After playing magic tricks in turning Chinese New Year (CNY) regular items and plain vegetables into gorgeous decorations, principal of Amtrol Flower Designing Eunice Teo continued to demonstrate her skill, this time using fruit and materials that are readily available at home, to create party decors that not only glam up your home but are also edible! In the third episode of At Home with Eunice, which was live-streamed on Edgeprop.
With the financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, many of us may have tight budgets to decorate our homes for Chinese New Year (CNY) this year.
Hollywood set designer Nelson Coates, who has worked on movies such as The Proposal, Flight and the latest Hollywood blockbuster Crazy Rich Asians, told Malaysian florist Eunice Teo that she was the best floral artist he had ever worked with.
PETALING JAYA (Oct 6): Over 150 people showed up to watch Amtrol Flower Designing principal Eunice Teo perform live demonstrations of her floral creations that graced the set of Hollywood blockbuster Crazy Rich Asians at the “Crazy Rich Asians is Crazy Flower Power” event here today.
PETALING JAYA: Remember the blooming of the “Tan Hua” party scene in the Hollywood blockbuster Crazy Rich Asians? The “Tan Hua” in the movie looked real but the flower that blooms only once a year is certainly not something you can get from anywhere, hence the plants in the movie had to be handmade from scratch.