The Conservatory was the setting for Greg & Mia’s wedding. This occasion was an affair of flamboyant decor and a six course culinary experience.
Mia and her entourage got ready at Mont Rochelle while Greg and the men relaxing at La Petite Ferme. The ceremony was setup so that the guest were sitting all around the couple.
One of the most important Asian traditions is the Chinese tea ceremony. “In the traditional Chinese marriage ceremony, both the bride and groom kneel in front of their parents and serve them tea. That is the most devout way to express their gratitude. In front of their parents, it is a practice for the married couple to say, “Thank you for bringing us up. Now we are getting married. We owe it all to you.” The parents will usually drink a small portion of the tea and then give them a red envelope, which symbolizes good luck. Another variant is that the bride serve tea to the groom’s parents, symbolizing that she is to become a part of the latter’s family.”
The Aleit Group made sure every second of the wedding was special.
Coordinators: The Aleit Group
Venue: The Conservatory
Hair & Make-up: Alicia Buckle
Food: Stir Food
Floral Design: Fleur Le Cordeur
Furniture: A Place, In and Out Events
Sound and Lighting: Presentation Staging
Hiring: Top Table , Exclusive Hire
Bar and Staffing: Shake and Serve
Choir: Moyo African Choir
Music: Sound Image Band – Gary Deacon
Wedding Cake: Wade Cakes
DJ: DJ Darren