We Asked Wedding Planners To Plan Their Dream Weddings

Phillane Cheng, Med Kärlek Inc.

“After working on weddings for a couple of years, when it came to designing my own, it was a huge challenge. I’m my biggest critic and there are so many brilliant and talented vendors I admire and look up to. Some, I have the honour to call friends and work closely with. If I could do my wedding all over again, I wouldn’t want to change a thing. But if I could add these details to my actual wedding, it would’ve been even better.”

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The dream wedding

“Our theme was organic, neutral and elegant. We wanted the wedding to be about the people we love, so the set-up was minimal because we wanted to give time and attention to the people around us. We had our wedding solemnisation at a church and our banquet at Conrad hotel. If there was one thing we wish we did, it would be to hold one more in Perth. It’s where my husband proposed and a place we call our second home. I would have also liked to have set a portion of the wedding in a forest or garden in Perth. I love the idea of a cosy, forest wedding (I love trees!). It would have been an intimate celebration with just our closest family and friends. The main design elements include bulb lights, texture from fabric and leaves, and lots of plants! The furniture would have included raw wooden benches and wooden tables.”

Dream wedding vendors

Florist: Floral Magic
Gown: Caramel & Co.
Suit: Dylan & Son
Invitation and thank you letter for guests: Gift of Grace
Rings: LivLov Fine Jewelry & Wedding Rings
Hand-dyed ribbons: Eirene Artisan
Photographer: Samuel Goh

Text: Karen Fong
Additional text: Zoe Zeng
Images: 123RF.com, provided by wedding planners
Instagram Accounts: @caramelcompany, @floralmagic_, @eireneartisan, @livlovjewelry


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