Today’s wedding will sweep you off your feet. Not only does it take place is a beautiful Bali resort, it’s also filled with the most elegant details! Meike and Leo’s union took on a monochromatic cream color theme, with hints of rustic elements here and there. From the ceremony decorations, all the way down to the reception table flowers and bridesmaids’ dresses, everything was painted in a blanket of whites and beige. Everywhere you look, elegance greets you! And to add allure,sent over dreamy sunset post-wedding snaps of the couple. If only all of our days could be like this–filled with romantic photos set in a breathtaking location!
Shark fin soup has been a popular dish for the Chinese for centuries. It’s a symbol of luxury and once used to be only available for the upper class. The dish was known to be “fit for an Emperor” and when served, it was a reflection of a family’s wealth and affluence. Today, with increasing awareness of how the widespread consumption of shark fin soup has negatively affected the environment and ecosystem, more and more Chinese and Chinese restaurants have taken action and initiative to forego this dish at parties, celebrations, and weddings. You might be wondering, what can be served in the place of shark fin soup? There are many alternatives for your choosing! Here are a few suggestions from our partners in the industry. You can ask your wedding caterer if they can recreate these or if they have their own alternative recipes as well.
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Braised Bird’s Nest Soup with Seafood and Bamboo Piths
To match the esteemed reputation of shark fin soup, Conrad has created other types of premium soup with deluxe ingredients, like this Braised Bird’s Nest Soup with Seafood & Bamboo Piths. It’s delicious and the exact starter for that hearty banquet.
Double-boiled Whole Conpoy and Sea Whelk Soup with Honey Dew Melon and Fish Maw
Hong Kong Disneyland shares that it was been an advocate of the movement to save sharks for years now. And to replace the ancient dish, they have several alternative selections to choose from. One is this Double-boiled Whole Conpoy and Sea Whelk Soup with Honey Dew Melon and Fish Maw.
Mesmerizing from all angles, Sarine and Felix’s pre-wedding photo shoot at Shek O can be liked to a classic novel of two lovers who run away to a secret place. Behind their whispers and playful banter, you see the twinkle in their eyes, definitely a sign of their deep love for one another. Sarine and Felix kept the styling at a minimum–classy and chic from Sarine’s dresses and hair accessories to Felix’s grey suit. Lovey Dovey Photography made sure we wouldn’t miss out on the endearing moments of this charming couple, so take your time and scroll on so see more now.
Today, I will be gushing about all the beautiful details of Mandy and Adrian‘s wedding day, starting off with Mandy’s beautiful qipao. She picked out an ivory one, decked with subtle yet elegant embellishments. Her tousled updo and hair accessory also matched her dress perfectly. Later on, she changed into a stylish modern wedding dress that accentuated her petite frame. Moving on to the styling and decorations, what is not to love about their navy-themed garden wedding? The deep blue hue added that extra depth to the outdoor venue while the pastel accents made the look extra chic. I could go on and on about this wedding, but it will be better if you scroll on and see all of the photos by !
Showcasing your talent is one way to make your personality come out in any photo session. And because today’s muse, Jenny, is a painter, the team decided to showcase her unique gift. She brought a beautiful portrait panting on set and this became the focal point of inspiration for the photo shoot. To complement the beautiful painting by Jenny, a colorful fruit-filled table display was laid out. Feminine decorations were hung on the while walls at the studio at the Aisle–not too much, but enough to accentuate Jenny and her craft. Jenny’s outfit was equally beguiling. She wore stylish embellished gowns fromand delicate accessories by . We truly appreciate seeing all these photos by and encourage all brides-to-be to do the same–show who you are!