And my obsession with flowers continues — this time with pretty silk flowers courtesy of Bunny Garden. Since outdoor shoots and easy natural looks are on trend right now, I thought this simple hair accessory would be the perfect project for all you crafty brides-to-be. Flower combs are much easier and more practical to make with silk flowers, but please make sure you go with high quality flowers. Cheap silk flowers just look cheap, so we don’t want any of that. Let’s get started!
Here’s what you will need:
Hair comb in various lengths, green floral tape, green floral wire, long nose pliers
An assortment of silk flowers and foliage (all from Bunny Garden)
We’re starting off this week with Iris and Max’s super easy engagement session courtesy of Henry F. There’s just something so calming about the soft vintage color tone of these photos. I think it compliments the different spots they visited quite well (especially that private pier), allowing the couple’s personalities to shine through. This is as effortless as any engagement session could get, and we could only hope to see more of the same. May your Monday be as chill as this sweet set!
Today’s Fashion Friday feature is extra special, because we finally get to feature a Hong Kong designer! If you’ve been following our social media accounts, you would know that I’m a big fan of Noel Chu. It was a pleasure to meet someone with such experience and talent that is genuinely humble and kind. Today we’re proud to show you her latest collection that truly celebrates women’s uniqueness. Each dress in this collection has it’s own personality bundled with undeniable craftsmanship. We need no further proof to say she’s a designer we all should be proud of!
We’re travelling back through time to an old English garden… in Hong Kong. Yes, believe it or not, this next engagement session was actually shot right here at home. Floreta and Ho’s vintage-style shoot in this enchanting rose garden is such a breath of fresh air. I love that they dared to be different — from the location, to Floreta’s Victorian dress, to the deep red florals. With Sophia Kwan behind the lens, the photos are like painted scenes from classic romantic novels. Excuse me while I go and make myself a nice cuppa!
Last Wednesday, I had the privilege of attending a contemporary bridal showcase at The Langham‘s elegant Palm Court lounge in commemoration of the prestigious hotel’s 150-year history. It was a feast in every sense. Guests got to marvel at exquisite jewelry by Melville Fine Jewellery and Hatton Studios on top of couture dresses by designer-extraordinaire Noel Chu while enjoying The Langham’s signature Afternoon Tea with Wedgewood experience. The result of this collaboration was so inspiring that I just had to share it with you all. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to find out about some special offers!
To mark this special occasion, The Langham is extending the following offers:
Couples who book their wedding with at least 150 guests will be allowed to lease these designer jewellery pieces on their wedding day.
Couples can save HK$800 on each table for new weddings booked from 1 November 2015 – 30 April 2016, with complimentary decorative backdrop, reception table and personalised wedding gift from 1 May – 31 December 2016.
Enjoy 15% off on the afternoon tea and receive a complimentary glass of champagne for the month of June and July 2015 just by saying “150th Anniversary” when making reservations.
You can call 2378 9347 or email [email protected] for wedding enquiries, or dial 2132 7898 or email [email protected] to make reservations for afternoon tea. Enjoy, darlings!