It’s not everyday you come across a wedding done outdoors in Hong Kong. Sailing has always been a big part of Mark and Elena’s life, so they went with a nautical-themes wedding beside the sea at the Victoria Recreation Club near Sai Kung. They had the perfect combination of the woody forest and the calm sea as the backdrop to their special day. The result was an intimate and graceful celebration unlike any other. With Darren LeBeuf behind the lens, we’re in for a treat!
Here at Bride and Breakfast, we are constantly striving to bring you the best wedding inspirations. Aside from curating the most stylish weddings and engagements, we also want to bring you more practical advice to help you plan for your big day. Today, we are debuting #BNBFINDS where we will highlight interesting products and services that you can consider for your wedding planning process.
We are putting the first spotlight on a local social enterprise that offers beautiful jewelry made by members of disadvantaged communities in Hong Kong. We came across The Mustard Seed Workshop‘s exquisite lineup of classic and tasteful jewelry and just thought they would be perfect as wedding accessories or even as gifts for bridesmaids. All the items are available for purchase OR for rent which means more flexibility for your wedding budget. It’s amazing how you can look fabulous without breaking the bank while blessing people in need. Now that’s an offer we can’t resist!
Photographer: Nikki Li
The long weekend might have come and gone too quickly, but don’t fret. We’re taking you to dreamy Sydney with today’s engagement feature shot entirely on film by Jada Poon Photography. From lakeside forests to grassy meadows, Joe and Christina’s photos have enough sunshine to last us a week and leave us daydreaming about our next getaway. Get lost in all the love right here!
What better way to start off the long weekend than with a parade of gorgeous dresses! For today’s Fashion Friday post, we bring you Oscar de la Renta’s latest bridal collection. Creative Director Peter Copping stayed true to the late designer’s aesthetic with pieces that exuded feminine sophistication and understated glamour. The timelessness but creativity and excitement in each dress is just pure brilliance. Get ready to fall in love!
They say that love is the most beautiful accessory, and we think this cozy Hong Kong engagement is proof of that. Wonderfully captured by Isa Photography, Max and Jon’s warm smiles and easy outfits make me dream of lazy Sunday mornings when I can just tuck under a blanket with a hot cup of coffee. Happy Wednesday, darlings!