This Venue Can Help You Make Your Wedding Classy and Convenient

Wedding planning always starts with a vision. How do you see your big day unfolding? Do you want to celebrate with a huge crowd or keep the guest list short and intimate? Do you want it outdoor or indoor? What color scheme will your entourage and guests follow? There are so many ways you can put together your wedding day but if you envision it to look classy and convenient more than anything else, then you have to take note of the following points on how Villa Milagros, a new and exclusive venue tucked just next to Quezon City, can help you achieve it!

5 Ways You Can Make Your Wedding Classy and Convenient

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7 Things That Your Flower Girls Can Carry Instead of Flowers

As beautiful as flower bouquets can be, sometimes you just want to add a twist or unique element to that once-in-a-lifetime event that is your wedding day. So instead of having your flower girls carry the usual flowers, why not choose from the fun and unique ideas below to make your special day even more special!

Bride and Breakfast: Ideas and Tips 7 Things That Your Flower Girls Can Carry Instead of Flowers

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This Couple Opted for an Intimate and Minimalist Wedding in Tagaytay

Bong and Camille were very intentional in making their wedding day simple, intimate, and without frills. Both being landscape architects, they wanted to highlight the natural beauty of their venues by toning all the details down: 1) no flowers, only foliage for styling, 2) no lace and no beads for her dress, and 3) only simple and structural elements all throughout the celebration. The bridesmaids looked pretty in their simple yet elegant pink dresses as well! Take cues from this set by OneCarlo Photography if you’re planning a minimalist wedding too.

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Photographer: OneCarlo Photography / Videographer: Fireflies Wedding Films / Ceremony Venue: Chapel on the Hill, Don Bosco Batulao / Reception Venue: Pintoresco / Bride’s Dress: Atelier Esme / Bride’s Shoes: Coach / Groom’s Attire: Ziggy Savella / Flower Girls and Mother of the Bride Dresses: Atelier Esme / Hair and Makeup Artist: Paula Flores Sta. Ana / Bouquets, Flowers & Decors, Event Stylist: Cora Mina / Cake Baker and Catering: Passion Cooks Catering / Host: Val Jalijali

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Etiquette 101: Is There A Polite Way to Ask for Money Instead of Wedding Gifts?

So maybe you’re migrating abroad after your wedding, or you just so happen to have everything you need already (from the many bridal showers your titas have thrown you), and you’re looking to get some cash instead. Can you actually do that without sounding so forward? Is that allowed in Filipino weddings? Will you offend someone if you do ask? Today, we’re breaking down the issue of asking for money instead of gifts at your wedding. Scroll down and read on!

Etiquette 101: Is There A Polite Way to Ask for Money Instead of Wedding Gifts?

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This Couple Defied So Many Wedding Traditions to Save on Cost!

The wedding of JP and Mimi is truly one for the books. I can easily describe it as unique and unconventional, but I think the best and most apt description for today’s feature is brave. This couple challenged so many templates and traditions–questioning its origin and checking its meaning–because they only wanted to do the ones that they believed in. They wanted their wedding day to be as honest and meaningful as possible, and it was important to them that their special day reflected who they are as a couple. We asked the bride some questions about her non-traditional wedding, so go ahead and read on, and enjoy Moki Cruz Photography‘s snaps while you’re at it!

This Couple Defied So Many Wedding Traditions to Save on Cost!

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Photographer: Moki Cruz Photography / Videographer: Kreative Machines / Venue: Grass Garden / Bride’s Dress: Irish Bridal Gown Boutique / Groom’s Attire: Mang Rey / Painting on Dress and Suit: Mimiyakoart / Hair and Makeup Artist: Kristel Joy Flores / Grooming : Omai Salvador / Catering: Catalino's Catering / Crew Meals: Tabo / Isaw Supplier: Yolanda Gamboa / Graham Cake: Kathy and Emie / Cake Baker: Angelica Sioson Barasi / Event Styling: Gathered Creative Co. / Invitation Designer: Cams Noceda / Invitations Printing: GA Printing / Save the Date Video and Toyomansi Artwork: Fionna Samson / Band: Ten O Six / Host: Rand Poquiz / Host: Rovee Lopez / Giveaways: Christian Macaraniag and Ina Datuin / Pastor: Rev. Renato Marquez / Rental Furniture: Forrent / Lights and Sounds: RL Lights & Sounds / Wedding Ring Tattoos: Kat Fallaria / Iwata Supplier: Smile Party Events / On-the-Day Coordinator: Ice Valenciano and Team / Assistant Coordinator: JP Rivera (Groom) / Overall Coordinator: Mimi Miaco (Bride)

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