Each guest received a hand-written invitation letter from the bride & groom. We loved this Rifle stationery boxed set, and it served as inspiration for the entire wedding design.
Response cards included a place for guests to share a favorite memory of the bride and groom. We hung the collected responses in the trees during cocktail hour.
JM Flora blew us away with her gorgeous designs full of texture. The bridesmaids wore floral crowns in lieu of carrying bouquets. Love this!
Our groom had the wonderful idea of creating a mind-mapper, a visual illustration of how each of the guests were connected to the bride and groom. They had various groups coming from different circles (work friends, the paddling crew, those traveling from Malaysia, etc.) and we worked with Little Bit Heart to design a one-of-kind escort card display. Loved the way this web of connections turned out!
Our bride looked stunning! Huge thanks to Hair By Jewels and Blush DC!
As a nod to the couple's love of dragon boat racing, paddles lined the aisle and our venue search included spots near the Potomac River -- River Farm was the perfect choice!
The couple honored their heritage by incorporating a Malaysian-inspired menu from Windows Catering. Laksa was the first course and we created chopstick wrappers to match their invitation suite using Rifle paper. Little Bit Heart created our menu designs.
Amelia Johnson's gorgeous photography takes our breath away. She perfectly captured the spirit of the day - an amazing celebration of friends, family and two very special people!
Congrats Su Chuen & Chia. Happy almost anniversary!!
Photos by Amelia Johnson Photography.
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