• Photo by Memoir Click Studio. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Contemporary,  Love Stories,  Vintage

    Industrial Aviation-themed Wedding at Whup Whup

    On the lookout for a rustic-esque-industrial ambience, Whup Whup came perfectly in line with their expectations. “Since we are both in the aviation industry as pilot and flight attendant, we decided to include that as a theme in our wedding. And since it was the week of Christmas, we spiced things up with some Christmas touch to it,” the bride shares. “I’m really thankful to my groom for his every effort in our wedding. He did almost everything! He built the wedding arch, the backdrop, collected the trolley carts from airport, folded the paper planes, liased with all the vendors etc. As I’m based in Dubai, it was really hard…

  • Photo by Memoir Click Studio Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Contemporary,  Love Stories,  Rustic

    A Burgundy Chic Rooftop Garden Wedding in Muar, Johor

    A garden on the roof? Bringing the outside indoors? Thanks to these ingenious ways of creating her dream wedding, this bride’s rustic garden celebration was beautifully adorned with green ferns, wildflowers, and floral elements in deep, rich colours. It was a beautiful contrast to the brick wall, glasshouse, and wood and steel elements that were part of the venue. These beautiful shots were captured by AlbertG of MCS Wedding Gallery; thanks for sharing!

  • Magazine

    The Wedding Notebook Magazine April 2018 – Issue 22

    From a Twilight-inspired wedding in the forest to the rooftop of a boutique hotel, the sky is indeed the limit when it comes to wedding venues, and we are loving the hidden gems that we have discovered in the heart of the city. This issue, enjoy wedding themes such as rustic chic and romantic elegance, complete with Insta-worthy details and backdrops that will surely get you (and your guests) all excited. If that isn’t enough to wow you, the Spring 2019 bridal collections have also been unveiled, and we think all you chic, minimalist brides out there are going to love these gowns. Last but not least, we have a…

  • Photo by Memoir Click Studio. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Ideas,  Inspirations

    Of Romance and Dreamy Lace

    You don’t really need to travel far for your bridal portraits; this styled shoot is a perfect example of how a great photographer makes a lot of difference, particularly if you’re shooting somewhere local. The Silhouette Collection is an off-the-rack collection by The Bliss Chamber that is simple, timeless yet alluring. From dreamy lace overlays to elaborate ruffled designs, this collection caters to all styles and tastes. Thanks for sending this over, Memoir Click Studio!

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    Garden,  Love Stories

    A Yellow And White DIY Backyard Wedding

    Pops of yellow immediately add happy cheer to any celebration, and a wedding is nothing if not a joyful party. We love the attention to detail in this sweet, intimate ROM ceremony in the couple’s backyard of their holiday home – from the gorgeous fresh flowers to the varying textures of white décor elements. Many thanks to Memoir Click Studio for snapping this joyful set of wedding photos!

  • Photo by Peter Herman Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Garden,  Love Stories

    A DIY Vintage Garden Wedding At Cameron Highlands

    While most people wouldn’t think to have their destination wedding at Cameron Highlands, most of us agree that having an outdoor garden wedding in KL could potentially be quite uncomfortable for everyone! Combining Mother Nature with the talent and artistry of their friends, this couple DIY-ed a beautiful, intimate and cosy space in which to say “I do”. Thanks to Peter Herman Photography for capturing these special moments.

  • Magazine

    The Wedding Notebook Magazine April 2016 – Issue 14

    Whether it’s booking up an entire boutique hotel to house all your guests or having a steamboat party up in the highlands, we love how cosy and fun weddings are becoming these days. Meanwhile, destination bridal portraits are still as popular as ever, with some truly adventurous couples heading out to cold, uncharted territory. {If you have problem viewing, please click here}

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    Engagement,  Love Stories

    A Rustic Vintage ROM in Muar, Johor

    We love the intimacy of having just a small group of friends and family to witness the important milestone of a Registration Of Marriage (ROM). The warmth and simplicity of this bride and groom’s celebration stem from the woodsy accents of the furniture, and the wonderful pops of colour from the flowers and décor. Thank you to Albert G. of Memoir Click Studio for sending us this wonderful set of photos.

  • Photo by Memoir Click Studio. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Love Stories,  Vintage

    A Retro 1960s-Inspired Backyard Wedding

    The best thing about having a DIY wedding is that no matter what, it becomes very closely personalised to your own style and story. This couple was no exception, from involving their friends and family in the process to rummaging through their parents’ old knick-knacks. (They found some real gems!) We loved the relaxed vibe and casual décor, complete with the loving smiles of the newlyweds and their guests. Thanks to Memoir Click Studio for this pretty set of photos.

  • 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…

  • Inspirations,  Themes

    Shanghai-Themed Wedding Reception

    Traditional wedding with a modern twist. Thanks, Memoir Click Studio for capturing these photos and sharing it with us. Jiayi: “We wanted something fancy that we wouldn’t normally get from hotels in Singapore, and we wanted to merge traditional Chinese with the modern, funky or retro themes of our younger generation, so we went with a Shanghai theme of deep luscious red, roses, lavish pearls, push carts and bright light bulbs. It was a marriage of a more youthful theme with the traditional requirements such as tons of auspicious red, traditional gift baskets, bedroom slippers and wedding favours. The venue was able to accommodate large amounts of people and the…