less is more … … stephanie.alan

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“Less is more” … … something that everyone knows but not too many people can really do it well.
It’s not uncommon a lot of people ask me question like this,
“there aren’t  many interesting items or programsin my wedding rundown, I’m worrying there is not enough scene for you to take photo, is it ok for you?” … …

my answer is:

having more programs on your wedding day doesn’t mean you ‘ll have more beautiful photos. do you think you can relax and enjoy when your wedding day rundown is fully packed, I have seen so many couple that are completely exhausted even before the banquet because of the non-stop rundown. I always found that my most beautiful photos are always taken in those simple, but warm wedding

less is more, something that stephanie and alan aimed for. No game, no tea ceremony, we even didn’t have a chance to meet alan and his groomsmen before the ceremony. Everything happened inside the hotel, no travelling around and no rush at all. Having said that, with such a simple arrangement, I found that everyone was so relaxed and enjoyed the wedding a lot!  And there ‘s  more touching and beautiful moments !!!!

ceremony and reception: grand hyatt hong kong
celebrant: michael lai
video: ken of simon.the.photo
make up artist: Bart Ko

here is their same day video edit … …. you ‘ll see what does “less is more” mean in this video


  1. Good job! Touching SDE indeed ..

  2. JackJack says:

    Really love the civil celebrant’s speech. He’s really putting an effort into the couple! At least researched for their chinese names and made up a meaningful speech for them 🙂

  3. Stephanie says:

    Thanks Simon and Ken for the wonderful video!!! We really love it so so so much^^

  4. Carol says:

    It’s the most touching video that I have watched.

  5. Nicole Yau says:

    Super Like.  Very touching video.