Inspiring Peach, Coral, and Orange Color Palettes For Your Wedding Day

Today’s blog post is all about appreciating warmer hues, specifically a palette made with orange, peach, and coral colors. Together, these colors give off a very relaxing and comforting vibe. They also look really inviting in outdoor settings as they contrast the cool greens of nature. Have you ever thought of building your dream wedding around orange, peach, and coral colors? Whether this palette is something you’ve been considering or it’s never even been part of your choices, these real weddings and engagements will show you just how captivating this combination can be. Come and join us by scrolling on.

Aside from the flowers, this couple also used orange for their invitations.

[From: Unexpected Changes Didn’t Keep This Couple From Having a Beautiful Hotel Wedding / Photos: Jeff Lee Pictures]

We just love the rustic elements of this wedding, which matched the orange and white flowers.

[From: A Romantic Garden Wedding at The Pavillion with Warm Hues / Photos: Hatsumori Photo by Gavin.Y.]

Here’s a modern take on the palette. Gold elements also elevated the look.

[From: A Chic Garden Wedding at The Grassland Filled with Elegant Decorations / Photos: Dear Fianceé] Continue reading “Inspiring Peach, Coral, and Orange Color Palettes For Your Wedding Day”

A Romantic Hong Kong Wedding with The Most Stunning Floral Decorations

Rosa and John’s wedding blew us away and we must certainly let you know that one of the reasons this wedding is worth every bit of your time is because of the beyond beautiful floral arrangements. Rosa, the bride, shares that every detail from their wedding was well-thought-out and she particularly handpicked Leung’s Creations and Wedding Garden Ltd. to dress up the couple’s wedding venues at Auberge Discovery Bay. Leung’s Creations adorned the white chapel with baby blue and pastel flowers. This made Rosa and John’s ceremony look and feel extra dreamy. On the other hand, Wedding Garden Ltd. used vivid red and orange flowers to brighten up the open garden scenery. Both looks matched the spaces perfectly and set the right tone for Rosa and John’s special day. The rest of the couple’s wedding details were extra classy, including Rosa’s gowns from Noel Chu Atelier. And to add a personal touch to the union Rosa designed the invitations herself. Truly, this duo made sure they put their heart and soul into their special day! See the fruits of their efforts by scrolling on and viewing the rest of KC Chan‘s photos.


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An Elegant Black and White Themed Engagement Shoot Taken at Tirtha Bali

Not everyones choose a black and white combination for their wedding or engagement shoot. It may seem like a lifeless color palette, but the truth is, black and white can look extra elegant together. If you’re still skeptical, Sarita and Sam’s pre-wedding shoot taken at the oh-so-romantic Tirtha, Bali will surely convince you. Sarita donned two stunning gowns from Anovia Bridal Shop, one in black and the other in white. Both dresses made Sarita look effortlessly elegant and choosing these two contrasting looks elevated all the photos taken by  Gusmank Photography. Here we can clearly see that you can wear black and white on during your engagement photo session and even your wedding–changing into black for your second would be a surprise for everyone! Your decorations can follow the color theme and watch the magic of the two colors combined come to life. Scroll on more inspiration now.

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A Scenic and Romantic Wedding at Amtarda Overlooking the Mountains

Maggie and Jermond tied the knot at a romantic venue overlooking the sea and mountains. Amtarda proved to be the most captivating the venue for their nuptials with the couple’s classic white wedding theme complementing the view. We loved all of Maggie’s outfits, which included an elaborate qun gua and an ethereal wedding gown, both from Onlyce Bridal. She looked exquisite in her looks and Jermond looked just as dashing by her side. Another detail that caught our attention was the invitation which was designed by Maggie herself. There’s so much to love about this outdoor wedding. See just how stunning Maggie and Jermond’s day turned out to be through the lens of White Label Photo. Scroll on.

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Avoid These 7 Common Outdoor Wedding Mistakes

Have you been dreaming of an outdoor wedding? Making your dream wedding a reality is something we’re more than happy to help you with. Outdoor and garden weddings are extremely popular among Hong Kong brides, so if you browse through the website, you’ll find a lot of inspiration. Today, however, we’re talking about the common errors couples make when planning an outdoor wedding. These often get overlooked, especially when couples are too focused on the aesthetics of the day. Read on as early as now so you can avoid these mistakes for your special day.

(1) Underestimating the logistical needs of an outdoor wedding.

Indoor venues, like hotels and event spaces, usually come with standard amenities that you need not even think of anymore. Some of these include valet service and ample parking, a bridal suite for pre-wedding preparations, rentals, and so on. For an outdoor wedding venue, these might not all be available. You’ll have to search for other options or solutions.

[From: A Romantic Pastel Wedding at The Lakehouse That Was Planned in Just 3 Months / Photo: Aupho Wedding]

(2) Not having a solid weather contingency plan.

Some venues have a readily available indoor site that you can transfer to in case the weather does not cooperate on your wedding day. However, not all venues have this option. Make sure that when you scout for outdoor venues, you have a Plan B ready, just in case, even if the venue can’t provide one for you.

[From: A Simple and Classic Outdoor Garden Wedding / Photo: IS Production House]

(3) Disregarding the wind.

Aside from rain, wind can be a challenge for outdoor weddings. Many couples don’t realize that the wind can affect an outdoor wedding, especially your decorations. Whatever your decoration plans are, you might want to inform your wedding stylist to ensure that everything installed will be wind ready. As for your wedding hair, have an extra option as well just in case your wedding day is extra windy; an updo might be best.

[From: A Colorful Garden Wedding at The Repulse Bay / Photo: Wax Leung]

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