The uniqueness of Phuong Lan and Minh Hang’s wedding, the beautiful decoration was carried out even in the garden
Recently, on November 20, actors Phuong Lan and Van Dat held their wedding after 5 years of love. The couple’s wedding was held at a luxurious location in Ho Chi Minh City, but brought a romantic space not unlike the sea.
Transform your wedding with canes from Phuong Lan Wedding
The wedding space at Phuong Lan – Phan Dat uses bright colors as the main theme, surrounded by gentle and luxurious decorations with fresh flowers. Instead of a gorgeous or colorful space like decorating a wedding with fresh flowers, there’s a simple, rustic space with gorgeous warm colors coming from the reed grass.
The ceremony area was decorated with pampas grass, and a message frame designed with the names of the bride and groom was installed in the middle of the stage.
Against the background of the names of the bride and groom, the use of reeds in wedding decorations carries many messages. The reed grass is soft and simple but has a strong vitality even in the rain and sun, and the love of the bride and groom hopes the same.
Using cane as lighting with pink tones, the photo area for guests is designed very luxuriously with a chandelier as lighting.
In addition, inside the party there was also a decorated car containing pictures of Phuong Lan and Van Dat. Currently, the tables and chairs for the guests are also neatly arranged.
Boho style wedding without flowers at Minh Hang Wedding
Minh Hang’s wedding also used reeds, similar to Phuong Lan’s wedding. Boho style mixed with modernity, the crew took approximately 24 hours to build and complete elements including: the bachelorette party warm-up area, the main celebration area, and the party area.
Reed grass is used in stage areas and paths. Instead of fresh flowers like other weddings, the newlyweds chose white-brown as the main color with the desire to bring elegance and sophistication to the most important day of their lives.
Speaking about choosing reed grass as the main decorative image, the actress expressed:
“The reason for choosing the reed grass stems from a childhood game. I wanted to be the only flower, so I did not choose any flower to appear on the altar. The pendant is the flower of the man in my life.
In fact, reed grass is a flower with a very resilient vitality even under many storms. Although she is very soft and swaying, it is not easy to subjugate her, I want my love to be like that too. Additionally, with the organization at sea, Hang wants the decorations to be swaying and harmonizing with the wind, not bright flowers that stand still. “This also symbolizes the bride’s personality, which is very strong but no less resilient.”
An equally important part of creating a unified space is the table and chairs. If the Phuong Lan wedding used chairs in the same color as the reed grass, the Minh Hang wedding used white chiavari chairs for the guests, bringing elegance and highlighting the golden sand background.
Minh Hang’s wedding uses many boho style details mixed with modern such as macrame rugs and crystal lights.
Whether indoors or outdoors, you can still choose reed grass
Couples often think that only the beach is appropriate for a reed-bedecked wedding, but this beautiful Phuong Lan wedding proved otherwise. In the heart of the city or in your own yard, you can also design a large reed grass party that creates beautiful, sparkling images.
There are many types of reed grass, from domestic to imported, with many different designs. If you like something new, try pampas grass – a type of reed grass imported from America that has a large swelling. Or you can also continue the field decor theme with Vietnamese reed grass – although small in size, it is a wonderful material that represents Vietnamese culture.
What should be noted is that the bride and groom should find a construction company that has experience or is able to transform the dead corners of your garden into romantic corners (if held at home). If you like something special, you can “play big” and decorate the sand on either side of the walkway to feel like you are on a real beach.
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