An Intimate Hong Kong DIY Wedding by KC Photography

When I think of Hong Kong weddings, my mind usually goes straight to the cookie cutter type hotel ballroom wedding of 300 plus guests. Whilst sad but true, DIY weddings are quite a rarity in Hong Kong and a wedding of 30 guests? Almost unheard of. That’s why when KC of KC Photography sent these beautiful photos over of Gloria and Roy’s intimate DIY wedding at The Hullet House 1881, I was feeling rather peachy. Everything was handmade by the Bride, from the bouquet to the decor! Their guests must have felt very special being invited to such an intimate wedding where the love is poured over. Without all the pomp and circumstance of the typical Chinese traditions, this colourful wedding was such a breath of fresh air.

I am a big fan of wearing a pop of colour with your wedding shoes and just love the Bride’s Tiffany blue shoes!

Thank you KC for sharing these darling photos! To see more of KC’s work, visit his website here.

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  • Hi what a great web page. I have been looking for days for a place where we could have a very small wedding (10 guests) in Hong Kong. Can you tell me how much you charge for photos and a video if possible.
    Kind regards Maureen
    P.S. I think your photos are fantastic

    • Simply Peachy

      Hi Maureen. Thanks for popping by! There are some nice places in HK where you can have a small wedding. The Upper House is great for small intimate weddings and has a great little lawn and it’s really beautiful. One Thirty One out in Sai Kung is also really picturesque. As for KC’s prices for photography, I suggest you contact him directly for his rates. Congrats in advance and happy planning! xx

      • Thanks for your help will contact direct in a couple of days
        kind regards

  • Mike

    My fiance and I are wanting to get married on the beach in or near Hong Kong. It is the smallest most intimate wedding you could possibly have 3-5 people! Any help or suggestions?