Can you hear the wedding bells ringing? Not so fast though as Timothy and Tammy are simply having their engagement shots done by KC Chan Photography. You would however be under the impression that they have already swapped I do’s as newlyweds because of their wedding attire, especially the gown by Noel Chu Atelier. They are taking a long and romantic walk down the beach in each other’s company that is oh so dreamy and light! Aren’t they positively glowing? It has got to be a product of their love for each other. Come and see for yourself!
When I seek some solace, I turn to the outdoors. Something about the liberty of the wide open space and the freshness of nature results in a feeling of renewal. Dorothy and Peter’s engagement at Shing Mun Reservoir reveals the same sense of rebirth. Twobetterthanone Photography captures the couple sharing sweet, tender moments while they enjoy the environment. Their relaxing demeanor and loving gestures are inviting and inspiring, and the scenery make everything so rejuvenating. View the rest of the photos and feel brand new!
Calling all the feminine ladies out there! If your sense of style swings towards more classic silhouettes and clean lines, than Peter Langner‘s Bridal Collection will resonate with you. The pearlescent color tones are mesmerizing in any of the 20 looks your eyes will set sight on. I love how the simplicity and modesty in the designs are suitable for so many women’s beautiful shapes and sizes. Happy Friday viewing to you all!
One important Chinese wedding tradition is the ceremony when the groom picks up the bride to bring her to his home. Before the groom can claim his bride, he usually has to undergo a series of tests in the form of fun games, also called “door games”. Today, we’re sharing with you 14 fun games that will surely be challenging for your groom and groomsmen, and will make everyone laugh and have a good time!
(1) No Money, No Honey
This is usually one of the first obstacles that the groom’s party has to go through. The bridesmaids will ask for an amount of money to be given to them before they allow the groomsmen into the house. The usual amounts are usually HK$ 888 or HK$ 999. This is because 8 is considered lucky in Chinese culture. On the other hand, 9 represents eternity, which is fitting for the start of a marriage.
Today’s wedding is a sweet opening to the day filled with really touching moments during the traditional Chinese prewedding ceremonies and a palette that colors the whole celebration with unparalleled happiness. Phoebe and Rocky’s wedding in the Peninsula Hong Kong is one that truly hit the heart. Each scene from their Big Day taken by Patrick Photography show us every bit of love that permeated throughout the wedding. And of course, the grey and red color accents just added even more joy to the atmosphere. We’re sure you’ll love this wedding, so go ahead and read more.