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

    A Minimalist Chic Wedding With Pops Of Yellow At Eighty Seven Tanarimba

    Making full use of the venue with its amazing views, this couple tied the knot surrounded by friends, family and Mother Nature. We love the cool steel exterior set amidst the warmth of its surroundings, the use of fairy lights, the pops of colour from the wedding bouquet, and the ingenious idea of using bricks as flower stands. Congrats on yet another interesting setup, ZáHuoHang, and many thanks to Zach Chin of MunKeat Studio for this beautiful set of photos!

  • TRBAB Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Glamorous,  Love Stories,  Vintage

    A Vintage Glam Wedding at Jao Tim, Kuala Lumpur

    We’re smitten with the minimalist simplicity of this wedding that also managed to be glamorous and dramatic at the same time! Look at the high ceiling and exposed brick walls! These newlyweds didn’t need to do much but show up looking their best – and indeed, we love both of the bride’s looks, especially the high ponytail she paired with her second gown. Many thanks to TRBAN Photography for capturing such dreamy photos of this wedding!

  • The Wedding Notebook magazine issue 28
    Magazine

    The Wedding Notebook Magazine October 2019 – Issue 28

    Be it a glam or contemporary wedding, whether it’s held in a vintage loft somewhere in the countryside or outdoors at a destination far away, simplicity is the new norm. White flowers and lush greenery paired with muted or pastel shades seems to be the way to go, and it’s easy to see why. Intimate weddings that allow bridal couples to focus on the important details are also a favourite, with brides embracing minimalism even when it comes to their wedding gowns. Speaking of wedding gowns, don’t miss the hottest looks from Fall 2020, including bows and one-shoulder dresses. Meanwhile, a wedding photographer tied the knot with his sweetheart, and…

  • Decor by The Peak Xperience. WAF - Weddings.Arts.Fashion. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Ideas,  Inspirations

    Top 12 Wedding Trends from Marriott International x WAF

    Featuring many of the most sought after wedding professionals in Malaysia, Marriott International x WAF2019 was a delightful revelation of what we predict will be the wedding trends to look out for in 2020. #01 Hanging Installations From chandeliers and crystals to flowers and more, hanging installations, whether lush or minimalist, seem to be what it’s all about. The ‘Love Tunnel’ experience by Wishing Tree was mesmerising, proving that wedding décor is no longer one dimensional. The layering of mirrors and crystals left us breathless, and we can imagine this being an absolutely stunning entrance to your wedding space. This piece by Elisa Florals would make an excellent backdrop for…

  • Photo by Daren Chong Photography. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Contemporary,  Love Stories

    A Casual Garden Party Wedding at Glasshouse at Seputeh

    There’s no rule saying that your wedding party has to be a sit-down multi-course meal. We love how this couple opted for fairy lights and disco balls, a huge buffet spread, and free-flow alcohol to celebrate their union! Keeping it simple yet classic with green and white floral elements – mostly baby’s breath, ferns and big leafy greens – other decorative highlights included white steel metallic boxes, a fun tepee, and everyone’s bright happy smiles! It was a real celebration that was beautifully captured by Daren Chong Photography.

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

    An Ethereal Waterfall Ceremony At Kanching Falls, Rawang

    Who would’ve thought that a local “destination wedding” could turn out so beautiful? From the fact that they chose to have their ceremony literally at a waterfall, to not wearing shoes so that they could be at one with nature, it was evident that Hannah and Joshua’s wedding celebrations were going to be one of a kind. Seeing as their wedding venue was already so beautiful in its natural state, Hannah and Joshua kept things simple with earthy neutrals and greens as their colour palette, adding just wildflowers to the setting. Many thanks to Peter Herman Photography for sharing this interesting wedding with us.

  • Photo by Yong Hao Visual Moments. www.theweddingnotebook.com
    Contemporary,  Love Stories

    A Mother Nature Inspired Wedding In Kuching

    You can never go wrong with a nature themed wedding, simply because it is always classy and timeless. Also, couples tend to forget that they don’t have to spend extravagant amounts to get their dream wedding. Yan and Hua’s wedding was understated yet so beautiful, and having the perfect venue certainly helped. Because they enjoy nature so much, they decided to have lots of greenery incorporated into their theme, as well as personal touches in the form of DIY elements. A big thank you to Yong Hao Visual Moments for these stunning photos of the lovebirds!

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

    A Cool Geometric Silver Wedding At Metal Bees

    It’s not often that you’ll find a bride opting to wear an unconventional wedding gown, but this bride did, and she looked stunning in her sparkly silver wedding gown and chic hairdo. Save for the bridesmaids, who were in flowing silver dresses, guests were asked to come dressed in black. The cool starry backdrop, geometric decorative elements, sparkly disco lights and cool blue lighting all made for a very cool, very fun party to celebrate the union of two people. Many thanks to Peter Herman Photography for capturing the decorative aesthetics and creative styling by The Next Best Thing so well! Do check out also their fun filled bridal portraits;…

  • ZáHuoHang
    Flowers and Decor,  Malaysia

    ZáHuoHang

    Facebook ZáHuoHang / Instagram @zahuohang / Email zahuohang[at]gmail.com / Contact Number +6010 972 3537 (Joshua) ZaHuoHang, translated in English as grocery store, was inspired by Malaya’s colonial era way back in the 1900’s, when Chinese settlers opened little shops that sold a huge variety of household and decorative items. A lifestyle concept store that combines nostalgic items with beautiful art and design, the founders of ZaHuoHang seek to share not just the items themselves, but also the unique stories behind each piece. By integrating the past with the present, they hope to evoke forgotten memories even as they help you to create new ones. >