January 14, 2012

royal reverie

we were perusing through previous portfolios when we found this interesting design that we did almost two years ago. 'twas a simple pelamin that made quite a spectacular impact, especially on the delighted client. a recent client wanted to have a simple affair for her wedding reception. so we thought that this design would suit her requirements perfectly. we decided to revive it, with changes of course. the original design was set up in a living room without the necessity to embellish a large space. this recent design, however, was set up on a stage in a ballroom at the Berjaya Times Square hotel with substantial room for more decorative adventures. so, we instructed our angels to set up the occasion and be mindful of the need to keep it simple in design yet splendid in impact. to compensate the lull of the muted color palette picked by the client, our angels provided plenty of textures and subtle nuances in the choices of fabric and flowers. heavy luxuriant drapes and overlays gave the ambiance a regal touch while lush gregarious flower gatherings in lace encrusted vases rendered the romance. radiance transpired from the flickering candle lights in tall cylinders and votive cups scattered at the entrance, on the main table and around the pelamin. here's the finish look.