While the world waits for the broadcast of the Royal Wedding, here are some suggestions made by lifestyle group Quintessentially for your wedding plans in Hong Kong.
The Wedding Dress:
We are all eager to find out which designer Kate will be wearing
on the big day. Find your own unique, show-stopping gown at one of these recommended boutiques.
Suite 3510, Edinburgh Tower, The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong
-Stocks designers from Monique L’Huillier, Vera Wang,
Badgley Mischka and Carolina Herrera. Book an appointment in
advance and receive the one-on-one fashion counsel.
Designer Bridal Room
FT 205, Grand Millenium Plaza, 181 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
– Perfect for the fashion conscious bride with a keen eye for
detailed couture and intricate designs, Designer Bridal Room offers Ellie Saab, Valentino,Karl Largerfeld and many more high-end designers.
1102 Wellington Place, 2-8 Wellington Street Central, Hong Kong
– Rather than merely creating a beautiful dress, Noel sews you a love story that can be kept and treasured for years to come.
The Memorable Wedding Gift:
Kate and William might not be in huge need of wedding gifts in the conventional sense, but note down these places to find that perfect gift for any newlywed couple.
Heather and March
110-111 Prince's Building, 10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
- Offering a large range of refined and unique home ware items, Heather
and March is ideal for finding a useful yet stylish present and also provide guests with a wedding registry.
No. 2 Sun Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong
– Ranging from exquisite champagne buckets, pitchers and trays from Aire Del Sur to hand painted vases from Italy, Sonja Norman is a treasure trove of special wedding gifts.
Most romantic wedding locations:
It might not be Westminster Abbey, but here in Hong Kong we
have some suitably romantic spots to say I do.
The Verandah – A long-standing romantic location in Hong Kong,
this magnificent colonial-inspired restaurant is undoubtedly a
memorable place to say your vows. The grand-staircase provides
the perfect photo platform for both couple and guests.
131 – Situated in a converted 3-storey house in Sai Kung, 131 is a
picturesque setting for a wedding. Surrounded by nature with a
view of the sea, this culinary spot is perfect for those who feel
they want to get away without leaving the city!
The Glass Chapel – If you have dreamed of getting married in a glass chapel but don’t want to stay in Hong Kong for your wedding, The Glass Chapel in Kowloon Tong is the ideal substitute. Located on a 10,000 s.f space, the chapel accommodates 100 people whilst the banquet hall can fit 200 guests. With trees and stars visible through the ceiling, this is a truly memorable spot to celebrate with friends and family.
Unique Gift Ideas:
Kate and William have received a slew of unusual gifts so far including an portrait by Sid Vicious, a cover of Stevie Wonder’s ‘You and I’ sung by George Michael and a herd of cows from South African airlines Kulula. Here's a list of slightly more achievable yet unusual wedding gifts.
Personalised wine collection
– Wine lovers? Why not help the newly wed couple to create their very own wine collection. Essential Fine Wines offers a wine wedding registry and
ensures that all wines will be delivered with full tasting notes and a personal message from the sender.If the couple don’t have an abundance of room at home, deliveries can be scheduled throughout the year.
Quintessentially Wine also offers a hand-crafted, personally-tailored service that gives you access to some of the world's finest, most covetable wines. Perfect for the couple who know their wines and are looking to add a special bottle to their collection www.quintessentiallywine.com.
Vero Lounge Chocolate Master Class
–This is the ultimate chocolate indulgence. Bride and groom will be able to explore
their skills as artisan chocolatiers in this 3-hour master class.
Served with free-flowing Prosecco, they will be able to create
their own delicious treats. Not to mention that chocolate is a
–The royal couple will be asking their guests to donate to their charity of
choice. Find out which cause the couple–to-be feel strongly aboutand arrange for donations to be made to that organisation.
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