Business to Business: Wedding Planners
Whether you're planning your own wedding or running your own business, Pearl River can help you bring double happiness to the big day.
Fans and Parasols
Keep guests cool at summer outdoor weddings with our large collection of fans and parasols. They also make great decor for weddings inside and out, all year long.
Banana Magazine co-founder Vicki Ho gave her guests some shade (in a good way) with our parasols during her July wedding.
Perfect indoor or out, night or day. Even unlit, our lanterns add a lovely, festive touch.
Aster and Quail is a design studio that specializes in wedding and event decor. Here they've taken our lanterns and added their own exquisite touch.
Vickie created a festive atmosphere by hanging our colorful lanterns over her dance floor.
Shop our lighting and lanterns.
Double Happiness Decor
Shuang xi, literally "twin happiness," is a special character specifically for weddings. Wish the happy couple a lifetime of marital bliss with double happiness decor, tableware, and other items.
Shop our double happiness collection.
Our little brocade purses and bags make pretty and useful! bridesmaids gifts. Traditionally used for jewelry, they are also the perfect size for a lipstick, keys, credit card, cash, and more pint-sized items.
Shop our collection of small bags, wallets, and other holders.
Candy and Other Treats
At Chinese weddings, White Rabbit and ginger candies are often given out as symbols of of a sweet beginning to a sweet marriage. They also make for lovely and unique wedding favors and treats for guests.
Shop our candy and snack collection.
In Asian weddings, a tea ceremony is often incorporated as a special homage to the parents of both the bride and groom.
Versatile and affordable, our organza bags are simple yet elegant way to present your favors. Fill them with candy, almonds, soap (a mini Bee & Flower perhaps?), or a customized shot glass like Vicki and Todd.
Vicki and Todd used our brocade fabrics to create this unique, photographable moment.
Want even more ideas? Check out our blog posts on:
- 15 ways to add Asian flair to your wedding
- Chinese wedding traditions, past and present
- Five unusual Chinese wedding practices you might be familiar with