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Creating Memories With Lab Of Creations

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Lab of Creations (LOC) was setup on August 2013. Although it is consider a new photography studio now, Bertrand Lee, the main photographer and director of LOC, is no stranger to the photography world. Starting from a freelance photographer at a tender age of 17, he has now more than 8 years of experience in the digital photography. Today, we ... Read More »

Interactive Wedding Game – The Shoe Game

The shoe game

Malaysia wedding couples are used to play games during gatecrashing of their wedding day. However, during the wedding banquet or reception, there is not much activities involved for your guests. If you are looking to surprise your guests with various types of wedding games, this game is for you. This is a game that is fun and hilarious, it is ... Read More »

Malay Wedding Customs in Malaysia (Infographic)

Malay Wedding Infographic

Malaysia is a multiracial country with about 50% Malay, 24% Chinese, 7% Indian, 11% Indigenous, and others. As the majority in Malaysia, it is good to understand about traditional Malay wedding and their customs. So when you are invited to attend a Malay wedding, you will be more enjoyable, knowing what is anticipated. Malaysia Wedding Hub aims to be the ... Read More »

Wedding Culture Difference Between Malaysia and U.K, From a Photographer Perspective

Western Wedding

Today, we are happy to have Jon and Joyce from Pixellot Photography on board, to share their wedding photography experience at the both sides of the world. Some of you might question, which sides of the world? Well, let’s listen to what this pair of lovely brother and sister got to say. We are very lucky to run our business ... Read More »

Malaysia Blockbuster Indian Wedding of the Year 2013

Malaysia Blockbuster Indian Wedding 2013

This is probably one of the most luxurious indian wedding in Malaysia. It was held in Malaysia KLCC Convention Centre, recorded by Gregs Video – a wedding photography and videography company.  The wedding started during the day. In the night, the wedding hall was very lively. There were magic shows, singing and dancing performances; not forgetting music and alcohols that ... Read More »

10 Handmade Wedding Card Inspirations That Make Your Guests Keep Forever

wedding card inspirations

Can you imagine the reaction of your guests when they open their mailboxes and see your wedding card inside? What do you think their response would be? Would they be pleased and delighted and excitedly thinking as to what to wear on your wedding day? Or do you think they would show no particular response and would be uninterested in ... Read More »

Top 20 Amazing Wedding Venues in Malaysia

Top 20 wedding venues in Malaysia

After the touching proposal, the next step in marriage planning is to look for the perfect Malaysian wedding venue. While relatives and friends might willingly offer suggestions, the most amazing sites have garnered great reviews for a reason. Based on our research, here are the leading 20 wedding venues in Malaysia today. Pangkor Laut Resort Location: Pangkor Island, Perak Website: ... Read More »

Types of Wedding Gown

types of wedding dress

Wedding dress is no doubt one of the most important elements for your wedding theme. In this extraordinary event of your life, wearing a stunning wedding gown that attracts the attention of your guest will certainly leave a timeless memory. Therefore, Malaysia Wedding Hub is going to walk you through the types/cut of wedding gowns available for Wedding in Malaysia. ... Read More »

Bride Price (聘金): How Much To Give?

Bride Price

The betrothal ceremony called Guo Da Li is one of the most important events in conventional Chinese weddings. This takes place at about one to three weeks prior to the D-day. This is that day when the bride’s and groom’s respective families exchange bridal gifts to show their blessings for the upcoming union. Guo Da Li essentials include the following: ... Read More »

Guo Da Li (过大礼)

Guo da li

Three major cultures comprise wedding customs in Malaysia – the Malay or Bumiputera, Chinese and Indian. The details for each culture vary according to tradition and a dash of modernization resulting into the simplification of traditional marriage rituals. But a Chinese wedding is often not regarded as complete unless customary rites have been satisfied. For Malaysian brides who would like ... Read More »

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