Witness Precious Friendship: Surprising Photoshoot Arranged By BFF

To celebrate their friend Veron’s birthday, Joyce and April prepared a special gift for their besties. Rather than choosing typical birthday presents, the two girls arranged a unique, surprising BFF photoshoot experience. 

It was a sweet coincidence that Veron also selected Little Stories for her own wedding photoshoot. Having been together since high school, the friends really know about each other’s styles and aesthetics. They spent a pleasant day together, with the camera recording the sweet moments.


They went out for a relaxing walk in the afternoon, enjoying the sunlight, greenness, and fresh air. They also brought their planners, in which they have taken down thoughts about the common goals for the future. It was a time for expressing love, sharing inspirations, and giving each other support.


After spending quality time outdoors, the girls changed into delicate white dresses to match with the warm oat wallpaper and shimmering decoration of the hotel room in the K11 Artus, a perfect spot for urban hideaways with the ultimate sea view.  


They enjoyed wine, sunset, and the spectacular nocturne of Victoria Harbor. Looking at the birthday cards and letters from high school, the girls recalled the warm memories.

Treasuring the time that they have spent and expecting the coming days together is the authentic meaning of BFF. 

Photo & Styling | Little Stories – the Moment by Amy

Venue | Sai Kung and K11 Artus 

With Veron, Joyce and April

Text | Rachel


Come and Have An Artistic Refreshment!

Be prepared to welcome the lovely sunny days on this impressionism-inspired summer photo series with Grace Chan to bring seasonal elements into JW Marriott Hotel together with Fer a cheval design!

Escaping to the artistic Impressionism World, we want to show you the beautiful modern life filled with classic romance and love!

In this series of photos, we pitch on a warm color combination of ginger, orange and lemon yellow, interspersed with fresh white and green.

If you love Claude Monet’s paintings, you may find the similar complicated layers of warm colours and substantial, bumper groups of fruits here!

Le Panier de Pommes – Claude Monet (1883)
Wheat Field with Cypresses – Vincent van Gogh (1889)

Moreover, we hope the scene where a bright and intense spectacle comes against a sunny weather may remind you of Van Gogh style, and gain the power of hope, energy and vibrancy with the breeze from the surroundings! 

Connecting arts with you from our favourite impressionism artworks, we are delighted to share our art-inspired photo series with you towards the summer!

Welcome to talk to us to personalize photography and design with custom theme on arts, lifestyle, season or anything that inspires you here.

Enjoy the vibrant summer! 🙂

With Grace Chan
Photography | Little Stories – the Moment by Amy
Art Direction & Styling | Little Stories x Fer a cheval Design
Decoration & Setup | Fer a cheval Design
Outfit | Swank
Text | Vana
At | JW Marriott Hong Kong


Behind a florist – Haru Haru Florist

We have a lovely afternoon chatting with Carrie from Haru Haru Floret at the floral studio with sunshine-filled in the outdoor terrace, to understand the reasons behind making heartfelt floral works.

A – Amy from Little Stories
C – Carrie from Haru Haru Floret

A: Why do you do floral works? Why are they special/ meaningful to you?

C: I hope to bring joyfulness to people from flowers. I believe each flower is unique with words that speak for itself. My role is a messager to deliver the words through the floral works to my clients, such as sending some love for baby shower, friend’s graduation, engagement, or wedding.

Carrie is preparing for bouquets for clients and we had an idea to show the lovely kid Valerie a surprise for her upcoming family photoshoot with Little Stories!

Look at how Valerie reacted upon receiving the floral works!

“I love seeing reactions from clients and that makes me feel I’ve done my part sending some happiness to people around.” Carrie recalled.

We thought of an idea to bring spring home through floral branding project with Haru Haru Floret, the name carries the meaning in Korean, to bring floral works into every day lives in Korean language.

We did the shoot welcoming spring in Hong Kong, on the pastel colour tones in pink, peach, yellow and white.

For a branding shoot of behind-the-artist series, we would love to bring the inspirations of Haru Haru Floret’s love towards florals from flower books, souvenirs sending from her friends around the world to the surroundings of inspirations she is drawn into. We look for capturing photos that speak about her brand, her identity, and her love towards flowers.

Branding shoot for Haru Haru Floret
Creative Direction & Styling: Little Stories – the Moment by Amy
Photography: Little Stories – the Moment by Amy
Floral Design: Haru Haru Floret

We do branding photoshoots for lifestyle brands. We take limited orders each other to personalize ideas and designs. Welcome to talk to us if you have something in the making or you would like to elevate your brand at hello@little-stories.co. We’d love to hear from you!

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Coloane & Baroque Elegance | Melly Woo

Under the influence of Portuguese culture, we could see a mix of coloane buildings and some architectures with Baroque and European colonial buildings.

Although it was a cloudy and rainy day, we manage to take some photos under the beautiful architectures together with blogger Melly Woo.

Photography | Little Stories – the Moment by Amy

Blogger | Melly Woo

Blue Top | Marni

Shorts | Alice and Olivia

Bag | Hermes 

Behind the Scene

Go ahead and watch the behind the scene video by clicking the picture below 🙂

Lifestyle Shoot with Blogger Melly Woo Behind the Scene Video on Youtube

Kinds Words

Thanks to the lovely @littlestoriess for coming all the way here from #hongkong!! I love seeing this girl❤

– Melly Woo


Do you need to update your LinkedIn photo?

How many times do you experience having people wrongly predict who you are and talk in a different way?
It’s just countless.
Imagine one day when you can receive a picture that could tell them who you are without you speaking a word.
Isn’t it more time saving when you can spend less time explaining who you are, while they’re so obvious from the photo?
Here’s a simple exercise for you.What can you tell from this picture?

Welcome to use three adjectives to describe her that come up from your mind immediately.I did the test with some friends. They all tell similar descriptions.
Guess what position she’s in?
She’s a law firm strategist to help law firms retain and engage their associates. She is outgoing, talkative in a way to connect and gap between law firms and associates effectively! She is also determined to help the associates to fight for benefits that they should get for a high retention rate in the company.Now, welcome to think of three adjectives to describe you while matching with your job requirements.1.2.3.And you can look at your current LinkedIn photo now.Does the photo reflect the three adjectives you think of yourself?
If you’ve got all three, congratulations! People come to you mostly for who you are.
If only 1 or even none from the above, maybe your potential employers couldn’t get a grasp of you from the picture. Maybe it’s time for you to update the LinkedIn picture!
Although you may argue, that’s about first impression! Yes, it can be biased, but from your experience, you can tell.Finding a photographer who shares the same vision, by speaking about you, would be a great idea!
Hope it helps!
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P.S. Let’s have a little secret chat weekly! You can find me on Instagram at@lawamy_ @littlestoriess and on facebook. Welcome to drop me a line at hello@little-stories.co