11 Ways To Have An A-List Wedding in Hong Kong

How To 11 Ways To Have An A-List Wedding in Hong Kong

When it comes to throwing a good party, W Hong Kong has mastered the task. So, throwing an A-lister wedding? That’s a piece of cake. Hong Kong is the ultimate destination for your big day – combining the magnetic energy of the city with the beauty and class of Chinese culture for an unforgettable celebration. And W Hong Kong‘s Insiders are there to help each step of the way. From the perfect venue to the best place to get pampered, the chicest dress shop to the tastiest wedding menu, we’ve got 11 ways to truly wed like a celeb.

1 Year – 6 Months Before


Get Organized:

W Hong Hong’s Planning App, W Love

We all know how much of a hassle it is when it comes to organizing a wedding. The wedding app W Love designed by W Hong Kong acts as a personal assistant to take care of your pre, during and post wedding tasks when you’re hosting your wedding with us. It’s the perfect way for couples to help manage all the craziness of planning and has a place for guests to upload images and videos the day of.


Download here for iOS and here for Android and contact wedding.whk@whotels.com for more info!


Find your dream dress:

Cocoon Bridal

Who doesn’t want to look like a celebrity on your wedding day? This made-in-Hong Kong wedding gown company is run by two film costume designers. With the vision of creating memorable dresses, Cocoon’s wedding gowns are beautiful and unique and available for both custom and rental.


Tour the ultimate venue:


If you are looking for an outdoor venue for a small wedding, Sevva could be one of the best options in Hong Kong. located in the center of central HK, the outdoor bar has breath taking 360-degree views of the city and the harbor. Enjoy the wooden terrace in a comfortable, relaxed but still intimate atmosphere with the roof bar and lounge.


Plan your Party Activities:

HK Photo Box

Your wedding doesn’t have to be a stuffy affair. Bring in HK Photo Box’s photo booth to help break the ice on your big day. It’s a great way to encourage everyone to be social while ensuring they get to take something fun home at the end of the night as well.

The Week Before


Party With The Girls:


Celebrate with your closest friends and treat yourself to a little luxury. Dressing up and dancing hard is expected at Ophelia, where peacock feathers and exotic patterns fill the space.


Go Out With The Guys:


Foxglove, known as one of the ideal places for real gentlemen to hang out, is tucked behind a bespoke umbrella shop, with a cocktail bar paying homage to speakeasies of the Prohibition Era. Teal leather banquettes, light bulb grid, and marble tables evoke a classy hangout for the modern day Cary Grant, perfect for the to-be groom with class.


Get Ready:

Bliss SPA

Famous for their fabulous facial treatment and a delicious brownie bar, Bliss is the perfect place to relax and get pampered before walking down the aisle. Enjoy the luxury together with a wedding couple package including a day of facials, massages, soaks and–dare we say it–wine and cupcakes, or take the ladies for a Nail Bar spa party package. You’ll be pampered to perfection with no cold feet in sight.

For the big day


Get Down:

DJ Olivia Dawn

A wildly charismatic performer as well as a talented producer, Olivia Dawn is the Music Curator for W Hong Kong. The talented gal is more than just a DJ, she also sings and plays violin on her own tracks. With her graceful charm, diverse background and a fluency in five languages, Olivia brings a fresh, unique, and infectious energy to the stage perfect for a wedding party.


Wedding Chef:

James Sharman

As the co-founder and head chef of One Star House Party, James’ innovative approach to cooking was the perfect match. His “Wed Like a Celeb” menu for W Hong Kong is inspired by the city’s local produce and a unique blend of cultures and traditions. It offers a more healthy and modern approach to a Chinese wedding banquet, allowing guests to indulge while still having the energy to go longer, stay later and still feel fabulous the morning after.

Chef James Sharman’s Wedding Menu Picks:




The traditional suckling pig served with pickled radish and char siu-pickled wolfberries (a powerful antioxidant that can also strengthen your immune system) not only offsets the fattiness of the pork but also refreshes your palate.


Dinner Dish:


A clean and sophisticated take on the traditional crispy chicken served with a healthy, delicious serving of pumpkin puree with ginger and sesame. Serve with a passion fruit mocktail, the lightly sour and sweet flavor of passion fruit could refresh your palate after tasting the delicious and fulfilling crispy chicken and pumpkin.