Guests were wrapped in a visually rich landscape of embracing petals. An installation of silver threaded columns reached from floor to ceiling, resembling rays of ethereal light - a tribute to Brazilian artist Lygia Pape’s art installation “Ttéias”. Positioned at different angles, the columns created a sense of illusion and depth as they appeared to intersect, both revealing and concealing the bride as she walked down the ‘floating’ stairs.
Oversized rocks and large delicate silk flowers added to the fantasy, with a large wall-length mirror amplifying through reflection at the point of entry. Suspended from above, modern geometrical cloud formations handcrafted by Shanghai artists of Nan Paper Art created a dramatic sky over the surreal landscape.
Prints of grand classical architectural facades layered with visual effects of clouds and fog set a mysterious background, further intensifying the bright rays of light from the central space.