Darizi

Darizi is one of Hong Kong and China’s most prestigious wedding and lifestyle oriented media brands.

www.Darizi.com – Darizi’s Online Wedding Platform – is a China-centric premium-wedding website and offers comprehensive content to facilitate stress-free wedding planning. It is also a dynamic online community, connecting its users and helping ‘to-be-weds’ liaise with vendors in the wedding business.

Launched in 2007, Darizi.com is the first interactive wedding portal targeting the Greater China prestigious luxury market. Due to rapid growth of the high-end and luxury goods market segment, Darizi established its market position in the elegant and sophisticated direction early on.

In 2008, Darizi introduced a prestigious wedding and lifestyle magazine “Darizi Monthly”, along with a “Darizi mobile” mobile site m.darizi.com – providing total media solutions for engaged couples and advertisers alike.

To complement its online, mobile, and print media initiatives, Darizi also holds special events, such as luxury wedding fairs, catering to the demand of world-class wedding-related services and vendors. Darizi is proud to be the strategic event partner of internationally renowned brands.

Darizi CEO Andy Ann said “Getting married is one of the biggest events in life, it represents the start of a happy life together, and a wedding banquet reflects the generosity and status of two families. In our tradition, shark fin has been considered a delicacy only the wealthy can afford. However, as environmental awareness increases among Hong Kong people, the idea that “serving shark fin soup equals showing respect” is becoming behind the times. As one of Hong Kong and Mainland China’s most well-known bridal media brands, besides providing comprehensive wedding-related information for newlyweds, we are also responsible for conveying positive and constructive social messages to the public. Therefore, we are delighted to join hands with HKSF in spreading the word on shark conservation, encouraging public to reduce shark fin consumption in order to protect our marine ecosystem”.