Just like many other Hong Kong couples, Celia and Devin faced the same struggles while planning their wedding. After postponing their wedding twice, they finally decided to host a local wedding. But even with a Hong Kong wedding in place, many friends and relatives could not make it or were unsure for safety reasons. The couple also had to make sure that their wedding adhered to strict social distancing and guest count limitations. The bride, Celia, didn’t let the situation stop her from having her dream wedding, so she set up a stunning Phuket-inspired outdoor garden wedding with a dreamy transparent marquee tent and fairy lights. Since her favorite color is blue, she filled the garden with blue blooms and decorations everywhere. Their wedding day turned out to be a magical celebration–guests felt like they had traveled! To all couples who are also struggling with wedding planning, here’s what Celia suggests you do. “Stick with your dream wedding, and one day your dream wedding will come true! If you know what you want, be your own wedding planner. You’ll enjoy the planning process–it is the best project in your life!” Scroll on below to see the rest of the photos and video through the lens of.
Venue: The Peninsula Hong Kong (Preparation), Sai Kung Private Villa (Ceremony and Reception) / Photographer: Mary Ann Art & Photography / Videographer: T.Art Videography / Bride’s Gown: Kyha Studios from The Loft Bridal / Bride’s Shoes: Roger Viver / Bridesmaid Dresses: Revolve, ASOS / Groom’s Attire: Dior Homme / Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist: Cherry Wong Makeup / Bouquets: Terrain Floral / Flowers and Decorations, Event Stylist, Lights and Sounds: The Wood Wedding / Catering, Rental Furniture: Butler / Accessories: A. B. ELLIE, MAISON SABBEN / Band Live music: Me2 Productions / Bridal Car: Rolls-Royce from The Peninsula Hong Kong / Lingerie: La Perla / Projection Mapping: XYZ. Spaceless