Her choice of motif, the color black, can be considered most unromantic, but it made a striking contrast to her cream-colored, royalty-inspired wedding gown designed by Rosalyn Lagdameo. Steph’s mother, jewelry designer Wynn Wynn Ong, meticulously designed the fairy tale-like crowns for the bride’s entourage. The reception at the Repulse Bay Hotel’s The Verandah was every bit as elegant as the wedding ceremony, with every table decorated with whimsical roses as centerpiece. The bride was escorted giggling down the aisle by her father to the theme from “The XX” surrounded by close friends and family. The night finished dancing to the moonlight with five different cakes for dessert.
Tiffany and Kevin celebrated their marriage with a beautifully intimate ceremony overlooking the the sea in Tai Tam. The ceremony was followed by a lavish wedding dinner served in a private romantic setting. They feasted on a bespoke menu surrounded by candlelight and sumptuous flower designs. The bride wore two different dresses and changed into a traditional Qipao Chinese dress in red, which she wore to dance along to the live band followed by the DJ.
Following a ceremony in the local church in St.Moritz village, Jennifer & Alexander’s 80 guests enjoyed a cocktail reception sunkissed in the fresh air of the Swiss Alps, followed by dinner on top of the mountain 2000m over sea. The Ski Chalet was decorated with a rustic look and feel. Lanterns illuminated the snow paths from the ski lift to the chalet, where a group of Alphorn musicians set the mood. The guests danced until the early hours of the morning.