When it came time to plan their wedding, Mina and Lone wanted to break away from tradition. Their search for a chic venue with modern touches led them to Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen, a contemporary urban escape in one of China’s most cultural destinations. “The Hotel’s unique rooftop—multi-level terraces with landscaped greenery and a courtyard—created a welcoming sight for our friends, a truly contemporary green oasis amidst the skyscrapers,” says Mina.
The Scene: Mina and Lone chose to decorate the Hotel’s sophisticated ballroom in black and red, which for them channelled romance and passion. “My husband used to be a rock ’n’ roll singer, so we chose black as a classic colour representing him, and I love red,” Mina explains.
The Bride and Groom: Mina first met Lone during an occasion where he was the event planner and she the choreographer. Years later, their paths crossed again, and the connection was chemical. Lone proposed to Mina with a letter that said, “If two people are meant to be together, eventually they will find their way back.” “It was very touching,” Mina recalls.
The Bride Wore: Mina wore three different dresses during the couple’s wedding celebration. The first was a Chinese-style dress, worn for the traditional tea ritual with the couple’s families. Then, after walking down the aisle in a white wedding gown, Mina donned a red Vera Wang dress to match the reception theme.
A Personal Touch: The couple chose to stay at the Hotel on their wedding day, where they were met with an authentic Chinese tea set to celebrate. Other romantic touches included Champagne and dessert.
Photography Eros Wedding Studio