The rainy mountain weather didn’t stop William and Oan from making their rustic themed wedding in Tagaytay a heartwarming celebration. We like how their bold yet soft wedding color motif of red and pink makes for such a classic romantic combo, and how their reception setup looks so cozy and intimate! We also like how they managed to add in a fun, quirky element to their big day with the bold, fuchsia-colored bridal car. So when planning your own wedding, a good tip to keep in mind is to mix elegant and playful details together. Check this whole set out now through the shots of Air Balloon Project!
Let’s face it, with all the excitement (and stress) surrounding your wedding, you’re bound to forget something, right? Whether it’s something as simple as eating breakfast before your preps start, or something important like making sure someone has the rings, we’re here to remind you about all the things you shouldn’t forget to do on or before your big day. So keep this list with you, and don’t forget to check each number!
It’s so easy to go overboard with details and accents when planning a wedding. But when you find the right balance, everything falls into place beautifully just like this feature. You can never go wrong with starting off with a white base then carefully choosing accent colors to make everything come alive. For Nico and Tracy, they used pops of deep and vibrant tones to match their overall rustic theme. It can be seen in the bridesmaid dresses, reception styling, wedding cake, invitations, and even the bridesmaids’ silk prep dresses. This set from Ivy Tuason Photography reminds us of the classic beauty a simple wedding can bring. Scroll down for more!
There are a number of key elements at every wedding reception table. The flowers, the plateware, the menu cards–these are all staples at a formal table setup. But what if you want to mix these staples up a little, and get them to stand out individually and look more unique? Well, today, we’ve got six ways you can do just that. Get your reception table setting all spruced up with these tips!
Being the content manager for Bride and Breakfast, a big chunk of my job is to scout, review, and write about weddings and all things related to it. So can you just imagine the pressure and excitement I felt when it was my turn to tie the knot?! Inspiration, tips, and ideas just kept coming, and our engagement shoot planning was not spared. Breathtaking destination venues, themes, and gorgeous styling options made it challenging for us to stick to our wedding budget!
So my fiance and I talked and figured out what we both really wanted–a fun, cozy, and authentic engagement shoot that would show off our personalities. We took it from there and started planning one detail at a time. The goal was not to spend so much, but still have a very tasteful and memorable engagement shoot experience. Now, looking at our photos makes us so happy because it reminds us of who we are as a couple, which really should be the purpose of an engagement shoot more than just the aesthetic, right? Here are some tips on how we did it while keeping our wedding budget intact.