Tiffany & Quynh live in the United-States; they both come from a Vietnamese background but chose to have an intimate destination wedding in Moorea to get away from the restraints of a traditional Vietnamese wedding.
22 of their closest family & friends traveled to Moorea to share this special day and romantic beach wedding in Moorea with them.
Tiffany shared some inspirational photos of what she likes, especially of the vintage and romantic feel she wanted for the altar with white linens, flowers in pastel colors, crystal beads and a chandelier. She also liked the natural feel of driftwood.
We custom-made a driftwood wedding altar for the wedding that we decorated with white cotton voile, delicate flower garlands, and crystal-bead chandelier and decorative strings.
For the reception, she liked the idea of a long table where all of the guests can sit together; again she liked the feel of draped white linens to create a romantic atmosphere, and the warm glow of candles on the table. With flowers she wanted a subtle hint of the beach, but not loud and gaudy.
[…] standing there with our families on the day of the wedding and staring at all the decor, everything coming together, and hearing the compliments from all of our guests, I knew right then that it was perfect! Nelly and her team’s professionalism and attention to details are the best! Anyone planning a destination wedding, save yourselves the stress and achieve the wedding of your dreams with Nelly!
Everyone just loved the décor and seems to have enjoyed it as much as we did designing it!
See all the photos of their beach wedding in Moorea here.
• Writing of the ceremony (officiated by a friend of the couple): Nelly at wedOtahiti (Certified Life-Cycle Wedding Celebrant)
• Wedding Planner in Moorea: Nelly at wedOtahiti
• Photographer: Helene Havard
• Hair: Maryse
• Make-up: Audrey Bodilis
• Wedding Altar & Reception Decor: Weddings in Moorea