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Hong Kong Tatler Weddings

Hong Kong Tatler Weddings April 2016

Hong Kong Tatler Weddings features Asia’s most spectacular weddings, Hong Kong’s best wedding planners, banquet venues and much more. Whether you’re getting hitched in Hong Kong or planning a destination wedding, this annual publication is the only guide you’ll need.

国家:
Hong Kong SAR China
语言:
English
出版商:
Tatler Asia Limited
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desert blossom

This trio of weddings in Hong Kong, Thailand and South Korea range from the traditional to the fairy tale—with plenty of surprises “IT WASN’T LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT, but it surely felt like a fairy tale.” That’s the quote that adorned the backdrop (along with illustrations of camels) at the Hong Kong cocktail reception preceding Maya Lin and Alex Pei’s wedding in Koh Samui, Thailand. Why camels? It was during a two-hour camel ride while on holiday in Morocco that Alex popped the question—eight years after the couple met and started dating while studying for their MBAs at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. During the cocktail reception, held in the Harbour View Ballroom of the Four Seasons Hotel, Maya’s mother, Jacqueline PC Leung, and Alex’s parents made heartfelt speeches…

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cinderella story

THE NEW YEAR STARTED on a very high note for Wendy Law and Will Lam indeed, as they tied the knot at a lavish wedding reception in the Grand Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. Planned with the help of Wendy’s good friend Amanda Lui, the celebration went off without a hitch. The modern-day Cinderella theme saw the opulent venue decorated like the fairy tale, from the castle figure atop the wedding cake to the carriage that decorated the entranceway, and to the performance from The Nutcracker. Will’s father, Lam Foo-wah, designed the menu, which featured a range of Chinese delicacies, and guests sipped Château Lynch-Bages from the private collection of Wendy’s father, Law Kar-po. The signs were that Wendy and Will, who had been dating for about 18 months…

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love conquers all

ANGELINA YAO AND HOWARD CHU were on quite the roller coaster in the months leading up to their wedding day. But it was only fitting, as the pair first met at Ocean Park’s Halloween Fest in 2012 through a mutual friend. “My first impression was that Howard was sincere and had a goofy sense of humour,” recalls Angelina, a mutual-fund portfolio manager who recently started her own company, Heels & Yield. A love of tennis and a subsequent injury brought the two closer together. During a double’s match, Angelina fell and injured her back. Howard, a debt syndicate banker at JP Morgan, accompanied her to the doctor’s appointments. “Even on the toughest days, when I was a stock fund manager at BlackRock and feeling constant back pain from the tennis injury,…