G.O.D Double Happiness Series

Shopping at Hong Kong’s lifestyle label G.O.D has never been a boring affair. Be it in Hong Kong or Singapore, there is always an Asian-inspired item (bags/notebooks printed with old school cream crackers and rustic mailbox motifs) to be attracted to or a tongue-in-cheek novelty (shirts with its infamous slogan “Delay No More” which in Cantonese resembles a local profanity) to feel amused about.

And on our most recent visit, we at W&T are especially thrilled to find out that the creative folks at G.O.D have given newlyweds and their friends something to rejoice about.

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(Photo Credit: G.O.D Singapore Facebook)

Known as the Double Happiness Series, G.O.D’s latest range sees a collection of dinnerware, accessories and home décor items beautifully plastered with the Chinese character 喜喜. Produced in collaboration with Wedding Concierge and the Chinese Heritage Foundation, this series is a lifesaver for those who are running out of wedding gift ideas. In fact, this can even double up as wedding favors!

Apart from exhibiting the label’s signature style of giving old-school a modern twist, the Double Happiness Series is also a thoughtful collection espousing the preservation of Chinese wedding traditions. A corner of the Singapore store is currently well-decorated with a wooden wedding bed from the olden days, tea sets and even kneeling pillows, as a showcase of ancient customs. For those who are not too familiar, fret not. Explanations about these customs, such as the wedding tea ceremony and the bride’s dowry, are placed around for your reading. There is also a 喜喜 paper lying around with cheeky captions for the series. Feel free to take a copy home!

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(Photo Credit: G.O.D Singapore Facebook)

G.O.D Singapore
6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #02-08, Central
www.facebook.com/goodsofdesire.sg