Lavish Hong Kong Wedding
This lavish wedding was hosted at the Intercontinental Hotel in Hong Kong and was one to remember! The wedding included a modern touch on wedding traditions! For the traditional Chinese ceremony, the bride wore a Qun Gua which means long skirt and top coat. It is the traditional two-piece wedding dress in Hong Kong and symbolizes an abundance of children. In Hong Kong, the wedding dress also represents the family’s wealth and reputation so it is a must for the bride to wear the most luxurious dresses on her wedding day. The bride wore an embellished red and gold Qun Gua as well as a lavish custom Naama and Anat dress. Both dresses represented her family beautifully for her culture’s beliefs.
The entrance to the reception included a lavish floral arch around the doorway. It included lavender and pink tones with white florals and greenery to make the colors pop! The lavender florals matched the bridesmaid’s dresses for a cohesive look! The interior of the reception included an all-white look that was highlighted by gold tones. Yannie and Dexter’s names were written in gold at the front of the room creating a dramatic look. This lavish white and gold design complimented Yannie’s dress and looked like if it was designed just for it! Yannie’s dress was a lace mermaid style dress with an open back. For an extra touch, a cape was attached to the shoulders of the dress.
With every detail coming together it turned out to be a lavish wedding for the newlywed Mr and Mrs.
Thank you to the vendors!
Photography: Kenn Photographic Arts | Wedding Gown Designer: Naama & Anat Haute Couture | Bridal Salon: Lovefayette Bridal Room Hong Kong | Venue: Intercontinental Hotel Hong Kong | Decor: T & M Decoration