Vivian and James wanted their wedding to be not only a celebration of the love they shared together, but also a day to honour their family and friends, thanking them for their love and support. The couple showed their appreciation by hosting an affair full of flair and opulence, designed and planned by Wendy Lee of Asian Fusion Weddings. A palette of vivid scarlet and ornate gold was the cornerstone of the wedding, one rich with Chinese tradition. The ballrooms of the King Edward hotel served as the elegant backdrop to the festivities.
Throughout the day, the couple honoured their families in a series of tea ceremonies — a sweet tea promotes continued happiness; lotus seeds and red dates are said to bring the newlyweds children early and often. At the reception, guests were treated to an exquisite seven course meal by Vivian’s Uncle’s company, Grand Catering. Meanwhile, lion dancers and acrobats entertained the crowd until it was time for the dancing to begin. Before departing for the evening each of the guests was favoured with a jade token from H&F Jewellery.
Supported and surrounded by their beloved family and friends, Vivian and James celebrated their marriage with a day of tradition born of their heritage. It was a day they won’t soon forget.
Photography: Calvin Lee
Planning, Decor and Floral Design: Wendy Lee, Asian Fusion Weddings
Venue: King Edward Hotel
Bride’s Gown: Jim Hjelm from Kleinfeld Bridal
Wedding Bands, Bride’s Jewellery, Groom’s Cufflinks, Bridesmaids & Groomsmen’s Jewellery: H&F Jewellery
Hairstyling and Makeup: May Nguyen
Groom’s Tuxedo: Garrison Bespoke
Groom’s Watch: Audemars Piguet
Decor Rentals: Exclusive Affair Rentals, Chairman Mills, Stars Decoration
Cake: Dessert Trends
Dance Floor Monogram: VM Promotion
Catering: Grand Catering
Ceremony String Quartet: Vivace
Live Band: Mellow Dee
DJ: Michael Coombs
Acrobats & Lion Dancers: Sunny Tang Martial Arts Center
Videography: Summerfield Films