Just like no human is created the same, no party is like one another.
Hardie and Verna’s wedding night was one of the most remarkable events we have ever organized, and definitely worth storytelling for more years to come. That night, Pakuwon Imperial Ballroom was transformed into a whimsical art museum by the magic hands of Indonesian renowned artist, Mang Moel, and our sister company, Savoir.
Before we begin to retell the whole jaw-dropping installations, we would need to credit our amazing groom and bride, Hardie and Verna, for being so cooperative and believing in Project Art Plus. We are beyond honored to make this come true, since the decoration concept was unlike the usual formal parties in Surabaya.
With the handcrafted installations of Mang Moel’s and PF Decoration’s expertise, the classical-built ballroom was turned into a modern museum with clean white slate and floral-dominated ambience, representing the blend of love and art. To give a more extraordinary experience, every guest was handed a welcoming brochure that described the stories behind the wedding, the artists involved, and the arts showcased.
Along the way from the registration area to the main venue, Mang Moel’s sea-scape installations of hand-knitted underwater creatures and their detailed habitats, would be a feast for the eyes. Vibrant flower arrangements and colorful living statues also enhanced the whole ambience and brought it more alive. Not to mention, the guests were also awed by Tulus’ heartwarming performance.
As Hardie and Verna celebrated the night with the ones they loved, we were once again reminded of why we love what we do. We would also thank all of the vendors involved to bring this grand wedding alive and smoothly. Thank you for trusting us and here’s to a life full of vibrant chapters and love!