My Hong Kong Wedding


G1C, Golden Plaza, 745 Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui

Wing Wah Embroidery specializes in traditional Chinese wedding outfits. It has decades of experiencein creating dresses using modern techniques blended with traditional designs. In addition to traditional embroidery, it also offers western wedding gowns, traditional and western bridegroom’s outfits, mother-of-the-bride outfits and party dresses. It also has packages and contacts for makeup and hairstyling, photography and limousines. They also have traditional Chinese wedding trinkets for sale.


62 Johnston Rd., Wan Chai


For a unique, historical wedding venue, you may want to consider The Pawn on Johnston Road. Set in a historical building that once served as a pawnshop, The Pawn has been lovingly restored and is now one of the hippest drinking and dining destinations in Wan Chai. For private events, the bar/restaurant has three areas, the Living Room (80 sitting, 150 standing), the Dining Room (seats 80) and the Roof Garden (80 seated, 150 standing). THe roof garden is semi-outdoor and with its own bar, is ideally suited to private events. Contact them for individual food and beverage pricing.

Unit 3, 8 On Wo Lane, Central


If you really want to make a statement with your invitations, and of course, have some cash to hand, you might want to consider going to the Wren Press. Established over 25 years ago, it has outlets in London, Dublin, New York and here, and it can carry out engraving, thermography, blind embossing and litho printing. Its skill-set lies in its beautifully simple classic yet modern designs. Butt they’re not cheap: the pictured wedding invitations (above), cost 544 pounds for 100.

1/F Main Pole House, 149-151 Hennessy Rd., Wan Chai


This local printer specializes just in wedding invites, with hundreds of modern and traditional, Chinese and western styles on offer. Prices are reasonable, with the traditional Chinese paper cutting card (above) costing $13.50 each. If you’d prefer to get creative, check out the designs for a traditional Hong Kong style exercise book (above, centre, $20), or Double Happiness matches (above, right, $16). The minimum order is 100, with a three week lead time required. Favours such as candles, crystal figurines and chopsticks are also available.

6/F, King’s Commercial Building, 2-4 Chatham Court, Tsim Sha Tsui


A registered quality wedding merchant with ESD Life, These wedding photography and videography specialists only do one wedding per day to ensure that their time is completely dedicated to you. Their photographers will also meet you before the wedding in order to get to know you and understand what you want from your photographs. WPP also offers a wedding photo website for each of its clients, with pictures going up as early as 10 days after the wedding. the fee for two photographers plus one videographer on the wedding day is $18,000, while pre-wedding portraits are $12,000.

9/F, Kai Wah Building, 68-70 wellington st., Central


This funky studio creates every kind of paper product imaginable for weddings and other occasions, from invitations and thank-you cards to placecards, wedding favours, photo albums, and even wedding websites. Themed packages (above) can help to set the tone for your day. Wedding favours are available; search the website for innovative gift ideas such as personalized chocolates, packets of rosebud tea and honey.

1/F, Mai Wo Industrial Building, 90-98 Kwai Cheong Rd., Kwai Chung


Bilingual printer David Hot has been going in Hong Kong since 1969, and has an international reputation as a good-quality printer. It can create both Chinese and Western-style wedding invitations and reply cards. you can make your order online or go to the workshop to place your order. They’re quick too–invitations can be in your hands 10-14 working days after you approve the final proofs.


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