• Photo by Door Studio Korea. /www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Classic Fairytale Bridal Portraits

    With textured walls and floor to ceiling windows, this gilded ballroom reminiscent of Cinderella’s ball was perfect for these newlyweds’ bridal portraits. He was dashing in a black suit and bowtie, while she was absolutely beautiful in her ivory satin bridal gown. Truly the photos looked nothing short of a real life fairytale. Many thanks to Door Studio Korea for these.

  • Photo by Jaja Samaniego Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Destination Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Sweet And Romantic Bridal Portrait In South Korea

    Who could resist the modern architecture of downtown Seoul and the natural beauty that Nami Island has to offer? When it comes to bridal portraits, South Korea is a beautiful playground that’s just waiting to be explored. For these newlyweds’ bridal portraits, we especially love the contrast of the vine-covered cement walls, and that amazing wall of books! What a sight to behold! Thanks to Jaja Samaniego Photography for sending us this beautiful set of bridal portraits.

  • South Korea wedding photos. Josh Chong Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Destination Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    Fate Works In Mysterious Ways

    We like to believe that a lot of things in life are within our own control, yet it is the events beyond our control that make our stories so beautiful and worth sharing. Joshua Chong Photography: “It was my first trip to Seoul and also my first overseas pre-wedding shoot. Initially, we planned to be there when the cherry blossoms were at their peak but somehow luck was not on our side. The temperature dropped a tad too soon and by the time we arrived almost all of the cherry blossom had fallen off, leaving only barren trees.

  • Photo DIY Bridal Portraits In Seoul. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Ideas,  Inspirations

    A Bride’s Account Of Her DIY Bridal Portraits In Seoul

    Though we have been receiving quite a few DIY bridal portrait submissions lately, this is a good reminder that it’s not easy to pull off, and can be quite frustrating at times. One thing’s for certain: it’s about the journey, and the outcome is always immensely rewarding for the couple. This is a great read, especially if you’re planning to attempt your own DIY photoshoot, and don’t forget to head over to Jessica’s blog for more.