Another #InStyleOriginalDesign presented to you. This is a "Retro Rustic" setup we did for the wedding of Nazlia & Rakha. Something different, something unique, something never seen before. Giving you that "retrospective" feel, the colour scheme was done in deep brown, maroon, white and a touch of gold.
This was one of our biggest setups in 2018. Together with our vendor bestfriend, Lovingnans, this was one of our most favourite (and most luxurious) decorations. From the foyer, the welcome area, the photo walls, the photo booth, the VIP section, the wedding gate up to the pelamin. We played around with shades of pink and heaps of bright coloured floral arrangement. We named this particular setup "A Timeless Romance."
The bride was unsure about the wedding decoration she wanted. However, she was a hundred percent sure she was going to wear a rose gold gown. And from there, we were discussing whether to set the decoration in the colour scheme of shocking pink, or dark blue. It was the latter, that we recommended. This setup was done together with our partner Lovingnans.
We. Were. So. Happy. To. Accept. This. Job. Seriously though, simply because it was a different request. This was a Malay-style pelamin that we did for Rafika & Fauzan. We were given the chance to do a wedding decoration in the style of Malaysian Weddings right here in Batam city. And so we went all out for this. Fabrics all the way. Flower bombs everywhere!
Stardust. That's what inspired us for this wedding. The bride and the groom had a "navy blue & white" vision on their minds, which simply started with the invitation. This gave us a spark of idea and explored the option of applying navy blue colour as a base with splashes of white dots everywhere.
A translucent wedding combined with Nusantara elements. We did this whole look in the colour scheme of broken white, gold, peach and maroon. We kept everything as modern as we could, while maintaining the Indonesian styling in the floral arrangement. We did this one together with our partner Lovingnans.
Rustic meets with contemporary. That's what happens in this wedding. We created an overall warm tone for the pelamin, but did not want to lose the aesthetic of a grand wedding. We incorporated rustic elements and colours, but still managed to let some colours pop up. Take a look at the following picture.
We are so thrilled to share this remarkable wedding with everyone. This wedding was one of our favourite weddings to design and work on, and it was for a whole lot of different reasons. First of, this was a high profile client. The bride is a capital-city presenter, actress and national television programme host. The groom, on the other hand, is a national singer from the show The Voice Indonesia. So hands up, no pressure at all, right? Second of, this was not our first wedding, but it was our very first outdoor wedding, something that not a lot of Indonesians (Batam citizens, in particular) are willing to do.
This was our very first wedding job. Although we had no experience in handling wedding decoration, these bride and groom were very eager and willing to let us decorate one the biggest moments in their life. After a long discussion, we decided on all white and forest green as the colour palette of the reception.