Diana and Ricky tied the knot in a stunning garden wedding that simply blew us away. Tucked in a corner at The Grassland, an open venue covered in greenery, the lovers said “I do” surrounded by tropical trees and flowers following a warm, orange palette. And right at the center of the aisle stood a towering cross decked with even more flowers in the same hues–it made the venue such a beautiful sight! The banquet that followed turned out to be such a fun celebration, too. Diana and Ricky rocked the dance floor with their performance and everyone else joined in on the fun. What else is there to see in this wedding feature? Go through all of Moonbird Production‘s photos and Wonderwall Videographic‘s video to for the rest of the details of this union now.
When photographer Anna Koustas Photography, videographer Justin Tan, stylist Adele Leung, and wedding planner Le Lumière Events came together to brainstorm about this beach styled photo shoot, their main purpose was to reassure couples of the beauty of their love. With or without a pandemic, the main focus of any wedding–big or small, simple or grand–is just you and your partner. As micro weddings will dominate 2021, this intimate photo session at the beach aims to show off the beauty and simplicity of a couple’s raw, bare love. Browse through these photos for a refreshing take on romance. Scroll on now.
The pandemic has really altered the way we go about our lives. For soon-to-weds who have always dreamed of a grand wedding at a remote destination, frustration commonly takes over. But through all the trials, remember that there is a silver lining. Today’s feature, a special elopement by Kitography, is a beautiful way to turn the situation around.
Just like many couples, Darric and Riley, had to change things up because of the pandemic. Since they both love camping, Kitography suggested for the two to shoot an elopement in a remote mountain in Hong Kong. The photo session turned out to be absolutely scenic, intimate, and full of the pair’s natural interactions aback the most stunning view.
William, the man behind Kitography, shares that he and his team want to introduce elopement shoots to Hong Kong couples, especially those who love hiking and adventures. Elopements allow couples to enjoy exploring together while making unforgettable and precious memories. Scroll on to see today’s breathtaking feature–you will be convinced to have an elopement too!
Guess what? Hey Day is back! This coming April 1 to 11, shop ’til you drop because our online sale will be overflowing with wedding deals you shouldn’t miss out on. As a special treat for all of you, here’s a sneak peek at the giveaways and best deals at Hey Day.
Remember, any purchases will let you enter the giveaway automatically! For a higher chance winning, please follow the a few steps and mark it in the remark session. We will pick winners with best answers!
Mark your calendars so you can grab these offers beginning April 1!
Pre-wedding Photo Shoot by Derek Photography
- Worth HK$8,000
- Includes 2 hours worth of shooting by Ariel, makeup and hair, and all photos with color retouch
2-tier Wedding Cake from Sugarcoat
- Worth HK$3,580
- Includes a 2-tier cake (4″ top, 6″ bottom) with the option to choose from a selection of designs provided by Sugarcoat
- Delivery fee to be shouldered by the winner
80mm Kelly Mule from ODELICATE
- The Kelly Mule comes in white patent leather with delicate crystal straps
- Worth HK$2,000
As soon as it’s clear enough to fly out, where would you go for your engagement shoot? For all of the Hong Kong couples out there who have been itching to travel, today’s feature is the perfect inspiration for you. Once the border is opened, one of the nearest locations you can go to for your pre-wedding shoot is Singapore. And you can get ideas from Heather and John’s photoshoot, which took place in some of the most popular shoot locations–Gardens By The Bay, Fort Canning, and East Coast Park Beach. All of these locations lend stunning outdoor scenery, including towering greens and flowers, serene shorelines, and a traditional architecture for a Chinese-inspired setting. Here’s a final tip for you: book a local photographer who knows the locations well. He or she will be able to shoot you at the best spots! Take the cue from OneThreeOneFour, the photography team that took all these stunning photos for Heather and John. Scroll on to see more now.