If you’re looking to incorporate some traditional elements to your wedding day, this post will give you some inspo on how to tie in elements of your culture to your wedding day. Keep reading to see more about this Chinese Wedding at Tai Wu.
We absolutely loved how our couple did a red envelope-style invitation with subtle nods throughout the wedding day. This was the perfect way to introduce thier guests to the vibe of the day and we love it!
There were some really cool subtle nods throughout the wedding day that really pulled the design elements together. First, was the grooms bow-tie. He was not Chinese, but we love the pop of red against his white buttoned shirt. We thought it was a very cool way for him to acknowledge his wifes heritage and elevate the wedding day.
Next, our bride wore a modern qipao-inspired dress. While it’t not as traditional as other qi-pao’s, this was a modern take that suited her perfectly. Doesn’t she look gorgeous?!
As with many of our COVID weddings – our couple got married prior to what they’re considering their wedding day. This party was put off for a few years, and so it made it that much better when it finally happened. They had their reception at Tai Wu, which is located in Millbrae and was the perfect backdrop for their fun-filled night.
We loved this wedding reception and loved celebrating these two. Wishing them the happiest of lives together. And of course, if you like our work we’d love to chat about your own wedding day!
Wedding Day Vendors:
Photos: Fig + Willow Studios
Venue: Tai Wu Restaurant
Wedding Dress store: Dragonseed
Stationery: Ho Tai Printing & Art Goods Company
HMUA: Christy Tan
Floral Design: A Mystic Garden
DJ: DJ Brian Lu