Encapsulating the beauty of traditional Chinese decor juxtaposed with modern elements, Wendy Lee of Asian Fusion Wedding dreamt up this dreamy pastel setting filled with heritage charm.
“The Ching Tung blue and white porcelain pattern was the inspiration and its beauty has also captivated the hearts of those in the West for many generations. The French call it “blanc de Chine”, Wendy says.
For couples seeking a Chinoiserie chic atmosphere with a modern feel, all the inspiration you need is right here.
Concept design – Asian Fusion Weddings in collaboration with Devoted to You
Producer – Asian Fusion Weddings (www.asianfusionweddings
Associate Producer – Devoted to You (www.devotedtoyou.ca)
Photography – Pepper and Light (www.pepperandlight.com)
Cinematography – Summerfield Films (http://summerfieldfilms.ca)
Floral and Decor – The Social Rose (www.thesocialrose.com)
Modern Asian theme sweets table – Truffle Cake and Pastry (www.truffletoronto.com)
Traditional Asian theme sweets table – Le Dolci (www.ledolci.com)
Stationery – Maison Maquette (www.maisonmaquette.com)
Modern Asian table top rentals – Plate Occasions
Traditional Asian table top rentals – Event Rental Group (www.eventrentalgroup.com)
Chair rentals – Divine Furniture Rental (www.divinefurniturerental.com)
Custom Tray of Togetherness – EPD Engineered Plastic Design Inc (www.libertydisplays.com/epd/)
Venue – Estates of Sunnybrook MacLean House (http://www.estatesofsunnybrook.com/)
Chinese tableware – private collection