If you’re a low-key bride who’s into mixology, the new Kwoon canned cocktails might be up your alley. Made by the bartenders at The Woods mixology bar in Central, these convenient mixed drinks mean you can enjoy a fresh tipple no matter where your wedding takes place – on a boat, on a beach, or on a campground. Expect a few signature concoctions from The Woods menu, like the High Tea (gin and chrysanthemum) or the dark rum and ginger Madam Ching. Ask about the customisation option, which allows you to cover the cans in personalised messages, wedding colours or meaningful artwork.
This one’s for the guys: Hong Kong-based accessories brand Novel recently introduced a line of beautiful, handcrafted pocket squares. Dubbed Pocket Art, these silk beauties take inspiration from butterflies – each designed by a different artist for a unique flair. It takes roughly 35 hours to make each pocket square, resulting in a handsome keepsake that’s perfect for the big day.
Forget poofy shoulders and overwhelming tulle. From Hong Kong bridal designer Vivian Luk comes Little Miss Luk, a sophisticated new flower girl collection that embraces contemporary aesthetics, minimalist cuts and soft colours. “I envision little girls in dresses that are bold and make a statement yet also look very clean and simple,” says Luk, of her inspiration. In these cute-as-a-button getups, your flower girls will be the best dressed at the party.
Your girls will forever remember you as the world’s best bride if you turn to online gown shop TH&TH for their ensembles. Launched just last year, the brand’s ready-to-wear collection features elegant yet affordable gowns in lush fabrics and modern colours. The debut collection borrowed inspiration from the English countryside, featuring a blush and blue palette, pretty scalloped lace, plunging backs and delicate details. Prices start at around 150 pounds for a dress, making it an affordable treat.
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.
If you need a beautiful–or even quirky–pair of wedding shoes, then check out Something Thine, a creative company that offers tailor-made wedding shoes and other accessories. Continue reading “Something Thine”