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managing editor CHAIYEN WONG contributing editor SOPHIA GOH

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Here’s one of the fonts we used in this issue that you can use for your wedding.

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Rowo Typeface by Ndroadv

Created by Hindra Permana from Indonesia, these beautiful brush strokes are perfect for your every need. Whether as titles, quotes or signs, it always looks gorgeous. Print it on thick stock, off-white uncoated paper, kraft paper or trace on wood for an awesome rustic look, or add watercolour effects for a romantic feel. Try gold foil stamping to set an elegant tone, or pair with a clean sans serif reading font.


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ot every bride has the luxury of planning a dream destination wedding. What if we told you that there is a

glasshouse that will allow you to create your dream Tuscan wedding, right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur? Styling this with our florist was almost effortless. The greenery, vintage bottles and stationery were everything we very much adored, and the abundance of natural light definitely got our photographer beaming. With air conditioning to take the edge off the heat and a roof overhead in case of erratic weather, this space could not make us happier. Plus there’s even a talented chef on hand to help customise your menu!


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NO MEASURE OF TIME WITH YOU WILL BE LONG ENOUGH B U T W E ’ L L S TA R T WITH FOREVER. EDWARD CULLEN, THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN


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enchanted forest What a perfectly crisp and clean colour palette! Mega admitted that her dream wedding was inspired by the Twilight movies, which explains the forest venue. Besides white flowers with an abundance of leafy greenery, other decorative elements included wooden textures and finishes (to complement the surroundings), lace, twine, burlap, and small gilded touches to bring everything together. Some might think that too many small details would get lost in the woods, but it was quite the opposite – from the leaf signs and gilded candlesticks to the dream catchers and twine hangings, it was all so beautiful.


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TREASURE YOUR WEDDING D AY . TA K E A D E E P B R E AT H , CAPTURE ALL THE MEMORIES, A N D H AV E A Q U I E T M O M E N T ALONE WITH YOUR NEW S P O U S E B E C A U S E T H AT W I L L B E A G R E AT M E M O R Y T H AT W I L L F O R E V E R B E I N YO U R H E A RT. MEGA


CEREMONY Surrounded by nature, the newlyweds exchanged their vows in a quiet forest clearing. A pair of wooden doors served as the entrance to the aisle, where the bride walked towards her groom for their Buddhist wedding ritual. This wedding proves that traditional ceremonies do not have to restrict you from achieving that romantic look and feel.

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Gunung Pancar, Bogor, West Java Set on a mountain in West Java, this dreamy forest venue was an unusual choice, but was the epitome of serenity and beauty. While it might seem that the lack of sunlight would be an issue for photos, the results were a sepia-wash dream, adding romance and drama to the overall effect.


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RECEPTION Once night fell, the reception came alive with a combination of fairy lights and glamorous chandeliers. Almost straight out of a movie set, the tables were set with lush greenery and white flowers, while rustic chandeliers with small gilded ornaments hung overhead. The entire marquee was draped with cloth for a dramatic touch, and decorated with hanging ferns and other lush greens, dream catchers, and woven hangings. What a night to remember!


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chic + rustic

The coolness of the greens and forest surroundings were beautifully offset by the warmth of the wooden textures and shades of brown. Together with the twine, rattan, wooden and brick elements, the entire affair felt more like a cosy gathering. Punctuating the cool and warm palette were gilded and gold ornaments that were subtle enough to give it all an air of elegance.


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CEREMONY Mandy: “I wanted my guests to feel like they were at a modern, fun wedding celebration, rather than a traditional and stiff ceremony, so we changed some things up.” Despite the ceremony being an open-air affair, the hanging ornaments gave the illusion of a ceiling. But the main event (aside from the vow exchange, of course) was the unique doughnut wall in lieu of a floral arch. The wall of desserts perfectly complemented the sweet ceremony and created a more relaxed vibe for the newlyweds, their bridal party, and friends and family. We also loved the bride’s dress choice – short with a sheer maxi skirt overlay, which was chic, casual and sweet!


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Tamarind Springs, Ampang You’d never guess that Tamarind Springs is right on the edge of the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur. Only a 15-minute drive from the heart of town, this venue is like a slice of nature squirrelled away. The lush surrounds are a visual feast of serenity and tranquillity. Offering not just a forest backdrop, this venue also has spaces for intimate celebrations such as this one.


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RECEPTION Long picnic tables were used for the casual celebration, and in lieu of lush tablescapes, the couple opted for a hanging garden overhead, and kept the tables simple with wooden coasters, twine and lace jars with flowers in them, and gilded candelabras on a blush table runner. This ensured that it wasn’t too cluttered, while making it easier for the guests to share food and partake in the merriment.


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I WANTED MY GUESTS TO F E E L L I K E T H E Y W E R E AT A MODERN, FUN WEDDING C E L E B R AT I O N , R AT H E R THAN A TRADITIONAL AND STIFF CEREMONY, SO WE CHANGED SOME T H I N G S U P. MANDY


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muted earth tones From the bride’s bouquet and the flowers to the little glass vases and tablescapes, and even the littlest details such as the ring box, everything was 100% DIY. Keeping things as natural as possible with a muted earth palette of brown, beige and blush, the newlyweds played with a variety of textures such as dried leaves and flowers to bring out their theme. Floral elements were in abundance, including the bride’s hair accessory and dramatic bouquet. Everything else was kept simple, allowing the little details to add flair and a touch of elegance.


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CEREMONY The high iron gates and venue entrance were reminiscent of a European park, and as the bride walked down the aisle, it was as if she were walking into a sanctuary. In lieu of a floral arch, the couple opted for a triangular backdrop with dried leaves and hay set against the backdrop of a sprawling ivy wall, and we must say there is something about an ivy-covered wall that also adds romance. What a beautifully intimate affair with only the newlyweds’ nearest and dearest in attendance.


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Rowan & Parsley, Johor Bahru A juxtaposition of old and new, nature and industrial, wood and steel, this venue was secret garden meets modern loft. Hui Min: “After confirming the wedding date, we had to source a venue that had a rustic yet green ambience. After some research, we decided to go for Rowan & Parsley – their environment and interior design were perfect for our concept, and it saved us some effort on our décor. Bonus: The food was delicious! So we had a simple ROM at the garden of the café followed by a cosy dinner.”


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RECEPTION Sticking to the theme of the venue, lots of flowers and a mixture of wooden textures and vintage details all helped to create a secret garden indoors. The hanging bunches of dried leaves gave the illusion of a lower ceiling, while the tablescapes were kept simple with candles, clear glasses, and sprigs of baby’s breath and ferns. The food was served buffet style, which added to the cosy atmosphere.

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PHOTOGRAPHY PETER HERMAN PHOTOGRAPHY

GROOM’S ATTIRE BENJAMIN BARKER

VIDEOGRAPHY PEPEROS PRODUCTION

WEDDING BANDS WIM MEEUSSEN

VENUE ROWAN & PARSLEY, JOHOR BAHRU, MALAYSIA

FLOWERS AND DÉCOR BLACK PIXION

WEDDING PLANNING HUIYEE, HUIJIE, HUIFANG BRIDAL GOWN NEEDLE & THREAD BRIDE’S SHOES ALDO HAIR AND MAKEUP JANE WONG MAKEUP

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bright + rustic All the elements of this wedding came together in the most unexpected way. A garden wedding on a rooftop that was partially under cover, it featured a variety of wooden textures, as well as steel and glass elements from the venue. The rustic dÊcor was perfectly punctuated by the dreamy, rich colours of wildflowers, from the deep red hues of the bride’s bouquet to the ferns and deep rouge of the cake. Adding flair were the floral table centrepieces that ran down the middle of the tables. What better way to create a garden indoors than to have flowers everywhere? The bride even wove some into her hairdo.


CEREMONY Set against a brick wall backdrop and flanked with pretty fairy lights, the ceremony saw the bride walk down an AstroTurf aisle that was lined with beautiful wildflower arrangements. Guests witnessed the newlyweds exchanging their sweet vows outdoors, as the glasshouse was partially covered, allowing for plenty of sunlight and giving the bride and groom a beautiful day. The natural light only made the entire solemnisation ceremony all the more radiant! Chia Yan: “Having a garden wedding has been my dream since I was young. However, Malaysia’s weather always has us sweating through our gorgeous gowns and suits. Searching for a suitable venue was not an easy task, until MUO Boutique Hotel officially launched early in the year. The moment we saw the venue, we fell in love with it!”


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RECEPTION Keeping the background neutral but with more texture added, the reception featured a range of decorative floral elements, from the brightly coloured dessert spread to the lush table centrepieces. With a small intimate wedding (there were only 50 guests!), the newlyweds positively glowed as they celebrated their union with beloved family and friends.


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PHOTOGRAPHY MCS WEDDING GALLERY VIDEOGRAPHY LIVE LIFE PICTURE VENUE MUO BOUTIQUE HOTEL, MUAR, MALAYSIA WEDDING PLANNING BYFLAMINGO EVENT HAIR AND MAKEUP SIM SUI YIN FLOWERS AND DÉCOR BYFLAMINGO EVENT, SWEETNESS BY HM WEDDING CAKE LITTLEMORE CATERING AFTER SAMPS

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"war can't kill love. love can kill war." HELENE LAGERBERG


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his looks like something out of a movie, except the couple are not professional actors. The team at Filming Art Cinematography came up with an interesting plotline and,

armed with their great cinematography skills, definitely set the stage right for this dramatic shoot. Carefully crafted and stitched together, this pictoric video will put your regular bridal portrait reel to shame. You must watch this to believe us. The team from Filming Art Cinematography, as well as the bride Jocelyn, share what transpired behind the scenes. Who came out with the concept? Filming Art Cinematography: Our film director Yiewin Kang came up with this brilliant concept. Why the concept of war? Filming Art Cinematography: With this new trend of cinephotography, we create a unique theme and characters for the couple to make an interesting fictional story instead of the regular bridal portraits. Who did the styling for the clothing and set up? Filming Art Cinematography: Nana Natalie from our team styled it, but of course in collaboration with the bride. How long did you take to do the whole shoot? Jocelyn: It was 18 hours in total. The shoot was quite tiring actually, but ultimately satisfying and we thoroughly enjoyed the entire process. Are you happy with the outcome of the photo shoot? Jocelyn: We were in awe of the outcome; it far exceeded our expectations.

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around the world “He touched my soul long before I knew what his hands felt like.” NIKKI ROWE

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Plunging necklines were all the rage the last few seasons, and though they are still popular, we are seeing a shift in the neckline department. Good news for the notso-daring brides, high necklines complement less voluptuous figures while instantly adding sophistication points. Plus it also means less jewellery required. REEM ACRA / REEM ACRA / MONIQUE LHUILLIER / ROMONA KEVEZA / SAREH NOURI

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Off-shoulder gowns might still be taking centre stage but we are predicting a comeback for the 90s strap. Think Gwyneth Paltrow’s Ralph Lauren Oscar gown. Flaunt the sexiness of an (almost) strapless neckline without sacrificing on support? We say, bring it on. RIVINI BY RITA VINIERIS / CLAIRE PETTIBONE / LELA ROSE / ALEXANDRA GRECCO / THEIA

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Pantsuits have been around for the last few seasons but designers are revving it up this Spring. Practical, edgy and totally on trend, these are perfect for everything, from an intimate luncheon to dancing the night away! JENNY PACKHAM / RIME ARODAKY / ALEXANDRA

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Bloc Memoire consists of a young and very talented husband and wife team, Guan Hui and Silvia. We really love their work, but more than that, we love their spirit. We thought you might want to know them better too; besides good skills, we feel it is important to have photographers who are passionate about their work and love people. Our industry is fortunate to have these two as part of it.


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Who or what inspires your

Guan Hui loves coffee and playing

photography work? We often find

games, while Silvia recently picked

little sparks of inspiration in movies

up weaving as a new hobby.

and music videos. Recently we discovered the dancers Keone and Mari, who are husband and wife. Their choreography is just beautiful. But we are most inspired by our couples, they invite us into their

What is the one country you haven’t been to before and would love to do so in the near future? So many places! Maybe the US for Silvia, while Guan Hui wants to go to Morocco.

comfort zone to visually explain the

We heard that you gather like-

way you see them, their connection,

minded photographers at your

their stories and hidden quirks. The

place? It’s a brainchild of some

experiences are always different and we love how they are translated into our works. You are a husband and wife team. Is it hard to work together? We really think we have a good work dynamic. It’s amazing what we can communicate to each other from opposite sides of a church with one small look. Our style is very much fly on the wall, so we often just do our own thing, with the odd glance to each other to make sure we aren’t shooting the same thing. When it comes to candid photos and special moments, having two perspectives yields a more beautiful and meaningful result. Other than that, Guan Hui’s role is to cull/edit photos, reply emails, meet couples, plan and schedule shoots, etc. Silvia’s role is to do final touch ups to the pictures, prepare them all the way until the packaging stage, and keep all our social media updated. What are your other interests besides photography? We love to travel and binge on Netflix or other TV series while cuddling on the sofa.


Vital Statistics STARTED

2011 PHOTOGRAPHY STYLE

Storyteller, honest, intimate and romantic AVERAGE NUMBER OF WEDDINGS A YEAR

We’re targeting 50 this year GEAR

Sony, Nikon D750 NEXT GEAR ON THE LIST

Too many to mention (Guan Hui). Ricoh GR III (Silvia)

about relationships, and we’re beyond grateful. We meet so many passionate, driven, adventurous friends. Terralogical, Samuel Goh and us created Limitless Workshop – it’s an annual event where we invite another local photographer or international photographers to be the speakers. This is our second year and we hope we

“YOU’RE THE BEST AT BEING YOU. BEING YOURSELF IS THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO TO BE A HAPPY HUMAN.”

all can grow together by sharing our knowledge and experiences, and giving each other support in any possible way, What’s one of your favourite photos and why? This is nearly impossible to decide, but one that really stands out is a photo of Lorraine and Justin at Milford

of our friends too; we wanted to

we can! Sometimes we meet for

Sound. It was our first time there and

build a community that helps each

coffee, durians or DOTA gaming

we were blown away by the sunset

other instead of competing against

sessions! Recently a group of us

and beauty of this place. The water

each other. Photography can be a

did some volunteering work at an

was rising pretty fast when this photo

lonely job when you are all alone.

old folks’ home, it was a rewarding

was taken, which would have left them

We try to meet up as much as

experience. This industry is all

stranded on that tiny patch of dry land.


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