Here’s a clever way to show your family member’s journey and how it resulted in matrimony – I wish I did this for my wedding! … More Family Map
Previously, I blogged about the use of silk flowers in our wedding…and the result was fabulous! To further use of silk flowers, my Texan family created these beautiful display arrangements. See how we used the bouquets at the Pig Roast…At the church ceremony….And last but certainly not least, at our cake table. We also incorporated eco-friendly rose pedals by … More Silk Flower Arrangements
As mentioned, Ray and I are extremely impressed & humbled by this work of art created by my Canadian cousins. Here’s my attempt in recreating their artistic journey. See their documented timeline below. Sketches from our trip to Machu Picchu. How they knew my hair was going to be in an up-do for the wedding is beyond … More Best Handcrafted Wedding Gift (Part 2)
What an incredible wedding gift! My little cousins from Canada created this beautiful shadow (light) box display plus storage unit. According to my cousins, they stalked my husband and I on Facebook to create our bust, and researched on how the actual stain-glass window looks at our wedding venue. They even went as far as including some of our favorite cartoon … More Best Handcrafted Wedding Gift (Part 1)
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I’ve known for some time who my bridesmaids would be: my two best friends and L’s sister as the older ones, and my goddaughter and L’s niece as the little flower girls. So asking them to be part of our big day was one of the first…
Peonies, in this part of the world look like this in the summer. With that said, I was determine to have peony in my bouquet without breaking the bank. A friend told me she had a similar dilemma, and recommended using silk flowers… Which is exactly what we decided to do. My FMIL (who is a godsend) … More Our Wedding Bouquets are Here!
A few months ago, I started researching for tools to help with floor plans and seating charts. At the time, the challenges I faced were: The restaurant is built in multi-tiered, complex hexagonal structure The restaurant had no floor plan (One must ask: How on earth did other wedding planners work in this venue?) Didn’t … More Floor Plan & Seating Chart
Ta-Da! Thanks to 7 supportive individuals, our Great Wall Of Wedding Favors was complete within 2 hours. By complete, I mean assembling 210+ sheets of cut up gold paper. We still need to stuff goodies inside these little boxes. This is how the wedding favors looked as it arrived from China.
Sometime over the past 6 months, my FMIL and I decided to use wine bottles as centerpiece with origami flowers. Since we’re having a traditional Chinese banquet, we thought this style of center piece would tie in with both the theme and restaurant’s decor nicely. For our wedding, we’re expecting 200 guests (that’s 20 tables); We thought … More It takes a village to finish 60 bottles of wine!
Although I would have preferred to send the invitations out earlier (closer to 3 months in advance instead of 2), I guess better late then never, right? … More And just like that, another milestone is complete. Our wedding invites are sent!