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Having a church ceremony? See how these couples styled their church weddings!
"Our main colours were navy, blush and heather grey. We also had pops of other hues and quirky details." Arrangements of rustic blooms in soft shades of pastels decorated their church venue, providing an atmosphere of romance and elegance. Venue: Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Singapore Images by: Super Panda The couple wanted a light-hearted and casual affair, and chose a palette of gold, deep burgundy, white and blue. Keeping with the airy and bright atmosphere of the church, pretty light cream and pink roses lined the wooden pews. Opting for a dressier fabric covering for your chairs is a simple and straight-forward way to enhance your venue decor, with little need of other embellishments. Venue: Church of Saints Peter & Paul Images by: Eggs Benedict Chan "I chose a romantic vintage theme that was fun and heart-warming as we wanted our guests to walk away feeling the love we have for each other. The birdcages were a major inspiration while we were conceptualising the look and decor with The Wedding Entourage," says the bride. "Our wedding was heartwarming, fun and relaxed. We wanted guests to have fun and to walk away feeling the love that we share for each other and for guests to know more about us," says Michaela. Venue: Church of St. Teresa, Singapore Images by: Fusheng Yam, Embrace Pictures Michelle and Zhi Guang went with a vibrant colour scheme of fuchsia, navy and light pink as well as blue - that was reflected in their decor and flowers. An elegantly illustrated watercoloured sign greeted guests at the entrance of their church ceremony. "One of our main inspiration behind our celebration was wanting our guests to know more about us as a couple," shares Michelle. Venue: Singapore Thomson Road Baptist Church Images by: Ivan Tan Photography Marie and Nick's traditional Catholic wedding was styled up by the team from Inside The Knot - think vibrantly coloured blooms, gold vintage wares and other eclectic wares. Jewel-toned blooms nicely contrasted with the dark wooden tones. "I've attended many weddings, so I knew exactly what I wanted and didn't want for our celebration," shared Marie. Venue: Church of Saint Francis Xavier, Singapore Images by: Samuel Goh Photography "Our wedding was a simple, cosy affair, with rustic grey and blush pink as the main colours. I got some of the decor from Taobao, while friends gave me stuff like wooden crates and glass bottles," shares the bride. The couple had guests fill up frames with good wishes and advice for their future, with jars of baby's breath and other wooden decorative props alongside. White and pink blooms were wrapped in creamy chiffon tulle and pink satin ribbons to the chairs by the aisle. Venue: Bethesda (Bedok Tampines) Church Images by: Eirik Tan Photography
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