WEDDING STYLES FOR INSPIRATION

This DIY project by Ally from Now That’s Pretty blog is too cute for words. You can easily purchase these cutesies online. Century Novelty sells them from as low as US$1.00.

Just in case you haven’t heard, The Peak Xperience has partnered Reikasewa Event Rentals to create a new brand of affordable yet luxurious decorative items for rental. Over here, we feature our latest addition to our linen collection – the Zaffre Blue Sequins round table cloth. Photo Credits: Preston Bailey’s Midnight Blue event design and decoration | 3-tier bling bling wedding cake via Pinterest | Zaffre Blue Sequins Table Cloth by Peak Event Rentals & Design | Navy Blue Wedding…

Shabby Chic Photoshoot by Meghan Wiesman Photography via Pretty Brass Tacks | Pretty styling by Firefly Studio Events | Pink sorbet via Building 25 | Orchard Wedding Cake by Heavenly Blooms

Despite being ‘awarded’ Colour of the Year by Pantone, Emerald Green has yet to top the charts in this part of the world. I always wondered why this shade of green is never a favourite among brides, and then it dawned on me that this colour is not exactly the most flattering of colours for Asian girls. While it is cool to have an outdoor wedding enveloped in the natural greens of the tropical rainforest, Emerald Green is a big no…

Inspiration is everywhere! I was walking around Petaling Street (Chinatown) when I came across this old shop. The shop was very rundown but its doors were vividly bright and striking. Pair mustard yellow, lemon and shades of grey with chevron patterns for a bright and chirpy wedding. Colour inspiration on the left: Old shop at Petaling Street, shot via iPad 2. Picture on right: Styled shoot via Le Magnifique Blog; shot by Katie Nesbitt Photography Feel free to use this colour palette….

Greens are dominating the trend report, with Emerald taking the lead as the colour of 2013. However, we at The Peak Xperience, prefers the more subtle, softer hue of green. Grayed Jade {Pantone 14-6011}, which is a muted minty green with a gray undertone, adds a touch of effortless beauty and understated elegance to your wedding.

Today’s style file is inspired by the vivid colours of the Ginkgo tree and Grapes. Believe it or not, the inspiration came about when I was sitting in front of the TV with a bowl of grapes when a commercial on Ginkgo Biloba supplement  aroused my curiosity about how a Ginkgo tree actually looks like. One thing lead to another, and voila. I give you a Ginkgo Green + Crisp Autumn Ginkgo Leaves + Pinot Grapes-inspired colour theme. Not the…