Romance in Autumn @ Sinfonia Ristorante
When our featured couple approached us for their wedding florals, they shared that they had decided to scale down from a larger wedding to a smaller and more intimate one due to the pandemic restrictions. This made the ceremony even more special to them, and we knew we wouldn't let them down!
We worked on a warm colour palette picked by our bride which consisted of burgundy, burnt orange, blush and white. To bring these colours together cohesively, we added in a great deal of autumn orange foliage.
Our bride’s kua of orange and red paired well with the feature flower - an astounding burgundy peony that bloomed marvellously on the couple’s wedding day.
The early morning sun shone perfectly upon the bouquet as our groom was on his way to fetch his beloved bride.
With this picture perfect palette, the bridal bouquet featured toffee and blush roses together with delicate Oncidiums for a flowy presence.
After the morning’s festivities, we headed to Sinfonia Ristorante to set up their cozy wedding dinner.
The warm autumn colour palette transitioned from a warm, intimate vibe in the day to a romantic ambiance in the evening.
Part of Sinfonia Ristorante’s charm are their Corinthian columns. We worked with the elegant restaurant decor to ensure that the wedding exuded grandeur and understated sparkle.
The flora columns were created to look taller which was perfect for a venue with majestically high ceilings.
The floral installations consisted of toffee and blush roses, burgundy Oncidiums, and dainty autumn berries.
We alternated between predominantly blush and burgundy floor installations to decorate the rows of chairs for our couple’s solemnization ceremony.
Pedestals with flower arrangements made of toffee and white shades were placed around the restaurant, bathing the dining area with fresh floral scents. It was truly a treat for all senses!
The flower pillars lined the passageway perfectly for our bride’s mother to walk her beautiful daughter down the aisle.
There wasn’t a single dry eye in the place as our lovely couple had their first march-in!
The doorway of the restaurant opened up into 2 flower pillars that framed every picture the bride and groom took together on the aisle which was repurposed as their staging area.
It was a joy to see the couple celebrate their union with a popping of Champagne!
Following the festivities, the wedding guests settled down at numbered dining tables brightened by floral table arrangements filled with light pink roses and rose-coloured delphiniums.
The dining table flowers elevated the atmosphere without being obtrusive. As we wanted guests to still be able to hold conversations over the table, the blooms were strategically arranged in low, golden dishes.
On the VIP table, we designed a long-low - a table arrangement that allows for a grander scheme of florals while still being low-key.
We were glad to take cues from the beautiful restaurant housed in such a historic building! It was a treat to be able to enhance the splendor of such significant architecture. A thousand blessings to our beautiful couple with many years of bliss ahead!