Wedding brand Cinta Kucing opens its first store where couples can make new or reused custom hantaran perkahwinan, calm their nerves in the Cinta Kucing lounge, and also, uh, get married.
Couples have evolved.
We think malay wedding planning should, too.
What if, getting married on a Friday in September and want to allow someone who’s hosting another wedding in October to reuse your hantaran? Of course, and getting paid. Choose a CintaKucing collection to get started.
It all started during my 2018 wedding when I realized that my not-so-cheap wedding flowers were thrown away after 5 hours. Frustrated over the cost and waste, I set out to solve my problem, and one which exists for many brides and grooms, by allowing two weddings or events in close proximity to “share” their flowers.
Being in the Malay cultural wedding gift business since 2014, we often receive feedback from couples or family members responding how wasteful to purchase a hantaran just to use for few hours and after that just keep them under the bed or above cupboard till they get dusty and dispose away.
With CintaKucing, when hantarans are being repurposed, your florist is responsible for renewing the hantaran between one event to the next, so you never have to worry about receiving less-than-perfect flowers. So, what changes? Both events save money if the hantaran are reused and the florist’s hard work and talent lives to see another day by being resold.
"Bundles" is our latest product and was built to make the process of booking hantaran perkahwinan easier for couples and florists. With upfront and transparent pricing directly on our website, couples are able to “build their bundle” by adding all of the flowers, ribbons and accessories they need to complete their hantaran with the price tag attached. Once you check out, we’ll match you with a CintaKucing florist in your tier and it’s time to start the design process. Your pricing will be guaranteed and you can always make additions/changes with your florist. Click here for more information.