Orchid Garden @ Grand Hyatt Hotel
Orchids are exotic, graceful and luxurious, just like how our featured bride envisioned her wedding to be. During this wedding, we had the opportunity to work with many different types of orchids and anthuriums - two flower types that held major significance to our bride.
Held in the heart of Orchard Road, this beautiful wedding ceremony took place at Grand Hyatt Hotel.
Arriving at the Grand Ballroom, guests were greeted at the registration table. We made use of the welcome signage and space by arranging flowers both at ground height, and on a surface. Pampas made for an spectacular display and complemented the waist-high floral arrangement well. We featured blush cymbidium right next to the signage.
Following the tone set by the registration table florals, we shaped a cohesive design throughout the hall by extending floral installations around the ballroom’s pillars. Guests walking from the cocktail area to the dining area experienced an exquisite sight of festive anthurium and pampas, peppered with beautiful red and blush pink roses.
We set up a floral bar next to the ballroom’s open kitchen as a unique wedding favour idea. Guests chose from an array of blooms delicately arranged in test tubes and designed their very own petite bouquets. Many guests brought their individual wedding favours home and dried the flowers as their keepsake!
The couple’s pre-wedding photos were displayed within the floral bar! The floral bar also served as decoration in an otherwise vacant space.
On stage, all eyes were drawn to the custom acrylic signage as well as the hanging floral installation. The lush greens were a nice accompaniment to the different species of orchids in varying shades of red. White and dusty pink roses created an eye-catching cascade of colour. The red anthuriums stood out extraordinarily as a feature flower.
We adorned the white, multi-tiered wedding cake with white orchids and dainty dendrobiums.
Together with a second free-standing floral installation on stage, we rounded off the stage decoration with an ornate ground display of ombré anthuriums, white pampas, and orchids.
The dining tables had their own rendition of the stage flowers, encapsulated in a charming low vase. Keeping in line with the floral theme, we decorated the tables with dendrobiums and roses with an emphasis on the lovely cherry-lined white anthurium.
We loved how organic and unique this wedding turned out to be and were so honoured to be able to work with such delicate ornamental blooms!