Horoscope: A Star In Every Bride

Posted on : 17 July 2017 | There are no comments yet | Articles
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Between saying "yes" to the proposal and “I do” to the vows, the most arduous process is the wedding planning. A bride needs all the help she can get! But things can get a little sticky if her personality gets in the way of her reasoning.   Here’s a little head up for all grooms-to-be, we hope this guide gives you some insights to your bride’s horoscope and the sort of help that you could possibly give her to ease the process of wedding planning.   Aries (March 21 – April 19) Strength: Confident, Bold Weakness:...

Aiistory Chapter 7: Dark Romance

Posted on : 04 July 2017 | There are no comments yet | Aiistory
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  There is darkness to every light, shadows following out of sight. A never-ending connection. Love between two people is no different. Like shadows trailing behind wherever there’s light, marriage is a special bond in continually being by each other’s sides in both good and dark times alike. However, much as exploring darker aspects of Gothic Romance is becoming trendier in these current times, it is still a theme that is not widely accepted by brides in general, especially for the typical asian bride today.   Photo...

Looking after your feet: Bridal Flats Inspiration

Posted on : 03 July 2017 | There are no comments yet | Articles
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  Finding that ideal pair of shoes to go with that perfect wedding gown. Most brides would turn to heels as their first option to give that elevated feeling of confidence and grace as she waltzes down the aisle to meet her dearly beloved. But who's to say that heels are the only footwear allowed to make a girl feel special on her wedding day? After all, brides-to-be, remember that you will be on your feet for the majority of the day and you don’t want them nasty blisters to appear. That’s why looking at wedding flats...

5 Unexpected Wedding Disasters

Posted on : 19 June 2017 | There are no comments yet | Articles
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  As preparations are made to mark the start of your next chapter in life, it is natural to be wanting your wedding day to be absolutely perfect. However, smooth sailing may not always be the case so it is a good idea to plan for those unexpected hiccups that may come along.     Here are five common mishaps that every bride and groom should be aware of and make arrangements for:   Wedding Disaster 1: Wardrobe Malfunction Every bride would feel like a princess walking down that aisle in that perfect dress, hair and...

Paying for the Wedding, Who does it?

Posted on : 30 May 2017 | There are no comments yet | Articles
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Once the wedding is over, whose job is it to cover the expenses? That is a question that many newly-wedded couples of asian culture find tricky to answer as it can be a sensitive topic at times. Whilst there is no right or wrong as to who the responsibility of paying falls to, it is a good idea to be aware of past wedding etiquettes that have been in place for generations.   Photo credits to: Stanstills Photography   Traditions: Traditionally, in an Asian wedding setting such as those in China and Malaysia, the groom’s...

A la carte Vs One Stop: Which is the better wedding planning option?

Posted on : 22 May 2017 | There are no comments yet | Articles
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  When it comes time to begin planning for your wedding, would it be better to have a one stop wedding package option or would an a la carte individual service provide a more personalised touch? These are the questions that a newly engaged couple can come face-to-face with as they begin their journey into the wonderful world that is wedding planning. To help decide on which one is the more suitable wedding planning option for you, advantages and disadvantages of both choices are broken down...

Protect Your Wedding with Wedding Insurance 360

Posted on : 09 May 2017 | There are no comments yet | Collaboration
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  Your dream wedding is happening in less than a week’s time. Everything is taking place so smoothly, until… your venue shuts down without notice and now you have to source for an ideal location all over again. It was THE place to say your vows and for both your families and friends to witness your union. But what is going to happen now? How do you manage your losses, both emotionally and financially? Who’s going to take responsibility for that? While it’s not uncommon to learn of merchants closing their business...

Wedding Rings : Why Fourth Finger?

Posted on : 08 May 2017 | There are no comments yet | Articles
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  Ever wondered why wedding rings are worn on the fourth finger? The Chinese have a beautiful and convincing way of explaining this. First, each finger symbolises different people in our lives. Our thumb represents our parents, Our index represents our siblings, Our second finger represents ourselves, Our third finger represents the union between a husband and wife; Our pinky finger represents our future children.   Now, take our second finger and bend them in together so that they touch each other so that...

The 2016 Celebrity Wedding Inspirations

Posted on : 02 May 2017 | There are no comments yet | Articles
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  Love is always ready to be found and for celebrities, this is no exception. Here are 5 celebrity couple weddings of 2016 and some inspirations that just might jump out and help you with your own wedding planning!   1. Nicky Wu/Cecilia Liu Shi Shi The co-stars from the 2011 chinese drama Scarlet Hearts had their wedding ceremony in a Bali resort. With delicate embroidery of bouquets running down the skirts of Cecilia Liu’s custom-made Carven gown, she truly looked every inch a princess on her special day. Not to...

Wedding Taboos - A Guide to Customary Chinese Traditions

Posted on : 14 April 2017 | There are no comments yet | Articles
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  The Chinese culture is generally very superstitious and weddings are no exception. There are quite a number of do’s and don’t’s that the Bride and the Groom and their families and guests are expected to follow to ensure a blissful life filled with good fortune for the couple as husband and wife.   Photo credit: fengshuibeginner   Here are a few taboos listed below that Chinese Brides and Grooms must observe:   1. Other funerals and weddings For three months before and after a wedding, it is considered taboo for...

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