• Kane.CY Photograph. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Bridal Portraits,  Love Stories

    A Tip of the Hat to a Couple’s Beautiful Dating History Through Bridal Portraits at Restoran Yong Len, TTDI

    It is incredibly special when couples cement the memories of a lifetime by shooting their bridal portraits at their favourite hangout. In this couple’s case, they got theirs done at Restoran Yong Len, where the bride’s parents run a hawker stall. Having known each other since secondary school, the ‘kopitiam’ was always one of their favourite dining locations. Locals familiar with this particular jewel of a food hub will attest to how special it is. Not only does it serve amazing local cuisine, but for these two, it also holds an incredible bank of unforgettable memories from their courtship years. We’re big fans of having your bridal portraits shot at…

  • Photo by Zach Chin of Munkeat Studio. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Love Stories,  Rustic,  Vintage

    Vintage Blush Pink Indoor Garden Wedding at Ciao Ristorante Kuala Lumpur

    This album gives us a glimpse into the beautiful couple’s heaven. We love the refreshing appeal of an indoor garden concept wedding at Ciao Ristorante in Kuala Lumpur, which included shades of green, earth, blush and champagne. They even included adorable succulents as door gifts for their guests! Thank you for these fantastic images, Zach Chin of MunKeat Studio.

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

    Modern Wedding with Tropical Touches at Gita Bayu

    We love the way this couple played up the invigorating tropical environment at Gita Bayu with modern touches. Aiming for an organic and effortless feel, they chose a rustic colour palette of iced coffee, orange, green and white for a modern inspired theme fused with calming tropical elements. Thanks, MunKeat Photography, for capturing this.

  • Photo by Fixer Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Engagement,  Garden,  Love Stories

    A Casual, Chic and Intimate Wedding at Tamarind Springs

    We love how these newlyweds changed things up – a doughnut wall instead of a floral arch, a hanging garden instead of lush tablescapes, and exchanging their vows in a little slice of forest within the city. The bride’s choice of wedding dress was on point too – chic and demure yet elegant. Thanks to Fixer Photography for capturing this beautiful set of photos!

  • Andrew Yep Photographie. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Love Stories,  Vintage,  Whimsical

    A Yellow and Grey Industrial DIY Wedding In Kuching

    This was a wedding of contrasts, as the venue was rustic with its exposed brick walls yet industrial with its steel staircase and high ceilinged warehouse interior. Strung with lights and set up in a combination of yellow and light grey, this wedding was literally brought together by the efforts of the bride and groom. Their DIY project brought them closer together and they made sure their wedding reflected their personalities and love story. We love the little details too: succulents in the bride’s bouquet, and the various decorative accents. Many thanks to Andrew Yep Photographie for capturing this beautiful wedding.

  • 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.

  • Photo by Ian Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Love Stories,  Rustic

    A Truly Unique Affair At Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, California

    Right from the start you know this couple is different because they did their own bridal portraits, and as it turned out, their wedding was equally unique. There was no wedding cake, no dance floor, and no guestbook for the guests to sign. Instead, they did just what they wanted, and it was lovely. Thanks, Ian Photography, for capturing their big day so well. The venue and setup were beautiful, and yes, they did it all by themselves.

  • Garden,  Love Stories

    Vintage Shabby Chic

    A lovely navy blue and orange vintage garden wedding that exuded warmth and was filled with DIY touches put together by family and friends. Having grown up together for seven years, Pearlyn and Rongzhao’s relationship has seen both the joys and pains of life. Read more about their courtship on their wedding website here and check out these lovely images by AndroidsinBoots. Pearlyn: “We wanted to keep things economical so we didn’t hire a wedding planner, but we did get help and advice from a wedding coordinator as well as from our friends. The décor contained elements of different aesthetics that we both like, shabby chic and vintage, and it…

  • Love Stories,  Whimsical

    Whimsical Celebration

    To be honest, when we first stumbled upon this set of photos, we didn’t realise that it was a wedding in Singapore. The flowers and colours used were so rare. The photography style of Ivan Tan definitely did its magic too – the images and emotions look so effortless yet real. It’s not often we get to see an Asian bridal couple actually relax and enjoy their wedding. We like it when the couple is involved in the décor because it seems as if their wedding is their first special project together. From the round green and purple paper lanterns, origami cranes and crepe paper flowers, to the pretty centerpieces,…