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    Garden,  Glamorous,  Love Stories,  Traditional

    A Majestic Floral Cliff Top Wedding At Khayangan Estate, Uluwatu

    Almost as if it were straight out of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, this beautiful wedding had one defining element: flowers and botanicals – everywhere! Orchids were a particular favourite, as it held significant meaning for the bridal couple, and they covered everything from the decorations, invitations, and favours to even the lace cape of the bride’s evening gown. We’re also loving the bride’s dress, which was custom made by Yefta Gunawan, one of Indonesia’s leading bridal designers. The bride and groom exchanged their vows amidst a truly stunning décor of white rose petals and hanging roses, which created a ceiling over the intimate and serene space with its breathtaking cliff…

  • Love Stories,  Traditional

    Classic Elegance

    We are always captivated by how majestic churches in the Philippines are. Walking through those grand entrances and down the aisles must be every little girl’s dream. When it was her turn, Larae looked effortlessly elegant in her Monique Lhuillier long trail gown and cathedral veil. The couple chose a season-less neutral palette, and we love how thoughtful they were to personalise gifts for each member of their bridal party, right down to the little ones. We can imagine how cool it must have been for each of the guests to get a flipbook from the photobooth, and how amazing the after party was, where the older guests danced to…

  • Garden,  Love Stories

    Childhood Sweethearts Marry After 23 Years Apart

    This is definitely not a story you hear every day. While puppy love often fades, it didn’t for Sarah Ho and Wilson Ng, who tied the knot at The Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, more than 20 years after they first met as children. Sarah formerly a designer at Paul Smith and Cath Kidston told the Hong Kong South China Morning Post, “Our mums were best friends and when they met, all the kids used to play together. I remember clearly that Wilson was my partner for this silly game we used to play. When his family left for America, I refused to partner up with any other boy. In fact,…