my photographer was Ming from colonjay studio. his web page can be found on the singapore brides contact list for photographers....the lighting was good partly cos Ming actually got the hotel to adjust it to a level that would be good for the photos.
It's up to you if you think the stage is too empty, but at the same time, you dun want it to be too cluttered and take away the lovely garden view and besides, your MC and yourselves are supposed to be the main focus on the stage...n if you get them to come on stage to take away the cake, then you got to think about how it would look having their staff coming up on stage to cart the cake away....also, the cake is rather nice, and does not affect the view in my opinion.
Yes, mine was a dinner on Sunday night, my church wedding was on Sat. I dun know if they dimmed the lights halfway, honestly, on that day there's so much to do that you won't notice any of these things, I didn't anyhow, didn't even notice when they drew back the curtains....having too much fun with the program and chatting with guests. but if I'm not wrong, the garden isn't really lighted, just that the pavillion has some fairy lights on it I think, but otherwise, not much lighting.
I had 44 tables with 2 spare tables, so 46. that's about the max number you can have to have the L shaped walk in.
yes, the table that the photo album is on was placed there by GCW. I'm sure you can shift it somewhere else. But I'm not sure, I didn't take care of those details, my helpers were the ones who took care of it....
my package was from J&M bridal & photography. my makeup artist was Charmaine, who is one of their staff. and the hair is all mine, not hair extensions!!! hee hee...
no the stage is rectangular, not t-shape.