For couples looking to combine a pre-wedding photo shoot with a weekend in Phuket (or Hong Kong!), look no further than Alison Mayfield, Phuket’s newest and most talented wedding photographer. Hailing from the prestigious Christian Oth studio in New York and highly regarded in her own right, Alison has been quietly setting up shop in Phuket for weddings, events and photo shoots.
Alison will be in Hong Kong from June 25 – 27 and will be available for consultations, wedding shoots or pre-wedding shoots right here in Hong Kong. Its a great opportunity to meet her to see if she’s a right match for you or to book her for your pre-wedding shoot. Trust us, she’s amazing!
Call +852 2869 4222 to book your appointment with her!
Alison’s website is www.alisonmayfield.com
We have been busy preparing for year-end weddings, working with florists and coming up with various mood boards and colour palettes for our couples. Whilst strong shades of purples and fuschia are not for everyone, we do love it sometimes for its bold and bright feel especially for an indoor wedding. Whether its mixed into one arrangement or split into different colour groupings for a more contemporary look (and of course, always paired with candlelight!) it can be very warm and engaging for the right event.
Phalaenopsis orchids can be very dramatic but definitely needs a skilled florist!
So happy this evening with the arrival of a big stack of books from Amazon which we had almost forgotten about! From The Knot’s “Ultimate Wedding Lookbook” to Sasha Souza’s book on wedding design, we will be spending hours devouring all these new reads to pick up some tips to better serve our brides!
Seemingly, in a blink of an eye, we have just passed 101 posts on our blog, not bad for something that we slip in between appointments, checking schedules and seeing clients! We have had so much fun with it these past 18 months and hope you have enjoyed reading it as well.
Let us know which posts you liked and what you want to see more (or less!) of and we will do our best to comply!
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Having just come back from a trip to Beijing, we were very much inspired by the beautiful symbolism and history of the Peony. As the traditional flower symbol of China, Peonies have had a recorded history in China dating back to the reign of the Emperor Yang (605-617) of the Sui dynasty. Known as the ‘King of Flowers’, peonies are associated with riches, honor and nobility and regarded as an omen of prosperity and a happy marriage with its round and generous blossoms.
All above images from Martha Stewart Weddings
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