“Something old, something new, something borrowed…”
Wearing something blue is a representation of love, purity and fidelity. Although traditionally incorporated in the form of a garter, there are a number of creative and tasteful ways for brides to sport something blue on their special day. In Chinese cultures however, certain shades of blue are typically worn during mourning periods and therefore considered less auspicious.
The colour black is not often associated with weddings, but when used strategically, it is a great way to create a chic and unique ambience…perfect for a bold couple that loves to stand out! See below for a selection of our favourite ways to incorporate black into your wedding.
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If you’re looking for the perfect wedding cake, Ms B’s Cakery might be the answer to your prayers! This Hong Kong based three-time-award-winning cakery was founded by entrepreneur and fashion icon Bonnae Gokson – so naturally, Ms B’s Cakery creations are chic as well as delicious! Featuring hand-spun sugar flowers and trademark butterflies, Ms B’s uses only the finest and freshest ingredients to ensure their cakes taste as good as they look.
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Naked cakes are a great option for a beautiful and modern wedding cake that does not compromise on taste! They are at their most decadent when dusted with powdered sugar and studded with berries, or adorned with fresh blooms. Here are some of our favourite naked wedding cakes…
When done correctly, soft romantic drapery can magically transform any venue into a dream wedding. Whether you are creating a dramatic entrance or cleverly using it to block unsightly fixtures, soft billowing drapery can be a great way to make an impact, adding the extra depth and finesse to your wedding day décor.
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