What a breath of fresh air this casual engagement session is! Katherine and Patrick seem to be having the best time ever in this pre-wedding photoshoot taken at home and at the beach. They went for casual looks in a clean looking blue and white palette and just had some fun from start to end. Binc Photography captured all their candid moments as well as some quirky shots of the lovers playing around. Here’s a little tip you can learn from these two: think less and just enjoy! It will show in all your photos.
When picking a wedding date, aside from ensuring you wed on an auspicious wedding date, couples need to check if the best date falls on a holiday. Is it better to get married on a holiday, or not? Like in all other things, there are advantages and disadvantages of holding your wedding on a holiday. It’s best to check them all and figure out what will best work for you and your guests. To help you out, here are some pros and cons of tying the knot on a holiday.
[From: A Little Social Distancing with a Whole Lot of Love / Photo: Otter Ten Studio]
(1) Time off from work or school.
For those who have day jobs, they will have time off from work on holidays. This means that if your wedding date falls on a weekday that’s also a holiday, guests with work will not need to request for time off to attend your wedding. The same goes for guests who are still studying.
Today’s newly engaged couples face the challenge of planning their wedding with strict restrictions on social gatherings. While the situation isn’t ideal, we can all agree that safety comes first. Usually, couples need to decide on one of the three: postpone the wedding until further notice, downsize the wedding, or have one intimate wedding and a sequel which can include all the guests that can’t attend afterwards.
The second and third choices are the more common choices among couples. This brings us to the growing trend: micro-weddings. Micro-weddings are scaled-down and intimate weddings with less than 30 guests–or even less than 10. Micro-weddings have less vendors, too and a less hectic on-the-day schedule. In today’s feature, Nicole Please Weddings shares some tips on planning a micro-wedding paired with a styled shoot she put together with local Hong Kong vendors.
Scroll on for ideas and inspirations for your very own wedding.
With over 80 years of experience, Kee Wah Bakery has been a trusted partner for many brides and grooms entering their new life as husband and wife. Known for their wide array of cakes pastries, Kee Wah Bakery’s products have been a staple at weddings, Chinese celebrations, and meal time at homes.
Kee Wah Bakery has been around since the 1930s offering delectable traditional wedding cakes, mid-autumn moon cakes, and traditional cakes. Today, Kee Wah Bakery has an expanded line-up of products that including over 30 styles of traditional wedding cakes and over 500 kinds of Chinese and Western pastries. Kee Wah also offers cake and pastry coupons that can be redeemed any time at any of Kee Wah’s branches all over Hong Kong. So there you’re looking for traditional cakes for your Chinese pre-wedding activities, cake vouchers along with wedding invitation, or on-the-go breakfast pastries for you and your spouse-to-be, Kee Wah has everything you need.
As you start your journey into married life and beyond, you can rely on Kee Wah to sweeten every step of the way!
With more small-scale celebrations dominating the wedding scene, many brides are considering D.I.Y. decorations, especially with a guest count of 50 or less. If you think about it, you won’t need a lot of details if you’re gathering only a few guests smaller space. All you’ll really need is a pretty focal point in the room. If this is exactly what you had in mind, then you can consider a simple D.I.Y. wedding backdrop as the main attraction of your venue. In this blog feature, we put together some gorgeous examples that will inspire you. Scroll to see them now.
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