Wide-eyed Wanderers

Bhutan, home to the majestic Himalayas and towering monastic forts — it is hard not to be humbled amongst such giants. But hand in hand, Ryan and Michelle meandered through this awe-inspiring landscape as Ben Yew captured their journey with much tenderness and respect. The result is an absolute dream that is one for the books. Be prepared for a masterclass!

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The Look




Fashion Friday: Houghton Bride SS 2016

I’m so ecstatic to share with you today’s Fashion Friday post! Houghton Bride’s collection was most definitely my favorite show from the recent NY bridal fashion week. I just love how the designs challenge the mainstream idea of what wedding dresses should be like. If dresses could talk, I imagine these would have the most interesting stories of their travels and adventures from different time periods. So if you’re looking for something effortlessly cool and unique, or if you’re just a gypsy bride at heart, don’t look any further. Please, please get married in one of these dresses, and you’ll be my new best friend!

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Met Gala 2015: Asian Beauties

The Met Gala (a.k.a. fashion’s Oscars night) just concluded, so we want to take a minute to acknowledge the Asian beauties that graced the red carpet. There’s so much style inspiration from this year’s Chinese-themed affair, but in my opinion, Fan Bing Bing stole the entire show. Check out the photos and see if you agree!

For more red carpet looks from this event, you can check out B&B HQ’s favorites right here

Maggie Q in Tory Burch

Ni Ni in Ralph Lauren Collection

Gong Li in Roberto Cavalli

Liu Wen in Michael Kors

Wendy Deng Murdoch in Oscar de la Renta

Tang Wei in Burberry

Luo Yan

Qin Shu Pei in Tommy Hilfiger

Zhang Zi Yi in Carolina Herrera

Fan Bing Bing in Christopher Bu

Guo Pei, Zhao Wei, Angelica Cheung, Vivienne Tam, Li Bing Bing, Fan Bing Bing, Gao Yuan Yuan, Zhou Xun

Photos from Style.comVogue, and WWD

Seaside Enchantment

It’s not everyday you come across a wedding done outdoors in Hong Kong. Sailing has always been a big part of Mark and Elena’s life, so they went with a nautical-themes wedding beside the sea at the Victoria Recreation Club near Sai Kung. They had the perfect combination of the woody forest and the calm sea as the backdrop to their special day. The result was an intimate and graceful celebration unlike any other. With Darren LeBeuf behind the lens, we’re in for a treat!








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The Look


#BNBFINDS: The Mustard Seed Workshop

Here at Bride and Breakfast, we are constantly striving to bring you the best wedding inspirations. Aside from curating the most stylish weddings and engagements, we also want to bring you more practical advice to help you plan for your big day. Today, we are debuting #BNBFINDS where we will highlight interesting products and services that you can consider for your wedding planning process.

We are putting the first spotlight on a local social enterprise that offers beautiful jewelry made by members of disadvantaged communities in Hong Kong. We came across The Mustard Seed Workshop‘s exquisite lineup of classic and tasteful jewelry and just thought they would be perfect as wedding accessories or even as gifts for bridesmaids. All the items are available for purchase OR for rent which means more flexibility for your wedding budget. It’s amazing how you can look fabulous without breaking the bank while blessing people in need. Now that’s an offer we can’t resist!




Photographer: Nikki Li