A modern Vietnamese tea Ceremony

Julia + Van

Planner: @ctevents_
Florals: @_mossandclay_
HMU: @beautybyanh @mimikuangbridalartistry
Models: @julia.ngai @lurandaa
Bride's Accessories: @thesentimentalistatl @hushedcommotion
Bride's Dress: Custom from Vietnam
Bride's Shoes: @manoloblanik
Bridesmaid's Dress: Phuc Ao Dai
Tux: @menguintux
Dowry Tray Rental: Phuc Ao Dai
Tablescape Rentals: @atlantasrentalplace
Decor and Dowry Box Rental: @lajoie.flower
Stationer: @olivesaintlily
Red Envelopes: BethieesBoutique (Etsy)
Cake: @bittersweettreats_
Macaroons: @mac_lab
Video: @filmsbyanhvo

Details, details, details!

This Vietnamese-fusion editorial was all about highlighting Asian vendors across Atlanta and proving that bright colors can be elegant. From the small Vietnamese trinkets in the flatlays to the symbolism in the dowry offerings, every detail was planned with intention!

Thao of CT Events organized the traditional aspects of the tea ceremony and even let us use her own ao dai (Vietnamese wedding dress). Nancy of Moss & Clay curated the color palette to complement the bride’s dress and built a hanging "money tree" of cherry blossoms.

Check out the entire list of vendors for more inspo!