So you’ve picked a venue and found the dress – but what about a photographer to help you capture the perfect day? Tiffany Luk, Events Manager at Quintessentially Weddings, offers her insider tips to ensure your wedding is absolutely picture-perfect.
Pixta is an interactive photo-taking pod that lets guests instantly share images with social media platforms. It offers lots of customisation options, from wedding hashtags, to background graphics and filters, GIFs, and even a photo live stream so you can watch all your guests cut loose in real time.
Wedding photojournalist Chan Ki-chun has plenty of experience shooting both weddings and pre-wedding photos. Continue reading “KC Chan”
With a fun-loving yet intimate style, locally-based photographer Alexander Li is a popular choice among English speakers for his candid, photojournalistic-style shots. Continue reading “Alexander Hera”
Canadian-Chinese photographer Ron Yue has a firm interest in adventure photography, but also has a beautiful and thorough portfolio of Hong Kong wedddings on his site. Continue reading “Ron Yue”
For a one-stop wedding solution, check out wedding experts Hoolala. In addition to full wedding planning services, they can help to arrange photography and videography, hair and makeup, venue decoration, limo hire and entertainment. Continue reading “Hoolala Wedding Production”