Monochromatic Glam for Stanley & Jessica's Wedding

Monochrome will never go out of style! Stanley & Jessica came to us wanting to incorporate this color palette into their wedding. Not many couples chose to use black, so we had to applaud them in their commitment in using such strong color.

If you think black, you might automatically think modern. However, our bride here is a fan of the classic garden vibe. There are some particularly notable twists as well in this wedding, so definitely stay tuned on how we styled this wedding to match our couple's aesthetic tastes. Going from back and forth inspirations and ideas, we're finally proud to welcome this event into #BTVWeddings.


Starting of their once in a lifetime event with some unique details.

Their adoration for something classic led them to chose this keepsake by famed calligrapher Truffy Pi. With beautiful calligraphy and intricate artwork, we can't help but swoon over this piece.



Jessica is a big fan of the Anemone flower, but don't you agree that its unique shape and black center, made it a perfect floral to adorn this wedding? Finished with plenty of gold flakes, and a beautiful monochrome paperweight, we absolutely loved this styled keepsake!



Being someone who grew up with fairy tales, Jessica specially sourced this "Cinderella" trinket - as we call it - to style with their vow books, for the happily ever after vibe.



To match the little details, this bold, black serpent perfume was selected to match our bride's personality.



Customized menu and place cards from House of Papeterie made specially for their reception. Keeping in mind modern designs, the stationery was created minimally without too much elements, but instead playing on the finishing of gold foiling and unique paper shape instead.



Their printed invitations from Kami Paperie featured the same modern fonts and gold foiling finish.



Mandatory ringbox shot to remind the couple of their big day..





Jess looking stunning in her bridal robe, while posing for those effortless poses.



This robe featured a mix of two materials, delicate lace and flowy chiffon. Together, it created a beautiful, light piece of attire, suitable for every classic bride on their special day.




The bride and her squad! All bridesmaids were donned in champagne dresses by Soecah Bridesmaid. Jess on the other hand slipped into her minimalist dress from Hian Tjen.




Leave it up to Hian Tjen and his signature style to design something modern but everlasting for Jessica. The satin fabric was folded to create a asymmetric drape from the bodice down to the sides of the dress. You can never go wrong with this style!






Capturing the stunning florals of this wedding. Done exquisitely by Lily of the Alley Florals, the morning bouquet consisted of only white David Austin roses for the clean and round look, while the other boutonnieres had a touch of black preserved hydrangeas for the monochrome look.


From the moment our bride walked into the venue with her beloved father, you could see how thick the surrounding flowers were. Fun fact, this floral aisle was 6 meter wide!




We built a three meters wide garden each on both sides of the aisle to achieve this look. The contrast between the flowers & backdrop versus the wall surrounding them helped to make it stand out even more.



This look wouldn't have been achieved without the help of lighting ambience, where we turned off all the venue lights and the decoration was highlighted only with ambient lighting, creating an amazing atmosphere of mysterious and elegant.




The ceremony set took everyone’s breath away! We can’t emphasize how much we LOVE the Ceremony decoration turned out. Thanks to Lotus Design & Decor and also Evo Light Pro for such a perfect lighting set up.




Can she get 2 looks in one day? YES! Jessica already went for the modern look for her Holy Matrimony, hence she immediately feel in love with this shimmery and fully glitter beaded dress for reception.



Complemented by this gleaming crown from Rinaldy Yunardi, and holding a bouquet of perfectly monochrome orchids, Jessica truly looked like a princess getting her happily ever after!



Before moving on to the reception decoration, we wanted to highlight this stunner first. Jessica wanted a 7-tiers wedding cake, cause she loves everything grande.


Not stop at fulfilling her request there, we chose to add an extra 2 tiers of crystal ornaments to create a floating illusion in between, resulting in a simply grand centrepiece of the stage. Credits goes to Le Novelle Cake for this beautiful piece. 😍




Still keeping the “simple but sophisticated” design with an all time favourite black, white and gold colour palette. Different colour on different ornaments was applied here, so black and white was not bluntly mixed altogether. White for flowers, while black for supporting ornaments like wall cover, table cloth, and stationeries. The objective was to distinct the flowers and other ornaments to build the dramatic effect we desired.




Crystal-like effects was also added to glam up the room, that can be seen through the hanging ornaments, candelabra and acrylic chair that we used.




The bridal table were filled with stacks of fresh white florals, accompanied by the tableware from Semeja and stationery by House of Papeterie. Ensuring every single detail matched with this wedding concept and bringing this monochromatic glam wedding to life!



Thank you Stanley & Jessica for trusting us in taking part of your big day.

It was such a lovely wedding prep journey with you both 🤍🖤


 

Credits:

Wedding Stylist - @behind.thevows

Wedding Organizer - @eugeneandfriends

Invitation - @kami.paperie

Stationery - @houseofpapeterie

Calligraphy - @truffypi

Ring Box - @shmilybox

Wedding Dress - @hiantjen

Hairpiece - @rinaldyyunardi

MUA - @andreaszhu_official

Bouquets - @lilyofthealley_studio

Bridesmaids Dresses - @soecah_bridesmaid

Venue - @fairmontjakarta

Decoration - @yu_cienlotus

Tableware - @se.meja

Lighting - @evolightpro

Cake - @lenovellecake

Photo - @reynardkarmanphoto @morden.co