Wedding photos are quite popular in Asia but to have an unique set of wedding photos are quite difficult. Thai photographer Ekkachai Saelow tries to do something different instead of shooting flying wedding dress in air. In his whimsical wedding photography, he manages to transform couples and newlyweds into miniature versions of themselves, living in a more fantastical world.
The biggest day of the year is fast approaching; 29th April at Westminster Abbey people will be gathering to see Prince William and Catherine Middleton join together. The couple have set up the Royal Wedding Charitable Gift Fund which will see a number of charities benefit from the big day.
We have seen the influx of memorabilia that has started to surface as people getting into the wedding spirit. Anything ranging from tea sets to stamps have been created with the big day in mind. A trend has shown up with the interior design community. The trend for using all white across a whole room has become very apparent of late. Perhaps lending from the Scandinavian look; all white walls, furniture and accessories give that fresh clean look which many people aim to emulate.
There are so many options of these beautiful white furniture and accessories, like this elegant Chesterfield sofa which incorporating a fully buttoned seat and double buttoned front border. The Scroll arm facings are finished with a line of hand tacked metal studs.
The pet wedding sounds cute, and I’m glad it made the owners happy, but I personally would feel uncomfortable with it.
Those photos look pretty cool? But how about the marriage itself. For example, how do you know your pet wants to marry that poodle or the Chihuahua? For me, the marriage itself is arranged, and those pets/animal don’t have the rights to say no. :(
Maybe I am just to seriously. Anyway, let’s how those wedding look like around the world.