Head to the Peninsula between 11am and 6pm on Sunday, March 22 to see what a wedding at Hong Kong’s most historical hotel might look like.
Talented graphic designer and illustrator Kalo can make super-stylish, personalized wedding stationery that really reflects the personality of the couple. Whether you’re looking for traditional designs, pop culture reference or a touch of humor, Kalo can put these together in her designs.
Trying to source some saucy hen night games? How about rude gift favors for your bachelorette party guests? Whatever you need for your hen party, Bachelorette Party Central has you covered.
With gowns by Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Francesca Pitera at Jim Hjelm (pictured) and Junko Yoshioka, you can be sure that dresses from Trinity Bridal will be absolutely divine–and with a high price tag to match.
If you’re getting married this year and want to help conserve the world’s marine environment, then consider taking part in the “Happy Hearts Love Sharks” campaign, organized by the Hong Kong Shark Foundation.
With an intimate, photojournalistic style, Kes Lei of KesMoments strives to quietly capture the important moments of the day without intrusiveness or staged moments.
If you think that the garden party of your dreams is impossible given Hong Kong’s pricy outdoor venues, you may want to take a look at the USRC, which offers a lush, green setting that’s easy on the wallet.
If you’re looking for a confident, bilingual photographer who won’t drain your bank account, then definitely make an appointment to meet Johnathan Lee and his experienced team.
Fancy making a big statement with your sweets? Check out Beyond Dessert’s super cute, colour-coordinated dessert tables, which combine candies, cookies, cupcakes and other treats to create an impressive display that your wedding or bridal shower guests will go gaga for.
Couture brides looking for Italian designs should check out Wiwiwed, which is the stockist of Caroline Castigliano gowns in Hong Kong.