Allow me to share the colorful red & golden hues Ting Hun Engagement Party of Efren & Grace held in Gloria Maris, Greenhills.
Efren & Grace, thanks for having us to capture your very special Ting Hun. May you always have this much love & laughter in your life. - Joel & Ma-anne
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What is Ting Hun? In Chinese, this symbolizes that both families formally accepts their new son/daughter-in-law into the family. In Filipino traditions, it’s called “The Pamamanhikan”. Chinese Engagements involve a lot of rituals before the groom meets the bride.Traditionally, a Ting Hun is done at the girl's residence but most couples and families nowadays opt to just do this at the restaurant to make it more convenient for both sides.
Photographers: Joel H. Garcia & Ma-anne Roque for JHG Photography
A photograph of Sang Hee Cakes during Efren & Grace - Ting Hun (Engagement Party)
"Ting Hun" - In Chinese, this symbolizes that both families formally accepts their new son/daughter-in-law into the family. Also Ting hun represents the start of a new life together for the happy couple
"Sang Hee" - stands for Marital Happiness.