Chui Tienyou, a member of Cantonese pop duo, “Shine” and Olive Wong were classmates back in high school. After they graduated, Chui started his singing career and Olive pursued her study in America. 8 years ago when Tienyou encountered a setback in his career, Olive was there to support him. It was then that they fell in love with each other. On November 18th, the couple tied the knot and held a romantic, fresh garden wedding making their love official. Let’s get inspired by their wedding and take a look at their vendor list below!
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Venue: The traditional Chinese tea ceremony was held in InterContinental Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon, Hong Kong. Afterwards, they moved to a more avant-garde venue, the Felix Restaurant in The Peninsula Hong Kong to have register their marriage. At night they went back to the InterContinental Hotel to celebrate their wedding.
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Wedding Planner: The couple had a garden theme for their wedding, the same theme they had as their wedding photos.Their big day was organised by “Bliss and Buzz - The Event Atelier.” The entrance to the banquet hall was covered with lots of green and white flowers, giving a natural and fresh impression.
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Dresses & Bridal Wear: Olive’s wedding dress was a simple yet elegant piece from Rosa Clará Two by Rosa Clará 2015 collection. The dress, named “Río,” was a gorgeous simple mikado dress that featured an ivory beaded lace belt around on her waist. Two ribbons were also tied on the back bringing out her natural femininity. Later, she changed into another ivory embroidered mermaid gown that was styled with an elegant ballerina bun.
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Jewellery: Olive wore the 2-carat diamond wedding ring that her husband gave her during the proposal. Her yellow diamond earrings were designed by her friend.
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Groom’s attire: Usually, in Chinese tradition, the groom wears a traditional Chinese wedding attire to attend the tea ceremony. But Tienyou chose a wine-coloured velour tuxedo from a U.K. bespoke men's tailor and menswear brand, “Gieves & Hawkes.” For the marriage registration ceremony, he was wearing a tailor-made light grey suit from Hong Kong’s “Per Suit,” matched with a light blue tie and a small pocket square. He changed to a black tuxedo from the same brand to attend the wedding banquet, going for a more classic look.
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Wedding Invitations: The invitation design was created by wedding stationary boutique, “A Little Love Story.” The design featured ivory and white color tones, incorporating a few floral elements. Vines and roses surrounding the couple’s name was printed on the front of the invitation, along with a green ribbons and dried flowers. The invitations were designed to match the theme of their wedding.
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Photography: For photography, they hired Tanarak Photography and Martin Aesthetics from Hong Kong. Tanarak won several awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association and Martin is a renowned photographer who specialised in documentary, commercial and wedding photography.
Photo Credit: Martin Aesthetics, Facebook@Tanarak Photography