Grab your wedding binders, iPad, note pad or bookmark this page so you can revisit the page again to jot down all the gorgeous little details that went into this wedding! Happy 2011 and to kick start the new year on a high note, we present to you … the Pandora World of Henry and Joveyn – right at the heart of where it all began when Henry first spotted Joveyn at a corporate event held at the ballroom of Westin Kuala Lumpur. Thus, a seed of love was planted, slowly nurtured and beautifully blossomed into a happy beginning of shared laughters, moments, hopes and dreams. Inspired by sci-fi movie Avatar, the ‘tree of life’ concept was adopted to create a sophisticated, futuristic fantasy wedding infused with Joveyn’s fashion-forward sense of style and Henry’s technopreneurial personality. From Anya Hindmarch’s iconic ribbon which inspired the design of the couple’s monogram to Martha Stewart’s ‘Which Tree Do You Fall From?’ conversation starters, the dinner ballroom was transformed into an ultimate canvas of Avatar-inspired winter luxe, capped off with the notably beautiful floral designs by Wishing Tree.

Before lighting…

To create a three-sixty twist of ambience, the ballroom was actually a complete opposite of the cocktail foyer. The foyer was decked out in vibrant colours of shocking pink, tiffany blue, lime green and purple for a chic Japanese-themed setup to reflect the couple’s admiration for all things Japanese. After all, it was also in Japan that Henry got down on his knees and proposed to Joveyn, when she was making a wish upon a crystal Christmas tree at the Crystal Museum! The guests lists were hung from the lanterns, both as part of the overall setting, and as a way to control the flow of guests so that everyone will not be crowded at one spot. The couple introduced all their favourite places in Japan via photos that came with their own personal ‘tips’. But above all that, it was the Japanese candy bar that got the most attention! Beyond the physical aesthetics, we linked birth dates to the Tree of Life concept to ensure a continuity of the overall theme, a wonderful conversation starter inspired by Martha Stewart.

Wedding Reception: The Westin Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
Size of Function:
350 guests

Wedding March In Song: Fireflies {Owl City}

Peak Xperience Preferred Partners
Floral Designs: Wishing Tree | Entertainment: Mosaic Music

2 Responses to Tiffany Tree of Life (Part 2)

  1. Pingback: Contemporary Chinese Tea Ceremony & Putrajaya Cruise – Henry & Joveyn (Part 3) « WedInk Tattle

  2. hi,

    I want to enquiry the cost and services for a wedding planning.
    I love thw deco ‘tree of life’ as shown in your website.
    may I know if you provide wedding planning service including bridal gown deco, transport , etc etc and how much wpuld that cost?

    Hope to hear fr you soon
    cheers
    cresta

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