A special day, such as your wedding day, calls for only the most special details. Special thought and care must be put into every single part of your wedding–from your ensemble, to the favors that your guests will take home with them. You can take a look at today’s wedding for inspiration, which was an absolutely elegant celebration. April and Ivan said their vows aback a garden scene with a gazebo overflowing flowers by Pride-to-Be Wedding & event Decoration at Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel. The bride donned a stunning off-shoulder gown, while her bridesmaids were clad identical blue dresses. No detail was amiss. Even a pretty dessert table by Bakery Plus welcomed the guests as they came to the ceremony. Adding thoughtful elements like this make every moment even more special, both for the couple and all the guests. See what else this couple did to make their wedding a union worthy of admiration. Read more.
Looking for the perfect bouquet for your wedding? In today’s feature, our floral stylists from The Aisle shed light on different kinds of bouquets that you can consider for your big day. Aside from talking about each style’s unique features, they also provide some tips that will help you figure out if a certain style is perfect for you. Read on below to find out which one of these wedding bouquet styles suits you and your wedding look.
If you’re going for a romantic wedding look, then a cascading bouquet is right up your alley. This style features long flowers and leaves that cascade–hence, the name–over your arms. This style is extra romantic and will suit tall brides, shares Preface.
Your invitation suites will always be your guests’ the very first glimpse of your wedding day. You’ll want them to have a good first impression of your wedding day and you’ll want to get them excited about it! Today, we’ve rounded up 20 elegant watercolor wedding invitations that will definitely make all your guests eagerly anticipate your special day. Not only are these designs so pretty, they also have beautiful watercolor renditions of the wedding venues, details, and even the couple! Go on, scroll some more and enjoy.
[Photo: Anticipate Invitations]
[From: Design by Laney]
[From: Sugared Fig Paperie via Etsy]
Today’s sunny pre-wedding shoot is a breath of fresh air. Jenn and Kenny surely had a blast when they took casual shots around a quaint neighborhood and by the sea in Shek O. Hong Kong photographer Paul Wong was behind the lens taking shots of the lovers playfully enjoying every moment in the outdoors. He made sure to capture the couple’s heartwarming moments as well as all the giggles that happened in between. If every day looked like this, we’re sure there wouldn’t be any room for gloom or negativity, ever! Fill your day with some glee by scrolling through all of Jenn and Kenny’s engagement photos here.
It’s been a couple of months of staying indoors and avoiding unnecessary trips outdoors or in public places. Even if movement outside your home is restricted, that doesn’t mean your wedding planning has to halt. In fact, you can still continue planning while you’re home. You can be productive and get things done without having to go outdoors. Here are 10 wedding tasks you can easily do and accomplish at home.
(1) Double check all your contracts.
If you haven’t yet, this is the best time to check all the details of your vendor contracts. Make sure you don’t miss out on the inclusions, exclusions, and fine print. You can read this article to know more about what to look out for while double checking your vendor contracts.
(2) Finalize your guest list.
Whether you need to cut down on add on to your list, now is a great time to work on your guest list. Take into consideration all the factors that affect your guest list. You may also do some advance work on planning your seating arrangement, too.
(3) Update your guests.
If you plan to postpone or to push through with your wedding with strict hygiene procedures or if you, now is the time to update your guests accordingly. You can send e-notices for any updates guests need to be aware of, as well as e-invites for the new date.