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Bohemian Disco–A Crane Club Wedding Styled Shoot
Travel back in time to Woodstock with this bohemian Crane Club wedding styled shoot!
Inspired by the quirky bohemian vibes of Crane Club, a social club with beautiful spaces available for weddings and private parties, this creative team styled a bohemian disco-themed shoot that bring back the retro, earthy, hippie vibes of a Woodstock dance party!
“The décor and interior of Crane was furbished with a combination of modern and bohemian vibes, with a little touch of local nostalgia,” share stylists The Wedding People. “We injected a little dose of our quirkiness and introduced the idea of “disco” into the styled shoot’s theme to align with the venue’s nostalgia.” Using an earthy colour palette for this shoot of copper, sepia, dusty pink, burgundy, and sage, the team worked with florists The Twinkle Petals to style a proposal, a solemnisation ceremony, and a wedding reception in Crane Club. Photographers Wedding Authors captured all the fun on camera.
The team staged a romantic proposal set on Crane Club’s newly furnished outdoor deck, with boho vintage rugs, a cosy tepee adorned with florals and wild grasses, a wicker picnic basket with celebratory champagne, and of course, disco balls. “We made our very own teepee and waited for sundown to bring out the dreamy and romantic feel that we were looking for,” says The Wedding People.
Real life couple Rachell and Isaac wore gowns and suits from Silhouette the Atelier for the shoot. To capture the carefree, bohemian vibe, Rachell wore a sparkly rose gold A-line gown and bridal accessories by Gioielli, while Isaac broke away from a traditional groom’s outfit with a coloured suit in sage accented with a brightly patterned bowtie and pocket square. To complete Rachell’s look, Shino Makeup and Hairstyling used soft and romantic makeup that accentuated the eyes, and created loose bohemian curls befitting a free-spirited bride.
The styled solemnisation was reminiscent of music festivals in the desert with its triangular solemnisation backdrop and aisle arrangements of earthy florals and dried grasses by florist The Twinkle Petals, accented with shimmering disco balls. Rattan and wooden chairs from Crane Club were perfect for the ceremony seating, while vintage bohemian rugs formed an eclectic wedding aisle. “We wanted to break away from the usual solemnisation set up where only single types of chairs are used so we made use of the furniture from Crane and did a little mismatch to add a little quirkiness into the overall design,” says The Wedding People.
For this set, Isaac donned more muted accessories, while Rachelle wore a sleek white number from Silhouette the Atelier that featured a plunge neckline and thigh-high slit in a classic fit and flare cut, and carried a wild and organic bouquet of proteas, desert grasses, and blush blooms.
The team then styled a dinner party scene in Crane’s beautiful dining room, complementing the vibrant wallpaper with an unusual floral centrepiece. “Instead of having a normal table centrepiece, we fabricated a triangular frame to have the floral arrangements incorporated with our disco balls!” says The Wedding People. “This is especially suitable for couples who do not want the usual floral arrangement but hanging is not possible at venues.”
The scene was completed with a delicious grazing spread, dessert table, and individually plated dishes by Rasel Catering and Purple Sage. “Being immensely experienced in catering and food styling, the catering team needed no help and crafted a dining experience that would rival even the most classiest of restaurants,” says The Wedding People of Rasel Catering, whose chefs had come up with a package suitable for small weddings during this period.
With their funky bohemian disco styled shoot, the creative team hopes to inspire couples to try something new at their weddings. “We want to inspire couples to have wedding decor that reflects their personalities or love story,” they share. “It can incorporate a certain flower, specific colour combination, or props like disco balls if you like partying or LEGO bricks if you met at a LEGO store! Decorations play an important part in bringing out a certain atmosphere during a wedding and we hope couples can add in elements that not only beautify the venue but also reflect them as a couple.”
Thank you for sharing your fun shoot with us!
Venue: Crane Club
Photography: Wedding Authors
Planning and styling: The Wedding People
Gowns and suits: Silhouette the Atelier
Bridal accessories: Gioielli
Catering and food styling: Rasel Catering Singapore
Catering: Purple Sage Singapore
Makeup and hairstyling: Shino Makeup & Hairstyling
Floral styling: The Twinkle Petals
Talent: Isaac and Rachell
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