in each wedding, for this couple, sailing is their passion so we arranged a sailboat on a sea of flowers for at the reception.

The focal point of the venue are these magnificent and breathtaking Roman style columns and arches which provide a perfect backdrop for the ceremony.

We pictured luxuriant flowers at the top of the columns with sumptuous garlands spiraling all the way down. And tada, here they are after we finished setting up! Really pleased with the impact and how the flowers instantly soften up the columns and liven up the venue.

White lanterns with flowers graced the aisle together with a matching garland for the signing table.

To achieve a soft, romantic and natural look for the bridal bouquet, we mixed blush Keira Garden Rose, white Spray Rose and Scabiosa with Japanese white Sweet Pea and soft pink Gomphrena for the bridal bouquet.

After the ceremony and cocktail, the venue was transformed for the dinner reception.

Guests get to feast their eyes on these tailormade compote centerpieces with Rose, Spray Rose, Phalaenopsis, Syringa, Tweedia and Dusty Miller, arranged loosely in a natural garden style.

What a view during dinner, almost feels like being transformed to a different era!

For the Head Table, Holland Scabiosa, Japanese Sweet Pea, Spiraea Cantoniensis and Gomphrena were also used. Think the rose gold pillar candles and table numbers are really photogenic and also added a touch of glamour amongst the soft colour flowers!

One last look at the arches, it was definitely a labour of love so a little heartbreaking when we had to take them down at the end of the night, but we think all the efforts were totally worthwhile. What does everyone think?

It has been delightful meeting the couple and such a huge honour to design for their Big Day. Hearty congrats and we wish you two a blessed, blissful and beautiful marriage!