This modern Asian wedding decor in vibrant oranges and golds pops against the stark white minimalist venue in London. What a way to make a statement, and incorporate your heritage. If you're planning your own multicultural wedding this is how you do it in style! Featuring wedding signs by, Recommended stationer, Bewilderly, a monumental backdrop and bamboo props by Recommended decor & hire specialist, Rock The Day, and enchanting floral arrangements by, Recommended florist, Catherine Short Floral Design. Not to mention a Chinese tea ceremony and bridal jumpsuit!

Modern Asian wedding decor ideas and inspiration with a vibrant red and orange colour scheme.

Our vision was to represent and showcase an Asian wedding, and Asian wedding decor in a contemporary way to inspire couples planning their own fusion wedding!

Heather Sham


We wanted a blank canvas to really express each supplier's talents and we found Core Clapton in East London worked perfectly. The bright and airy studio space allowed us to work in different areas to create multiple setups, including a Chinese tea ceremony and dining space. The location is ideal for modern, London weddings. We even used the ceiling to hang handmade lanterns!

Asian Wedding Decor

Our inspiration shoot brings a sophisticated and updated approach to traditional elements you would expect from a Chinese or Vietnamese wedding. We used orange, peach, mauve and pinks instead of the traditional red for a modern and romantic look. We also used gold for a 'lucky' feel in the stationery, embroidery and cake.

Wedding Details

The Chinese double happiness symbol, geometric ceremony backdrop, paper lanterns orbs and arch cake added a dynamic yet cohesive feel with the unique shapes and lines. The hand-painted fan cookies, personalised napkins and lanterns add a sweet nod to Asian elements that we know and love.

A Chinese tea ceremony beautifully symbolises the union of two families.

We had two wonderful outfits supplied by Love Spell Design. First was a 3D floral appliqué wedding dress with an embroidered bodice, perfect for the tea ceremony. Julie, our hair and makeup artist, created a soft and delicate makeup look and soft waves. For the second dinner party look, we chose an Ivy jumpsuit. Creating an alternative, modern yet feminine look. The sleek ponytail added a fun, and sophisticated vibe.

Heather Sham

Heather and Hanh have shown us how to have a beautiful Asian wedding incorporating Asian wedding decor and details in style. Did you spot the lanterns, cookie favours and napkins? What a way to decorate your reception. If you're looking for more wedding table decorations, we have a plethora of ideas. The only hard part is choosing one! And don't forget to get in touch with our, Recommended suppliers who can help you with those all-important finishing touches.

Lorna Shaw

Written by Lorna Shaw

Featured suppliers

Backdrop & Bamboo Props: Rock the Day | Floral Design: Catherine Short Floral Design | Signs: Bewilderly | Photographer & Concept: Heather Sham | Videographer & Concept: Hanh Made Films | Planner & Stylist: Anemone | Venue: Core Clapton | Makeup Artist & Hair Styling: Julie W Hair & Makeup | Cake & Biscuits: Amalina Bakes | Stationery: Jo Studio Design | Bridalwear: Love Spell Design | Groomswear: Suit Direct | Embroidery: Tabitha Textiles | Origami Paper Artists: Storyigami | Furniture & Cutlery: Ya Hire | | Metal Frame For Sign: Wilderness Prop Hire | Couple: Ling & Daniel

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