Showing posts from January, 2019

A Mad Scientist Party

"MUHAHAHAHAHAHA!!" -Mad Scientist-
How do you throw a mad scientist party for a little scientist? Throw in a lot of crazy chemical experiments, of course. A little bit of headshrinker formula, or even a liquid mutation mixture? Let's hope none of them blows up in our faces. We don't want Mr. Hyde to rear his ugly head.😅
This is the birthday boy. He want to be a great scientist when he grows up. Check out the awesome science experiments backdrop.
Science experiments on the dessert table. They may or may not be consumable. There's only one way to find out. But remember, consume at your own risk. 
The cake is definitely edible and tastes really good too! You'll never guess what science experiment is inside.
With all the mad scientists gathered and their crazy experiments, it's impossible for them not to have their kind of fun. We're excited to find out what formula they come up with in this party.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KHAIZURAN!  Hope you have a blast! ⚡

Sixteen Going on Seventeen

You only turn 17 once, and this girl's parents sure wanted to make her birthday feel special. The celebration was held at The Spring Club and the decor is 'French Country'. It is a combination of neutral materials with a bit of rustic touch here and there.

A rustic wooden backdrop for photo booth with a splash of warm colored flowers. Completed with a neutral colored carpet.
The message board for guests to leave memorable birthday messages.
Small lights work as a backdrop for the dessert table. The lights give a warm and romantic effect for the ambiance. 
The dinner table decorated with soft colored flowers and classic ornaments.

Here are more pictures during the event. I had fun, and I always feel a sense of satisfaction and pride knowing that I was involved in other people's special celebrations. 


A Bit of A Yayoi Birthday

⚫⚫⚫⚫ Hello, hello!
I want to start the year by posting about a past project. Just a little throwback from last year. 
It was a Yayoi Kusama themed birthday party and it was darn exciting!
I focused on the dessert table because it was the focal point of the party. I decorated it with Yayoi's famous pumpkins, flower sculpture, and of course lots of polka dots. 
I filled the dessert table with Yayoi artwork pop cakes and cookies, and for the main event, the Yayoi Kusama pumpkin birthday cake. 
Little things matter, so I added little extras in corners, seating spots, and other spots to create that Yayoi atmosphere.

                    Happy 7th, Jemima!!                    
Say YEAY for fun past projects and more excitement to come. Welcome, 2019!💓



Goodbye, 2018. Hello, 2019!!
Today is the first day of a whole new year.

As a decorator, I've come a long way and come across many ups and downs. But I learn a lot from each experience and they help me grow and get me to where I am now. There were challenging moments, but I'd like to think I gracefully handled them pretty well even though they were hard. But as challenging as they might, I had fun and I am very excited of what comes ahead.

In 2018, although I have mourned over the loss of some of my dearest people, I have also welcomed new family members. I now gained two nephews who are cute as buttons.

My family and I went of a couple of family trips, which are of course fun beyond measure. And, we got to watch the magnificent 18th Asian Games back in August.

Sadly, there were quite many natural disasters happened during the year, and my heart goes out for the victims and for the loss of their families 😢.

Despite the unfortunate events, we try to be better and pray for the…