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Qipaos for Mother of the Brides

Many brides and grooms bring their mums to our showroom to get a qipao tailored for their wedding day. Finding a dress is a big deal for them too! The mums, of course, want to look beautiful for the day as they will be photographed plenty, but they are also conscious not to steal the bride's limelight. We know that they do struggle when finding the perfect qipao so we wanted to share some tips. Hope this helps!  1. Don't start looking too late! You should always allow enough time to give yourself to find a dress that you love but also will be comfortable in. Some mothers of the bride/ groom may opt to wear two or three different dresses throughout the day so definitely...

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The Chinese Tea Ceremony Guide

The Chinese tea ceremony is one of the most important parts of a Chinese wedding. It is often done in an intimate setting where couples serve tea as a way to pay respect and show gratitude towards their families, who in turn bless the newlyweds with words of advice and red envelopes ("lai see"/ "hongbao").   So what happens? Well first, the general rule is that the groom is on the right and the bride on the left. The couple kneels on red cushions placed on the floor whilst serving tea to their families, who will be sitting on chairs. When serving tea, it is vital to serve with two hands and bow slightly forward to ensure the recipient does not have to move forward to receive...

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