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Traditional English ceremony on the front lawn at The Repulse Bay in Hong Kong followed by traditional Korean Tea Ceremony.

My first time to photograph a Korean wedding, I loved the Korean wedding attire, so unusual, the ladies looked so beautiful in their Wonsams, each family names have their own colours and patterned material, I suppose rather like the Scottish with their tartan kilts. I love photographing mixed culture weddings, it’s wonderful to see either the bride or groom dressed up in the other culture’s traditional clothes and it is very respectful towards the family they are marrying into. Not to mention it causing quite  a stir and a giggle amongst their friends and family when they walk in wearing something they least expect them to be wearing. It’s lovely to see all the smiles and expressions….