Vendor Spotlight – Fairina Cheng

Please introduce yourself to our readers. They love to know about you, your passion, and how you came to find and follow your passion for weddings.

Fairina Cheng is an independent designer who believes that in jewellery – just in as life – there are no rules. She specialises in unconventional designs for rule breakers and story makers. These are people who aren’t served by the traditional jewellery store and aren’t satisfied with stock-standard, mass-market accessories. Fairina has created bold story-worthy pieces for customers all over the world.

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For you, what’s one part of the wedding guests should never miss?

The speeches! There’s always a memorable moment or a quirky story, whether they are planned or impromptu. It’s one of my favourite parts of a wedding.

As the expert, what is your number 1 tip you can share with our audience about wedding planning?

Do what makes you happy. Your wedding is about you and your person. So the fact that your celebration looks and feels like you is the only thing that matters.

What you the best piece of advice you can give on how couples can make sure their wedding feels true to who they are?

Throw the rules out the window.

There are no shoulds and should-nots when it comes to your wedding. Big white wedding? Sure! Last-minute elopement? Yes! Before looking through wedding magazines for inspiration, make a list of the themes, decor, food, locations, people, and other details that you would make your wedding feel like “yours”.

Share one of your secret tips with our readers how they can ensure their wedding goes… Just as Planned.

Recognise that things change and your big day can go by really quickly. It’s the candid photos, captured moments, memories and experiences that matter at the end of it. So don’t get bogged down by the perfect florals and instead focus on having a great time celebrating with all your favourite people in one place.

Any ideas you can share for what to do the day after the wedding? 

Take a big breath and relax. It might be a BBQ with friends or some quiet time with your partner. Take a break from planning to let it all sink in. You’ve just planned and achieved something big, so give yourself a pat on the back and acknowledge all that you’ve accomplished!

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