NAVY , SWEET FUCHSIA & BLUSH
TRADITIONAL ENGAGEMENT & WEDDING RECEPTION
Ya & Oak, November 12, 2o17
All things romantic, soft and delicate make for sheer elegance in this sweet fuchsia and blush wedding. Ya and oak is full of love, laughter, and lovely –the perfect combination that makes any guests fully captivated in every moment.
The color pink doesn't have to be as traditional as it sounds as we toss out the blush pastels and bring in the fun fuchsia pair with navy blue for the wedding. Navy and Pink shade contrast nicely and compliment wonderfully. Navy brings a rich foundation to everything. Blush touches everything so gently and creates a dreamy, femininity effect that’s incredibly romantic. And , Fuchsia makes your Weding double fun and tastefully.
For Thai Families, The traditional ceremony is rich in culture and deeply rooted with history.
Khan-Maak Procession is the major part of the ceremony, and it is meant to be fun, even for the most traditional of Thai families. The Khan Maak procession involves the Bridegroom and his family carry offerings for the bride’s family. On their way, they would sing songs, play instrument., The offerings they carry all have very specific meanings. On the way, the groom passes through the "silver gate" and the "gold gate," which consist of string or chains made of silver or gold that are held up by the bride’s maids and various family members.
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Passing through the Silver and Gold Gates, money or other gifts must be given. The tradition is the members holding the chains to make it difficult for the bridegroom, refusing access and demanding more money and gifts in a playful way such as, yell out a profession of his love or sing a song
After satisfying all his tasks, the groom may now enter to find his bride. Commonly, the bride will be waiting in a room separated from the guests. Having retrieved his bride. it is now time to present the bride’s parents with the Sin-sod (dowry), a tray where all the rings, gifts and money are resting is offered. After the ceremony, Sid-Sod is generally given to the new couple to help them start their lives together.
After the traditional engagment ceremony is followed by a Garden Wedding Ceremony. It was warm, but there was a gentle breeze and guests were given straw fans and hats. Romantic creamy blush pink garden roses, a pop of fuchsia flowers accented with deep green succulents and eucalyptus leave make a truly romantic wedding ceremony.
The Gathering tables at The Apothecary's Luna Hall reflected the space with the use of greenery and the Golden Chiavari chairs. The blush and fuchsia florals gave the table a softer romantic feel while playing with the darker tones of the venue.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR LOVELY BRIDE AND GROOM KHUN YA & KHUN OAK.
A R T I S T S
VENUE & WEDDING PLANNER : The Apothecary Venue
WEDDING DESIGN & DECORTIONS : FEARN KATE
CATERING : Ido Catering
QUEUE RUNNER : Forever & Ever
PHOTOGRAPHER : 95 Photographer