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Intimate Soiree for Jordan & Venny's Wedding

We always love intimate weddings, but this one takes the cake for being the wedding with the smallest guest list! With a total of 10 guests, we could definitely feel the warm ambience of our couple wed while being surrounded with their closest family.

These smaller weddings have a special atmosphere that make magical moments, and this one is definitely one of them 🤍

Stay tuned for this beautiful soiree and union of love in honour of J&V.

This time we used plenty of neutral florals with a hint of purple. Take a peek into their wedding stationery details, with a bespoke calligraphy suite by Claudia Rachel.

As both our bride and groom are deeply religious, they chose to add something personal into their stationery, a beautiful bible verse. We always recommend our couples to incorporate something personal to their wedding stationeries, to make it mean something and act as a keepsake of their special day.

Featured here, the papeteries set for their wedding from House of Papeterie. We have the fully customised Holy Matrimony book, as well as mask pouches for our couple. Well designed and thought out papeteries design ensure that the wedding concept is properly carried out from the tiniest details!

Our bride is a fan of simplicity, thus we came up with this classic white satin wedding dress. She always wanted something that is not too much but still looking elegant at the same time. Jean Tirtamarta perfectly translated every single thing we wanted in this dress.

With the big bow detached on her back, she looked simply stunning from every angle 🤍

To match the all white satin dress, tiny pearls and florals were added to her veil, to create some shimmer and bling to elevate the wedding dress. Such a classic beauty and something we'd totally still wear in 10 years time!

For the reception decor, we played with a minimalist colour palette, shades of neutrals. For the twist, a touch of purple colour is added to enhance the simplicity desired. We wanted to get the airy vibes, hence the loose florals that were chosen to decorate the entire venue.

Frosted acrylic board, golden fonts, and loose floral installations made this beautiful welcome sign to greet the guests.

Continuing to the Holy Matrimony set up, simple yet sophisticated that is🤍

You can never go wrong with a classic arch, especially with an intimate celebration like this! As we previously mentioned, the arrangements were all made neutral with only a subtle hint of purple to create an everlasting impression. Lastly gold chairs were added to make the whole set up more refined.

Pay attention to the florals used, we used dominantly dried and preserved blooms to get this look. If you're a fan of this clean rustic look, opt for preserved rather than fresh flowers!

Some beautiful snippets of the Holy Matrimony ceremony.

To continue the celebration, a small luncheon was held to celebrate the union! The Swissotel Penthouse had a long table that we could utilise as the main centrepiece.

Lets have a look at this beautiful set up of the lunch celebration! First time visiting this room, we immediately fell in love with the venue’s original furnitures

We wanted hanging arrangements atop the original light piece, and a lush long floral arrangement around the table.

Couldn’t be more in love with these arrangements by Weddings by Pola, who successfully transformed this room into a beautiful wedding venue 🤍

A celebration wouldn’t be complete without a cake! Always love our brainstorming session with EC Cakery, when our references turned into this beautiful matte velvet cake with translucent ornaments! 😍

Thank you Jordan & Venny, this was such a beautiful ceremony and soiree, making us fall in love with intimate weddings even more! We wish you both a lifetime of love and happiness!


Together with them, we made their wedding dreams came true:

Venue - @swissoteljkt

Wedding Conceptor & Stylist - @behind.thevows

Decoration - @weddingsbypola

Cake - @ec_cakery

Bouquet - @weddingsbypola

Calligraphy - @claudiaarachel


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