My Hong Kong Wedding

Archive for September 2008


An experienced and versatile photographer, Thomas Ng can turn his hand to photojournalism style shots, portraits and posed compositions. Fees start at US$1,600. A member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association.



Favouring a more photojournalistic style, DM promises unobtrusive  and discreet photography that captures intimate moments throughout the day. Family portait-style shots are also available. A wide range of packages, from around $16,000 are offered to suit a variety of tastes. A member of the Wedding Photojournalists Association.

4/F, 21 Cameron Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui


Award-winning photographer CM Leung is a member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association, and seeks out natural, candid shots and interesting angles to create one-of-a-kind wedding photographs. Packages start at $30,000, and for your money you will be given 1,400-1,600 shots for a full day’s shooting in black & white and colour.


A member of the Wedding Photojournalist’s Association, Tanarak seeks to capture naturalistic shots of his subjects. Fees are around $18,000, but luckily Tanarak also has an option for a wedding photography gift registry so that guests can help to foot the bill for your snaps.

Unit A, 1/F, 128 Wellington St., Central


Arthur Lam is a well-known local fashion designer whose dresses are available all over the world. Having dressed models and celebrities, he now offers custom-made, off-the rack designs and rental services for gowns, qipao and bridesmaids dresses. Headpieces and veils are also available.

3/F, Winning Centre, 46-48 Wyndham St., Central


Provides custom-made and rental gowns for white bridal gowns, eveningwear, tuxedoes, flower girls and bridesmaids, and traditional Chinese cheonsams and qipaos. Rental starts at $4,000, while tailormade dresses start at $12,000. And if you need shoes to match, Cocoon has them, as well as accessories to complete the look.

Hurry on over to the wedding fair at the Harbour Plaza Metropolis in Hung Hom on Sunday 12th of October, noon-7pm. Titled “Ever After”, We hear on the grapevine that there’ll be plenty of giveaways, TONS of wine and a fashion show by Cite De Louvre. It’s also a good chance to meet with vendors. For more details call 2996-8041 or email