• Garden,  Love Stories

    Garden Grandeur

    High school sweethearts who are finally tying the knot – this is the type of story that will make people believe in love once again. Watching them exchange vows moved their guests to tears. It was a simple ceremony and reception at a venue with a picturesque view. They DIY-ed most of their stationery, and even gave out homemade cranberry dark chocolate and pistachio treats as wedding favours. It is personal touches like this that make this wedding all the more beautiful. Thanks, Sayher, for sending over this lovely story. Cheang Kee: “Some of the most unforgettable moments were seeing the bride walk down the aisle, us tying the knot…

  • Love Stories,  Rustic

    A Rustic Travel Themed Reception At Janda Baik

    This bride didn’t want fresh flowers at all because she wanted something special and long-lasting, so she DIY-ed her own bridal bouquet and the groom’s corsage. For the rest of the décor, Bliss & Glitz conceptualised a travel theme for the couple since they travel a lot together, combining it with the rustic feel that the bride wanted. Thanks, Memoir Click Studio, for sharing this awesome shoot with us. Sharon: “The most memorable moment for me was when we exchanged our vows in front of all the guests. After 11 years together, through thick and thin, we have finally come to a new chapter of life. My emotions peaked and…

  • Magazine

    The Wedding Notebook Magazine July 2014 – issue 07

    This issue, we celebrate all things fashion, right down to the smallest details. From bridal trends and fashionable brides to styled shoots, you’ll love our many pages of beautiful outdoor weddings, including at a vineyard, in a stunning courtyard, and an al-fresco dining reception. Also featured are bridal portraits in Japan and a special section on picturesque Kyoto. {If you have problem viewing, please click here}

  • Honeymoon,  Inspirations

    Romantic Kyoto Honeymoon

    Kyoto is possibly one of the most romantic places in the world, filled with countless temples, gardens and castles, with so many picturesque places that it can be difficult to know where to go. Here is a short three-day itinerary for Kyoto, travelling from Tokyo by Hikari Shinkansen train. For transportation within Kyoto for this particular itinerary, a day pass isn’t recommended because getting to the places on the itinerary require different train and bus lines. Kyoto is very touristy. The bad thing about it is the food and souvenirs will be a bit pricey compared to Tokyo, but the great thing is it is actually really organised, well equipped…

  • Ideas,  Inspirations

    Korean Style Wedding Photography

    We cannot deny that K-drama has done a lot for South Korea, especially the country’s tourism and how couples are flying to Seoul for their bridal portraits. This is a dreamy styled shoot send to us by Ti-amo Korea Wedding Photography, and we’re sure you’ll agree that the photos look like snapshots from a Korean movie! Find out more in our magazine, where Ti-amo sheds some light on the Korean style of wedding photography. Photo courtesy of Ti-amo Korea Wedding Photography / Photography and Bridal Gowns by Obra Maestra {Read more about this in the magazine}

  • Ideas,  Inspirations

    In The Mood For Love

    We are extremely in love with this styled shoot. Great location matched with perfect lighting. Read more about the preparation and inspiration behind it in the magazine. Congratulations, Threebox Studio, on such a beautiful set of photos.

  • Destination Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    La Dolce Vita

    A trendy couple from Indonesia shows us how to dress and pose like models in a magazine fashion spread. We love her curls and her black ball gowns! Of course, Venice and Switzerland were also perfect locations. Thanks, All Season, for sending us such a stylish set. YANI & ERIC {Europe} Photography by Rio Yapari of All Season – Photo / Location Venice and Switzerland {Read more about this in the magazine}

  • Garden,  Love Stories

    Woodland Wonderland

    The stunning venue – a rustic garden with a chandelier – left us in a dreamy wonderland. Add to that a chilled evening filled with music, dance and laughter under the stars, and we are left wondering what could possibly top this wedding. Between the Alexander McQueen heels for the bride and the Fairuz Ramdan suit for the groom, you know this duo has great taste. Funky Dali: “One of the most memorable moments was when the bride and groom were exchanging their vows. Clearly emotional, the groom said, “I promise to be nice to you, I promise to love you and I promise… I will bring you to Paris.”…