With gowns by Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Francesca Pitera at Jim Hjelm (pictured) and Junko Yoshioka, you can be sure that dresses from Trinity Bridal will be absolutely divine–and with a high price tag to match. Continue reading “Trinity Bridal”
Your wedding will reach new heights at the Ritz-Carlton, one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious hotels.
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This Hong Kong-based chocolatier specializes in freshly made artisan chocolate in innovative flavors such as basil and lemon, sesame and dark ginger. It is known for its collaboration with local chefs and the brand is currently stocked in Lane Crawford’s chocolate lounge in IFC Mall. It also offers a service where you can create personalized chocolates as wedding favors to your guests. Favorites include the traditional Chinese “double happiness” symbol or the name of the bride and groom. Contact them through the website: www.verochocolates.com
Ladies, if you’re getting married and are a) short b) stylish or c) don’t mind standing all day in a pair of killer heels, then you’ll be delighted to learn that Christian Louboutin himself has launched a bridal collection. What’s more, following the old maxim “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”, there’s a gorgeous baby blue insert on the inside of the shoe. Perhaps you could borrow your friend’s old pair and cover three bases at once. Available exclusively from the Christian Louboutin On Lan Street boutique.
7 On Lan St., Central, 2118-0016
Originally from California, these beautiful, award-winning letterpress invitations are exclusively available from wedding planners The Wedding Company. Continue reading “Elum Designs”
For the ultimate designer gown, visit Designer Bridal Room. Established in 2006, It stocks gowns from a range of exclusive designers including Karl Lagerfeld, Valentino, Christian Lacroix, Annasul Y, Elie Saab, Manuel Mota, Pronovias (pictured) and Rosa Clara. Continue reading “Designer Bridal Room”
Having produced exquisite engagement jewelry since 1873, New York’s most famous jeweler and its ubiquitous little blue box is the ultimate way to show your lady that you’re serious about your intentions. Their website allows you to search for your idea cut and stone setting, allowing you to preview the rings before going into the shop to make a purchase. And to reassure the environmentally aware, Tiffany rings are ethically and sustainably sourced. There are currently nine Tiffany outlets in Hong Kong, including Elements (2196-8500), Sun Plaza DFS (230-268-88), The Peninsula (2722-7691), Chinachem Plaza (2311-3813), IFC (2234-7163), The Landmark (2845-9853), Pacific Place (2918-9992), Sogo (2575-4263) and Hong Kong International Airport departure lounge (2261-0800).
This wedding planning company was established in 2003 by Michele Li and Caroline Shaw, whose combined knowledge in catering, floral arrangements, event management and gemology mean that they know the ins and outs of wedding planning, from helping grooms pick a ring to organization on the day itself. With the ability to organize a full range of services, The Wedding Company’s aim is to save you time and leave you free to enjoy your wedding without stressing over the details.
10/F, Ming Fat Building, 74 Wellington St., Central, 2869-4222, email@example.com, www.theweddingco.hk