Posts tagged FETE CHINOISE 2015
Fête Chinoise 2015: Penjing Porcelain Garden

Penjing, translated as “tray scenery” is also known as penzai which translates literally to “tray plant,” or “landscape in a tray or pot.” The Penjing Porcelain Garden, presented by Anne Anderson Events, was a space for mingling where guests experience an outdoor patio concept inspired by Northern China. Guests enjoyed the refreshing combinations of marigold, black, ivory, and greens.

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Fête Chinoise 2015: Tea Ceremony

Tea culture is generally defined by the way tea is made and consumed, how people interact with tea, the style and aesthetics surrounding drinking tea, and by learning about its cultural roots. The Tea Room provided a poignant experience of a traditional Chinese Tea ceremony found in weddings, presented by Spectacular Spectacular and Fiori Floral, and their team. They created an innovative floral presentation combining bright corals and pinks with vibrant blue hues.

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Fête Chinoise 2015: Summer Palace Park

In the space of Queen’s Park Ballroom, the team at Stemz Event Design & Floral designed a breathtaking scene of the royal gardens à la 2015 — a mystical and magical getaway, the Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto. In this magical destination, guests were able to pause at the exhibition of fine cakes and pastries by Bobbette & Belle, where they re-interpreted the traditional Chinese wedding cake.

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Fête Chinoise 2015: Dai Pai Dong of Old Hong Kong

Captured in the background of many Hong Kong films, dai pai dongs are often featured in cinema, reflecting their significance and presence in the everyday lives of locals and tourists alike. In this space, Nous Design Group, Ikonica, and The Wedding Cake Shoppe helped guests relive the memories of old Hong Kong streets with a modern and elevated twist.

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