It only took a second for us to love everything about Katrina and Sam’s wedding day. With the first few photos taken by White Label Wedding Photo in view, we know that we just had to share this romantic union with you. Held at the Hong Kong Jockey Club and Beas River Country Club, Katrina and Sam tied the knot in an open garden with immaculate, all-white decorations by Pride To Be. Katrina surprised us with three beautiful wedding gowns, all of which were more than enough to make anyone’s (most especially Sam) jaw drop. We also noticed the elegant minimalist invitations by The Rushing Water Calligraphy, which matched all the other details. And as if all these elements weren’t already such a treat, read all the way until the send to see some snaps of the couple’s sweet dance during the evening banquet. Scroll on now.
On this fine day, we’re spoiling you with a whole line up of 15 wedding dresses with gorgeous sleeves. But what’s so special about sleeves, you might ask? For brides who are a little conscious about their arms, you can use sleeves to your advantage! You can cover up but also do it stylishly. Some of our featured brides’ most-loved styles are sleeves that are embellished with lace, appliqué, or beads. We included examples of these below. We also included some off-shoulder sleeves and puff sleeves for that extra drama, if you’re up for it. Enough talking, and instead, start scrolling! See them all for yourself.
[From: This Couple Recreated Their Dream Lake Como Pre-wedding Shoot in Hong Kong / Gown: Monique L’huillier from Central Weddings / Photo: Angel Cheung]
[From: This Couple Sang During Their Rust-themed Wedding at House 1881 / Bride’s Gown: Le Soleil Bridal Closet, Kayta London / Photo: Moonbird Production]
[From: This Couple Rocked Stylish Pre-wedding Looks From Day to Night / Gown: To Be Wed / Photos: Aupho Wedding]
At first glance, you can tell that this duo can rock any scene they step on. Hazel and Nick, a stylish couple from Hong Kong, caught our attention on Instagram because of their sleek and edgy looks in all their engagement photos taken by J.Aperture. They chose two specific scenes for their photos: a well-lit indoor room and an old building along the streets of the city. Hazel and Nick owned both locations and gifted us with captivating photos. Hazel’s voluminous gown from La Cérémonie Atelier was a romantic contrast to the industrial interiors of the room. And when she emerged in a smart white suit and pants set for the outdoor setting, we simply couldn’t take our eyes off her. Meanwhile, Nick was just the perfect gentleman beside her in both his navy and beige suits. Enough talking. Time to enjoy all the photos below–you’ll love them!
Photographer Jeff Lee first met Michelle and Simon three years ago and at that time, the couple excitedly shared their dream wedding with Jeff. But with the global pandemic changing the world and the way weddings are celebrated, Michelle and Simon had to change their plans. Since Hong Kong had been experiencing rising cases, the two decided to have a small-scale luncheon with their closest friends and family at HOW, a restaurant with minimalist interiors. Since the venue was already pretty to begin with, Michelle and Simon DIY-ed simple decorations. Michelle also prepared a delicious pistachio cake herself, which was such a unique and meaningful labor of love for their guests. So even though they didn’t have the wedding their initially had in mind, Michelle and Simon’s celebration turned out to be such a precious union. The personalized touch and the intimacy of the gathering made their wedding even more worthwhile.
One venue, three weddings, and a ton of inspiration–this is what’s coming your way in today’s special feature.
From time to time we showcase a venue and the celebrations of different couples who chose to wed in the same venue. We find inspiration in seeing how couples build their very own dream wedding in the same venue. With their personalities and the creativity of their wedding teams taking the forefront, the venue is transformed anew. In this feature, The Pavillion emerges with three different looks that are all wonderful and appealing. Get ideas, feel inspired, and get excited with these three weddings!
Minimal and Serene
Irene and Steven’s wedding was simple but also romantic in its own way. They didn’t have elaborate decorations or floral installations which allowed the venue’s green surroundings to breathe life into their union. Their color palette consisted of whites, creams, and red as the only contrast to the scene. It stood out elegantly and added just the right amount of color to the serenity of the rest of the scenery.
Warm and Romantic
With the venue’s open garden and their canvass, Vicky and Leo painted their union with warm, inviting hues. A peach palette set the mood for the day and rustic decorations filled every corner with romance. When nightfall came, canopy lights set the wedding aglow and let the dreamy atmosphere continue from day to night.
Bold and Luxurious
Stephanie and Jackson tied the knot in style. They dressed the ceremony site with towering pillars and chandelier and extravagant carpets and floral decorations for the aisle. Bold colors filled the garden and the couple turned the evening into a glamorous celebration thanks to their stunning outfit change and special dance number.