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Oriental Culture

May 01, 2020

For couples who have an affinity to their Oriental ancestry, culture and tradition can also be incorporated into their pre-wedding shoot.

A beautiful setting
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Liang Yuan Enterprise

Flowers by Faye's Florist & Gits with makeup by Beauty Haven
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Liang Yuan Enterprise

Attire and umbrella by Liang Yuan Enterprise
Photo courtesy of NWorks Photography

Flowers by Nook Flowers
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Liang Yuan Enterprise

Look into the following components :

  • Traditional wedding attire, their variety and their significance.
  • Hair and makeup to complement the wedding attire.
  • Flowers to complete the ‘look’.
  • Complementary accessories and props.
  • A location that characterises Chinese elements.
  • A photographer with an artistic vision and creative eye.

Hair accessory by Evangeline Craft and styling by Beauty Haven
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Liang Yuan Enterprise

Hair accessory by Liang Yuan Enterprise
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Beauty Haven

Flowers by Ninety Seconds Florist Studio and attire by Liang Yuan Enterprise
Photo by NWorks Photography

Hair and makeup by Beauty Haven
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Liang Yuan Enterprise

And for those who may need some assistance in learning about and understanding these cultural and traditional practices, be in touch with a wedding culture consultant whose experience and expertise can guide you as you make plans for your big day.

Flowers by Hua Bar Floral Design
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Liang Yuan Enterprise

Makeup by Beauty Haven
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Liang Yuan Enterprise

Accessories and props by Liang Yuan Enterprise
Photo by Nworks Photography, courtesy of Beauty Haven

 

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