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02-06-2014 05:33 PM #1
Need advice for garden wedding
hello, newbie here. Anyone held garden wedding before? How was it?
Coz i feel it is v troublesome to go by traditional chinese style.
Must we need to hire a wedding planner? Or actually we can do it by our own way. How about those wed items or accessories like flower stands?
03-06-2014 08:56 AM #2
hello! I had a garden solemnisation in March just past @ jewelbox (now rebranded as faber peak)
I guess the greenery is something that is amazing, however, you will have to pray very hard for good weather in order to get the most ideal feel you want for your wedding...things like "sun too bright", "dark clouds looming", "so hot no fan ah", "shit, is my makeup melting" kind of situation can be constantly on your mind...otherwise, it will be just picture perfect!
I did not hire wedding planner, instead, I had the help of my friend who is also the florist as well as venue deco in charge. I must say without her help, I will probably have freaked out planning and doing the deco stuffs. She takes pride in her work, so you can rest assure she will do the best for you, just have to communicate to her what exactly u want or don't want :P
03-06-2014 02:48 PM #3
Lucky bride! ur solemnisation must be full of romance and joy! i have asked wedding planner, it costs sgd2000 at least, gosh....
and my fren suggested me to rent those deco stuffs at bridal shops... what do u think? is it worth?
03-06-2014 05:12 PM #4
i suggest that you find a venue that can offer both indoor and outdoor places in case some unexpected circumstances would occur.
07-06-2014 03:49 PM #5
Ya... will look into it! many thx!! To be honest, having a garden wedding is much difficult than traditional one~~
10-06-2014 05:42 PM #6
getting a wedding planner would be really helpful you know. they can give you suggestions to improve your ideas.
11-06-2014 11:41 AM #7
Outdoor wedding has to deal with the weather, which is unpredictable. Back up plan is a must
11-06-2014 05:30 PM #8
i suggest that you get a place that can also offer an indoor venue in case some changes in the weather would occur.
30-09-2014 05:56 PM #9
Yeah I agree!! You should have a back up plan just in case of bad weather! Garden weddings seem to be in style this season and many couples are opting for really pretty garden venues like hort park/sentosa resorts!! And I think it's not necessary to hire a wedding planner if you have friends that can help you out, although I think that hiring a planner will definitely lessen your load!! Good luck though
03-10-2014 05:22 PM #10
i suggest that you pick a garden venue that has indoor and outdoor areas
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