FUKUOKA

Grand Hyatt

FUKUOKA

White Rose Wedding Chapel

When a passionate romance reaches its destination: a celebration of the holy matrimony takes place inside a chapel, and the odyssey of love is just like the journey when a budding seed unfurls into a full bloom. The ingeniousness of the design is in its approach, as a mean to illicit emotional response of the guests attending the ceremony. Upon arrival, the guests are met with green archways that reminiscent of an enchanting garden, and once through the oversized doors, a soaring chapel appears with rows of sinuous white lacquer arches that leads the focus onto the main feature wall: an alter composed of a wall of blooming white roses. The soft natural light filters through the windows casts an ethereal shimmer that marks the perfect setting for an elegant wedding.

Function Room

The design of the function room was conceived as an exercise in literary association – inspired by the story of Little Prince, the interior is styled in soft modernism rooted in classic French elegance. Cast glass red rose petals and velvet red drapery act as main visual impact of the room, while the framed infinity rose mirrors in the corridor offer a peek of what to expect on the inside.

a celebration of roses
styled in soft modernism
classic French elegance