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Hong Kong Tatler Weddings

Hong Kong Tatler Weddings Dec - Issue 13

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.

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Hong Kong SAR China
语言:
English
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Tatler Asia Limited
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in full bloom

They were in the Japanese city of Fukuoka in March when Frankie Tsang, of fashion retailer EJA Group and Fuji Seafood restaurant, decided to pop the question. He and Yvonne Kung had been dating for nearly three years, but somehow the proposal didn’t quite go as planned. “I kind of ruined the moment when Frankie kneeled down to propose. I honestly thought he had a foot cramp and kept asking if he was OK, and telling him to stand back up,” says Yvonne. When it came to the big day though, everything was coming up roses—well, not just roses. Yvonne, who works for the family jewellery business Julico and is founder of Rococo Flowers, knew her guests would expect something pretty special in the floral arrangements department. And there was added…

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feel the force

Ravi, an executive producer at CNN, met Alice when she moved from London to join the television news network in Hong Kong. They soon discovered a mutual love for sciencefiction, which provided a great plot twist for their wedding celebrations in England and Hong Kong. The down-to-earth couple were married in an intimate ceremony at the bride’s hometown in Kent, with a small guest list of 70 people. A month later, they hosted part two of the celebrations, a huge cocktail party, in Hong Kong. Alice & Ravi WHEN August 20, 2016 and September 15, 2016 WHERE The Marquis at Alkham and Crystal Ballroom, Holiday Inn Golden Mile The couple tied the knot on a beautiful summer’s day at the 11th-century St Nicholas Church in Barfreston, while the reception dinner was held in the…

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a cut above

So the search is over and you’ve found Mr Right. Now for the next big decision: the diamond engagement ring. The round brilliant is a popular choice—in fact, it accounts for some three-quarters of diamonds sold worldwide. Or you could try the fancy cut, meaning anything other than the round brilliant. The squarish princess and elegant emerald are probably best known, but there’s a whole glittering world of cuts out there to explore, and they’re not just for diamonds. 1 Asscher The Asscher cut has a royal history and an arresting interior, so there is nowhere for imperfections to hide. There are actually two Asscher cuts—the original created in 1902 and the Royal Asscher cut, which has a higher crown and more facets. The Asscher cut is patented by Royal Asscher but…

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something borrowed

How much should a groom spend on an engagement ring? The commonly quoted figure is two months’ salary but whether it’s more or less, the amount should indicate a groom’s commitment to his bride. Does it have to be diamonds? They are the convention for engagement rings but other stones such as sapphires (see Kate Middleton) are perfectly acceptable and can be more imaginative. The shape of the bride’s hand should also be considered—and her taste. Yellow gold used to be the standard setting; white gold, platinum and even rose gold are worn these days. Can I have two engagement rings? If an engagement ring is extremely precious or large and difficult to wear, some women have a second one for everyday wear. Which finger should I wear it on? This varies around the world. In England,…

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it’s the little things

Shot on location at the Presidential Suite, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong HAIR: TRISTAN WAI-KONG; MAKE UP: MEGUMI SEKINE USING NARS COSMETICS; MANICURE: PINKY HO AT EVER NAIL; MODEL: LILITH AT MODEL ONE; STYLIST’S ASSISTANT: SPENCER LEUNG…

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modern classics

Viktor and Rolf The news that avant-garde French fashion house Viktor & Rolf is partnering with celebrated wedding dress designer Justin Alexander to launch a full bridal collection this season has delighted brides-to-be and annoyed any recently married women out there. Probably because they’re missing out on the full satin and tulle skirts, open backs adorned with mega bows, silk and tulle floral appliqués and Grecian capes that show off Viktor & Rolf’s achingly cool ability to combine old-fashioned couture techniques with conceptual flair. viktor-rolf.com Carolina Herrera When Carolina Herrera presented her debut collection in 1981, she finished with a wedding dress. Thirty-five years on, the Venezuelan-American designer is committed to creating some of the most beautiful bridal wear out there. The recent collection is notable for a number of stand-out pieces, in…