Wedding: JiaYi+Mike

Working with Jia Yi and Mike was such a breeze! Fun, creative and super easy-going, the couple came ready with a clear idea of what they wanted for their wedding. Being fond of textures and...

Wedding: Jeremy+Sureeporn

"Flow" was the word that Suree used to define the concept of her wedding…and I loved it so much! Just one word could convey that exact image and feel, and everything just came together so easily....

Wedding: Kim+Alvin

Kim and Alvin's contemporary and romantic wedding is still one of my favourites! Kim approached me to do her personal flowers, and she had a very clear idea of what she wanted: a vertical bouquet, with no...

Wedding: Christa+Lawrence

Christa and Lawrence's colourful and beautiful wedding with the "overgrown garden" theme – This couple are the sweetest ever! Meeting them each time was something I was always looked forward to. Soft, caring, patient and adventurous,...

Wedding: Daryl+Jamie

Another throwback to last summer's beautiful and cheerful wedding of Daryl and Jamie, inspired by Pantone's 'Living Coral'. Bright and iridescent palette of coral, sky blue, sand, tan, peach, mustard, salmon, sunny yellow, tangerine, scarlet...

Wedding: Doreen+Kalfester

Doreen & Kalfester's rustic theme wedding at The Summerhouse. Such a sweet and beautiful couple those two! I was lucky to work on Doreen's pre-wedding shoot bouquet a few months before, that traveled all the way...

Wedding: Wen Li+Nigel

A throwback to Wen Li & Nigel's cozy and intimate wedding in June last year. I remember when we met to discuss the couple's preferences and brainstorm some ideas, it turned out that both of them had...

autumn harvest gns

Wedding: Karen+Jesher

What does it feel like to carry a bunch of ripe, juicy, just-harvested fruits and veggies? That's what I kept in mind while working on Karen and Jesher's personal flowers for their wedding day. Karen and...

raffles hotel wedding gathered and styled

Wedding: Christine+Daniel

This boho vibe! Such a beautiful ceremony! When Christine and Daniel first came to me, they didn't really have a particular theme in mind. Christine liked blue, and wanted a 'girl-next-door' feel, while Daniel, I guess...