On a sunny Monday afternoon, this gorgeous couple tied the knot! At the entrance there was a large poster of the bride and groom.
The couple opted for a deep shade of red for their wedding. I loved how bold it was; the red stood out in our neutrally coloured Yorkeen hall.
The guest book table was decked in gold and red, which are traditional colours in the Chinese Culture. I liked how Liu and Han combined east and west by incorporating some aspects of their heritage and culture into their wedding. Chinese people are really into numbers because some numbers mean good things like the #8 and some, like #4, are symbols of misfortune and generally avoided in all cases. Keeping that in mind, Liu and Han had their ceremony at exactly 10:58, which I’m assuming stands for good health, wealth and happiness.
I absolutely adored the red and white balloons! Balloons bring me back to the childhood days of innocence and simplicity. I remember holding onto balloons and just watching them float in the air as hours passed, I felt relaxed, happy and I was able to live in the moment. I think that these balloons served as a strong reminder for the guests, and me as well, to just be in the moment and enjoy today, not thinking forwards or backwards.
The weather was perfect for an outdoor ceremony.
The Flower Factory delivered beautiful flowers as always!
Lunch was served by Wescadia.
The wedding cake was from Ganache Patisserie. Although the colour of the cake was essentially just white and cream coloured, the subtle differences between the shades made the cake stand out.
Cake: Ganache Patisserie
Florist: The Flower Factory
Photographer: Lovely Wedding Studio