Unveiled: Stunning Viet Phuc Wedding Photography & What You Need to Know

Unveiled: Stunning Viet Phuc Wedding Photography & What You Need to Know

Wedding photography goes beyond just wedding dresses and ao dai. Stemming from a desire to rediscover traditional culture, the trend of wearing Vietnamese ancient costumes has spread from a small group to become a mainstream movement. Nowadays, many couples want to have a nostalgic wedding photo album with this ancient style. So, what do you know about wedding photography with Viet Phuc?

01. Viet Phuc is just Ao Nhat Binh?

While Ao Nhat Binh is a fairly well-known ancient costume for wedding photography, our Viet Phuc has much more variety, including:

  • Ao Doi Kham (Ly – Tran Dynasty): This ancient costume has two parallel panels, slit on both sides and usually reaching the wearer’s skirt. It can be worn loose or as an outer jacket, allowing the layers of clothing underneath to be seen.

áo đối khâm
Ao Doi Kham is often coordinated in a specific color scheme, with the brighter color worn on the outside, the inner layers in lighter colors, and the innermost layer in white.
  • Ao Giao Linh (Ly – Tran – Le Dynasty): This type of garment has a collar that crosses over at the front, the left panel overlapping the right panel, and the sleeves are mainly of the loose and narrow types. Ao Giao Linh has many similarities to the traditional costumes of China or Japan. However, the most obvious difference is that the two inner and outer skirt panels are not the same size. This is also one of the unique features of Vietnamese ancient costumes.
áo giao lĩnh
Ao Giao Linh also has other names such as Truong Linh Trang Vat or Doi Linh
  • Ao Tu Than (Early 20th century): This was the daily wear of the ancient Vietnamese people. Ao Tu Than consists of two panels, four slits, and is long from the neck down to about 20 cm below the knees. The garment has two front and back panels. The front panel is divided into 2 slits along the length. The back panel is also divided into 2 slits but is sewn together to form a long line called the “ao song”. This garment has no buttons, is long and has two sleeves to be inserted when worn. Inside, girls wear a yem, then a thin white chemise, and finally the Ao Tu Than worn over the outside.

áo tứ thân

And the 2 most popular types are:

  • Ao Nhat Binh – Nguyen Dynasty: This type of garment is also designed like Ao Doi Kham, this is the court dress of the Empress Dowager, Queen Mother, Princesses. And also the great court dress of the Upper Ladies and Ladies.

  • Ao Ngu Than/Ao Tac (Nguyen Dynasty after 1744): This type of garment is quite simple with 4 main panels and 1 auxiliary panel, has a standing collar, fastened with buttons on the right, narrow sleeves combined with a white undershirt and long pants. Ao Ngu Than has a gentle color, no neck or sleeve trim.
Ao Ngu Than has 5 parts with 4 main panels and 1 auxiliary panel, symbolizing the four body parts of parents, one body (smallest, inside) symbolizing oneself (the wearer).

Viet Phuc is not just Ao Dai. That’s right, if you take the time to learn a little bit or join the ancient costume groups on Facebook, you will surely be surprised by the treasure trove of Vietnamese ancient costumes.

02. Will wedding photography with ancient costumes make you look old?

We will leave here a few wedding photo sets with ancient costumes for you to judge for yourself

With Nhat Binh

With Ao Ngu Than – Ao Tac

03. Do you have to be serious when taking wedding photos with Viet Phuc?
That depends on your personality. There is no fixed standard for you to have to be stiff, to be serious in your own wedding photo album, no matter what costume you wear. Who says that the ancient Vietnamese people were not happy and cheerful? Just be yourself and express the happiness you have.







04. What backgrounds are suitable for Viet Phuc photography?

With its traditional and nostalgic character, Viet Phuc ancient costumes are suitable for shooting in rustic places like rice fields, or places with a pure Vietnamese character like wooden houses, palaces, tea tables…

Hoi An is also a perfect setting for all Vietnamese ancient costumes. The once-thriving trading port, with its ancient houses, guildhalls, and moss-covered tiled houses.

Hội An cũng là một khung hình hoàn hảo cho tất cả các trang phục Việt cổ. Thương cảng bậc nhất một thời, với nhà cổ, hội quán, và các ngôi nhà mái ngói phủ rêu phong.

05. What to prepare for an ancient costume photo shoot with Hoi An Film?

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Hoi An Film Studio

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Reference: https://emoi.vn/co-phuc-viet/

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