Lauren and David Lindau tied the knot with an elegant solemnisation and lunch reception at Flutes at the Singapore National Museum. She tells us:
“Our families and friends live all over the world, so it meant everything to David and me to be surrounded by loved ones who flew in to spend the day with us. We’re both Australian, but as I grew up in Singapore, and my dad still lives in Singapore with my stepmother and little brother Ryan, we opted to have the wedding here.
The solemnisation and lunch were held at the Singapore National Museum, and I used orchids in my bouquet, as well as on the cake and tables. I’ll never forget the moment my dad walked me down the aisle. When I saw my groom and guests for the first time, I nearly teared up. ”
Photography: The Missing Pieces
Venue: Flutes, Singapore National museum
Cake: Cake Sensations
Special thanks: My stepmother, Joanne, who helped extensively for the wedding. Nothing was too hard or too much, as she AND dad planned an unforgettable day. Also The wonderful team at Flutes, especially the events coordinator & restaurant staff. They were attentive and made sure our wedding ran as seamlessly as possible.
This story was originally published in Female Brides Loobook Issue 10.