• Pixioo Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Conceptual Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Artistic and Dreamy Bridal Portraits with LED Lights

    Not only has the pandemic affected wedding celebrations and receptions, but couples also found themselves limited to local spots when it came to shooting bridal portraits. It didn’t help that Singapore is a rather small country, but fortunately, it has a vibrant artistic community and photographers who found ways to make photoshoots interesting. Often, this meant trying new things and going outside of their comfort zone. Here, Pixioo Photography experimented with LED lights for these night portraits, and we are in love with the results. CHLOE & ALIVIN {Singapore} Photography by Pixioo Photography {Read more about this in the magazine}

  • Andri Tei Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Colourful and Artsy Bridal Portraits At ArtScience Museum, Singapore

    The ‘Future World: Where Art Meets Science’ exhibition by teamLab at ArtScience Museum has certainly made its rounds on social media, and we love how these newlyweds took it one step further by making it part of their bridal portraits. The bright and joyful digital playground served as a great backdrop for the couple to mark the beginning of their new chapter. Many thanks to Andri Tei Photography for capturing these beautiful shots!

  • Photo by Twins Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Artistic and Creative Bridal Portraits in Kuala Lumpur

    Photography is basically playing with light and shadow, lines and framing, and of course, the subject in focus. We love this set of bridal portraits from Twins Photography – every single shot is practically a piece of art. Imagine marking your upcoming union by making art together! Thanks to Twins Photography for this set of photos.

  • Jackie Yong Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Conceptual Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Glimpse Into The Future: Bridal Portraits That Predict Married Life 50 Years On

    This is one of the most creative and moving bridal portrait themes we’ve ever seen. Forget the fancy gowns and suits, this couple decided to depict what they think their marriage will look like 50 years from now, as their photographer captured their quirks during a day out near Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur. Everything about this is awesome – thank you, Jackie Yong Photography!

  • Photo by Terralogical. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Conceptual Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Quirky and Unconventional Bridal Portraits Taken on Bintan Island, Indonesia

    These are some pretty big, albeit unorthodox, bridal portraits, we have to say! And frankly we did not expect any less from two visual communication designers who are crazy in love and about to tie the knot. From perspective distortions to quirky art frames, these lovebirds wanted to defy the norms of bridal portraits, and that they did. It wasn’t all peculiar oddities (even though each photo looked like an art piece), the couple also took some conventional shots as backup, which were sweet and romantic – we love the ones of them by the beach and in the water, too! Many thanks to Govinda Rumi of Terralogical for this…

  • Photo by Bloc Memoire Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Conceptual Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Indie Portraits With A Playful Twist at The Great Madras Hotel Singapore

    Hands down the best indie game face we’ve seen in a pre-wedding album, this was a breath of fresh air indeed, and we’ll tell you why. Shot at the unconventional The Great Madras Hotel Singapore, the photos certainly reflected the couple’s desire to create something indie and playful, in a flavour that was truly their own. They were not afraid to challenge the norm, with their funky outfits and zero public displays of affection. Instead, they went for a somewhat “disconnected” feel, aiming for “nothing touchy, yet being emotionally connected”. “That,” said Bloc Memoire Photography, “was honesty to the core.”

  • Photo by Filming Art Cinematography. tp://www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Conceptual Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Conceptual Bridal Portraits: The Pilot And The Tailor

    Sometimes you simply can’t put into words how much your love story takes your breath away, so these newlyweds took their bridal portraits and had them made into a movie. Using different photographs, this combination of cinematography and photography (adorably called “cinephotography”) took storytelling and bridal portraits to an inimitable space. The level of detail applied to the styling and costumes perfectly complemented the love these newlyweds have for each other. Watch: “The Pilot & The Tailor”, starring Jocelyn and Louis. By Filming Art Cinematography. JOCELYN & LOUIS {Malaysia} Photography and Videography by Filming Art Cinematography / Styling by Nana Natalie of Filming Art Cinematography {Read more about this in…

  • The Peeping Thom Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Conceptual Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Whimsical Love, Quirky Romance

    Partners in life and work, this bride and groom infuse their own whimsical brand of creativity into every aspect of their lives. As co-founders of a creative agency, they are perfectly compatible in their strengths and personalities, and are truly two halves of a perfect whole. As animal lovers with two dogs and two cats, even their bridal portraits had animal elements in it, from their geometric animal masks to their three-year-old Dachshund, Duncan, who made a cameo appearance! Many thanks to Thomas Ang of The Peeping Thom for capturing this quirky, Wes Anderson-inspired set of bridal portraits.

  • Photo by Multifolds Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Picnic On A Truck

    It’s especially sweet when couples choose to include seemingly normal items in documenting their love story. In this instance, it was Yihui’s pick-up truck, which played an integral part in their relationship. And why not? It was with this very truck that Yihui would drive Mindy around and take her out on dates. Many thanks to Melvin Lau of Multifolds Photography for this creative set of bridal portraits. He transformed the back of the truck into a picnic area, complete with dreamy décor, fairy lights and beautiful florals.

  • Raymond Phang Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Ideas,  Inspirations

    5 Of The Most Creative Wedding Photographers In Asia

    If you are looking for something artistic and conceptual for your wedding photoshoot and are allergic to cheesy bridal portraits, this list is for you. These photographers’ work will blow your mind; your photos will be one of a kind, but we can’t guarantee that your parents will like them just as much. We can, however, assure you that none of your friends will forget your set of portraits – ever. #01 Raymond Phang Photography Singapore #02 Funkydali Malaysia #03 Redd Bullets Malaysia #04 MangoRed Philippines #05 Douglas Ho Malaysia

  • Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Great Storytelling With Colour Coordinated Outfits

    An interesting location and the colour coordinated outfits make this set of photos worth mentioning. We love everything about it. Funky Dali, you’ve nailed it once again! Eunice: “We knew from day one that we weren’t going to play any videos at our wedding so we wanted our pre-wedding photos to tell a story. Plus we weren’t into the whole posing-for-hours-in-our-wedding-gear thing, especially not in our weather! “Funky Dali did an amazing job, coming up with the concept of breaking it all up into chapters that covered a little something about us as individuals and as a couple. They also managed to capture the whole he said/she said of how…