You’ve got engaged, now what? Besides telling your family and friends (and probably throwing an engagement party or two!), now would probably be a good time to have a talk with your now fiancé about when to have the actual wedding. But it’s not as simple as taking out your calendars and pointing at a date. There are a lot of things you have to take into consideration. So if you’ve got the time, go ahead and ask yourselves these ten questions that’ll help you choose when you’ll be wed.
What happens when you add some shimmer and sparkle to classic neutral colors? You get a very elegant and clean look with added personality! I admire how Nino and Cams were able to stay in theme all throughout their ceremony and reception, playing mainly with black, white, nude, and gold hues, with hints of green for contrast. I also like the progression of the details–starting from the simplicity of the invitations, the bridesmaid dresses, the bride’s simple bouquet, and off-shoulder Rosa Clara gown, to the sparkly flower girl dresses, dramatic tablescape, and the illuminated reception styling by Dave Sandoval. You really have to see how everything came together through the lenses of Team Benitez Photo.
Today, we’ve got for you an intimate garden wedding with lovely rustic details. The rustic setup and blush pink color motif of Greg and Rochelle’s wedding make it look simply charming. Take note of the little details that make this celebration fun–like the groom’s floral tie paired with his black suit, the unexpected McDo snacks, the bride’s pink heels, and the pink ribbon wands the guests waved for the newlyweds. Having dessert and coffee stations add to the sweet, rustic feel of any wedding too. The Backyard Studios has us in on this couple’s special day, so scroll away and enjoy the photos!
Tagaytay weddings are getting more and more popular these days, and I can’t say I blame anyone. With the beautiful mountaintop scenery, the cool weather, and many venues popping up all over the place, it’s totally easy to see why it’s become such a favorite wedding locale! And more often than not, when you have your wedding in Tagaytay, most of your guests will be looking for a place to stay to spend the night. If hotels aren’t their thing, then give them our list of Airbnbs we’re sure they’ll love!
Taking place in the Lio Beach Estate, with a unique, bohemian-inspired setup and altar, John and Aloha wed in fun, romantic style. The wedding setup and their tropical hand-painted wedding cake matched the venue and theme so nicely! When it comes to planning your own big day, make sure all the elements tie together in the end. Another standout detail to take note of is how the bride ditched the classic heel and instead went for white sneakers! So for all the brides-to-be out there who are having a beach or any outdoor wedding, don’t be afraid to go for the more unconventional choice of bridal shoes. And guess what the bridal car was? A jeepney! Fun, full of colors, laughter, and smiles, you’ll enjoy looking through this couple’s special day with all its unique details. Thanks to Rainbowfish Photography for these snaps!