• Photo by Savour Productions. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Inspirations,  Themes

    Escape from Chaos to Tranquility

    Sometimes it’s best to just get away from the hustle and bustle of a crowded city and find some peace and quiet. Who knew such a space even existed in a densely populated urban landscape like Hong Kong’s? With the emerald green waters and panoramic view of the mountains and coastlines serving as the picture perfect backdrop, the rose quartz dress with its floral embellishments certainly stood out to create a gorgeously dreamy bridal portrait. Many thanks to King Law of Savour Productions for this beautifully styled bridal shoot.

  • Photo by Maxtu Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Destination Weddings,  Garden,  Love Stories

    A Rustic Chic Wedding At Khayangan Estate, Uluwatu

    Keep your destination wedding simple – get a local planner to help you with the groundwork so you can have a fuss-free, enjoyable wedding with your loved ones. It’s no surprise that Khayangan Estate is one of the most popular destination wedding venues in Uluwatu, Bali. Comprising five villas with different themes for guests to choose from, brides are spoilt for choice. Thank you, Maxtu Photography, for sending us this lovely set.

  • Photo by Joshua of The Beautiful Moment Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Love Stories,  Rustic

    Rustic Wedding At Marmalade Pantry At The Stables

    There is something special and beautiful about this entire wedding. Thanks, Joshua of The Beautiful Moment Photography and Studiokel Photography by Kelly Fan, for sending us this lovely set of pictures. “Everyone just had the best time catching up and dancing to some awesome music,” said Vanessa of her simple, rustic themed wedding. “The fact that we still have friends telling us that it was the best wedding they’ve attended makes us smile.

  • Contemporary,  Love Stories

    60s Style Glam

    This contemporary young couple in Shenzhen were determined to go against conventional wedding trends. For the gatecrashing ceremony, the bride wore a short, retro dress and a birdcage veil. She kept the guest list relatively small, turning the rooftop of The Langham Hotel into a romantic garden for their wedding, which was followed by an after party. From these photos that were beautifully captured by Chris Spira, one thing’s for sure: Vien and Michael look like they thoroughly enjoyed their big day. Weddings like this one are what we hope to see more.

  • Love Stories,  Rustic

    Lets Grow Old Together

    We believe guests should always leave a wedding celebration knowing a little more about the couple and appreciating the love they have for each other. That’s why we were thrilled when we stumbled upon Sarah and Justin’s wedding. Everything they liked and loved were included in the celebrations, from their love of tea cups to their background in performing arts. The wedding took place on a farm in Melbourne, with a mixed wedding theme of Enid Blyton’s children’s books meets “The Great Gatsby” meets the 1950s. The bride knew exactly the dress she wanted, a 2009 Giambattista Valli creation, but since it was no longer sold in stores she had…