Monday, February 13, 2012

Real Wedding: Tengku Azura and Rahmat, Part II

This is Part II of Real Wedding: Tengku Azura and Rahmat. To see Part I of this white winter wedding, please scroll down or simply click here.

In Part I we saw this beautiful winter-themed wedding in a different light, literally. Moments before guests arrived and festivities of the memorable evening kicked off, the regular lights were turned down, the candles were lit, and a magical blanket of blue filled the ballroom.


Enchanting, isn't it? We can't get over how almost completely different this looks from before the lighting came on!

With indoor wedding receptions, which probably account for 95 percent of all receptions in Malaysia due to our hot and humid weather, and inconsistent rainy seasons, one of the most important elements is lighting if ambiance is something you are very particular about. Many wedding locations - mainly hotel ballrooms - provide this to a certain extent.

For Azura and Rahmat's wedding, Wishing Tree is proud to provide this service as well. We also draped the entire ballroom to enable more control over the ambiance and to reflect the lighting for the overall mood. For this white winter theme, practically any colour lighting would have worked, but we went with blue. Light the candles hanging from the trees, and you've got pure magic in the air.


When using all-white florals, you can see how easily they pick up the light. White spot lights can be used to draw focus, colour lighting is used to create ambiance and mood, and candle light adds so much warmth to any setting.

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Caught in the spotlights - the wedding cake on the stage, and the two types of guest table centerpieces. The low centerpiece features white chrysanthemum, white roses, white chrysanthemum "ping pong" and white lilies. As described in Part I, the tall arrangements are filled with white roses and some lilies, with tendrils of white mathiola and silverleaf.

The lights were turned down even more during cocktails and guests mingled in the bewitching ballroom. Very minimal blue/cyan lighting was used and countless candles and tealights helped to provide the mood and atmosphere. It was almost as if you were inside the glow worm caves of New Zealand.


We hope that this wedding has been an inspiration to those of you who are planning a wedding. This theme is totally flexible in that this can be customized for an outdoor wedding if that is what you are dreaming of. Just give us a call or drop us an e-mail, and we will work out the designs for you!

Thank you once again, to our lovely bride Tengku Azura and her new husband, Rahmat, for the honour of being a part of your most treasured life event and for sharing this beautiful reception with our readers.

See Part I of 'Real Wedding: Tengku Azura and Rahmat'.


New England Wedding said...

The concept is really great, indeed it is very enchanted. How much it cost?

Wishing Tree said...

Hi there, and thank you. The photos you have seen of 'Real Wedding: Tengku Azura and Rahmat' do not include personal flowers and decor that was outside the ballroom (cocktail reception, registration, entrance, etc). This was about MYR80,000.

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