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Of Ethereal Beaded Gowns and Rustic Grazing Tables: A Styled Shoot

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The Wedding Scoop has been incredibly fortunate to have had the opportunity to collaborate with some of the most talented creatives in Singapore for styled shoots. Shot by the lovely people of Bloc Memoire Photography and styled by Heaven in a Wild Flower, this shoot stars the stunning Jade dressed in a beautiful beaded frock from Caramel & Co with hair and makeup by Cleo Chang. This particular shoot also features one of our favourite new wedding trends: the grazing table! The delectable cheeses and charcuterie that abound amidst rustic blooms will make anyone’s mouth water. Be sure to read on after the jump for more details about the inspiration behind the shoot, and all the vendors that made it possible.

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What was your inspiration behind the shoot?

"Guan Hui and Silvia from Bloc Memoire first came up with the initial concept of a rustic setting for this styled photoshoot, using a neutral but impactful palette of blush, nude, hazelnut brown and asphalt grey mixed with elements of platinum and gold to give it a glamorous feel. The mood we wanted to go for was a little on the wild side, but at the same time both modern and stylish. The colours and textures featured convey this mood.

The gown by Caramel & Co was both ethereal and glamorous with lots of gorgeous beading, and it was complemented by beautiful jewellery from Pinwheel Jewels and hair and makeup inspired by the coming of spring using soft colours for a radiant finish. The florals also carried this theme across with the use of slightly more unusual flowers and foliage such as artichokes, brassica, berries & anemones arranged in an asymmetrical free-flowing style.

For the styling and décor, I kept it pretty simple, using a lot of natural colours, foliage and wood, incorporating metallic gold & silver elements through the vases and crockery. We wanted something simple, so there was no tablecloth or elaborate settings. This allowed the vintage table and chairs to be one of the main features, along with the food and flowers. The stationery was also kept simple, featuring modern calligraphy by Happy Hands Project.

We wanted to do something different, so rather than having a dessert table (even though we love desserts so much!) we decided to feature a grazing table instead! A grazing table is great for those who don’t have a sweet tooth, or prefer the savoury goodness of cheese and charcuterie. Presented well, it can offer similar visual impact to a dessert table. Cheeses come in a variety of colours and shapes and can be easily dressed up with fruit, which bring pops of colour and contrast to the table. Add some charcuterie meats, or even antipasti like olives for even greater variety that’s certain to wow your guests!" ~ Eunice, Heaven in a Wild Flower

 

{To all the wonderful wedding vendors who participated in this shoot, it is a delight to be able to feature your work and thank you very much for sharing your creativity with us!}

 

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Styled shoot co-produced by The Wedding Scoop.

 

Vendor Information
Co-production: The Wedding Scoop
Photography: Bloc Memoire Photography
Venue: Fort Canning Park
Videography: Twenty8Picks
Styling, Food & Florals: Heaven in a Wild Flower
Gown: Caramel & Co
Hair and Makeup: Cleo Chang Makeup and Hair
Model: Jade Rasif
Jewellery: Anton Heunis from Pinwheel Jewels
Stationery: Happy Hands Project