Kate is one of the hard working brides I've ever met. She showed me her research when we were discussing the bridal looks for her and it really saved us much time!
Taiwanese couples used to have Chinese tea ceremony and wedding ceremony on different days, yet it is utterly common that they tend to combine both ceremonies just in one day in recent years. It's easier for them and for their family because planning a wedding is exhausting, not to mention two weddings!
For the Chinese tea ceremony, I suggested Kate to have an updo because there normally is a part that the mother-in-law would wear gold accessories on the bride for blessings and you don't want the hair disturbs her putting necklaces on you, right?
Kate wore a pinkish dress from ASOS, so I designed an updo for her with a touch of gold handmade headpiece.
Before her first entrance, I changed her look to a centre part low do, you can see this style a lot on Korean brides and it really went well with Kate and her gown.
When I saw the picture of the light blue with elaborate beadings dress, the idea of wavy hair down just came up right away. I knew it will look good on her; it turned out the look was her guests' favourite on the day!
The last dress was light yellow with gold embroidery, an elegant low ponytail definitely won't go wrong with that!
Hair & Makeup by Lu
Bridal dress by Le Chic Bridal
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