We are so happy to be able to share some images from one of Tiger Weddings’ favorite events of this past year. Rukhsanah and Lally came to us wanting to create a wedding that no one had ever seen before. It was a creative blank check – a designer’s dream. The parameters were loosely defined as “contemporary/organic” (as in mathematical fractals) and whimsical with a feminine touch. Our palette was steeped in tropical colors, but softened with whites. Rukhsanah loves lily of the valley, and we featured these in her bouquet. The ceremony and reception were both held at The Palisadium in Cliffside Park, NJ. The images shown here are by the outstanding documentary photographer, Sandeep Ingale. We were especially pleased to work with Meg from La Vie en Rose Events.
Here is a selection of images from our last month of weddings at Tiger Weddings. Jewel tones and deep, vibrant purples are very popular this season. We are grateful to our brides and grooms for allowing us to create art for them and to participate in their celebrations.
Sumptuous jewel-toned bridal bouquet featuring phalaenopsis orchids, anemone, peonies, and callas.
Tara’s bridal bouquet with white callas and cymbidium orchids
Marifel’s bridal bouquet featuring callas and lisianthus
Manzanita arrangements from Tara and Diego’s wedding at The Venetian
A playful triptych with delphinium and art wire.
One of our recent bridal bouquets: it doesn’t get much more color-packed than this. Design by Jennifer Lee.
Indian weddings are unrivaled for their exuberant colors, textures, and flowers. We were honored to be a part of celebrating the wedding of our friends Johny and Crystal Chacko who were married over the summer. We just received some of the photographs from their album that feature Crystal’s bridal bouquet and the centerpieces we did for their reception. The photographs are by Matthew Sowa
We were privileged to work with the brilliant event designer, Lory Leigh Comeau of Pink Pizza Events on a Sweet 16 Party held at the newly renovated La Fiesta in Wood Ridge, NJ. The party was designed around the theme of Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba. Our centerpiece designs tried to capture the aerialist quality of the show with “leaping” dendrobium orchid blossoms held by art wire, and other whimsical flourishes.