In the words of Ethan and Qin Ning, it was a hectic day throughout from early morning to night. Planning and executing one’s own wedding can sometimes be a massive task which may be underrated. Other than being just photographers, we also try, where possible, to ease some of the load off their minds so that they can fully enjoy their special day. Alvin actually helped with some ironing at the bridal suite, while I helped out with some of the styling. Going the extra mile makes us feel connected and more in tune with the wedding, and we love to be involved in more ways than one.
The solemnization at the Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa Glass Pavilion couldn’t be any prettier! The couple chose this venue as they love how the pavilion is nestled within lots of green foliage, thus showcasing a mix of elegance and nature. This matched up to their vision of a garden rustic theme.
Qin Ning, with her exquisite design skills, DIY-ed all the wedding stationery which included the invitation cards, which later expanded to menu, place cards, thank-you tags and small love puns to place at each seat. And for wedding gift favours, the choice of honey sticks with self-designed thank-you tags, tied with a gold ribbon was really unique! The reception area was filled with pretty little details like clothes-pegged photos, picture frames, wooden props, recycled bottles, acorns, candles, lanterns and lots of twinkling fairy lights.
When it came to delivery of the photos, seeing how Ethan and Qin Ning enjoyed watching our slideshow of photos brought a smile to our faces, and they were surprised at how calm and enjoyable they looked on their wedding day. We always hope our photos will allow our couples to relive all the wonderful moments, and we couldn’t be any happier! 🙂
Review by Ethan & Qin Ning
We looked at Awesome Memories Photography’s portfolio and fell in love with shots of all the smallest details and how they managed to capture raw emotion on photos. We met up with the photographer and instantly felt their dedication to their profession … the rest is history.