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25
Jan

Epitome of Elegance

Posted by Janna Simpao

Remember my post on my friend Saying Yes to the Dress? Well today will be more than just that gorgeous Vera. Today is about Miguel and Tisha’s winter wonder wedding in Macau.

I have been looking forward to this wedding for months. Tisha and I would meet up constantly to plan, conceptualize styles and put in some house design talks in between! Unfortunately, two days before my flight out, I had to tell Tisha I was not allowed by the doctor to travel (preggy issues)! BOO.

The show must go on and my friend would definitely walk that aisle with an amazing dress, accompanied by a beautiful entourage, as the love of her life waits to be wed to the woman of his dreams. Tasteful and elegant would be an understatement. 50 years from now, we will still gush over this day.

Really loving Nicole’s jewelry! Each necklace was designed based on the styles of the entourage dress. We got to pick out the stones and they were pure prettiness! Tisha gave the necklaces as gifts to her gal pals–what a cute idea!

Reception: Four Seasons Hotel Macau / Photographer: Mangored / Videographer: MG Digital / Gown: Vera Wang / Suit: Ermenegildo Zegna / Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Entourage Gown Designs: Janna Simpao and Bride / Execution: Lyn Lagdameo / Entourage Jewelry: Nicole Whisenhunt / Make-up: Lourd Ramos



12 thoughts on “Epitome of Elegance

  1. I heard I missed a pretty good party! You looked so pretty btw! The make-up was amazing, and of course your dress and jewelry turned out pretty well considering the minimal fittings! I am expecting an equally elegant and stylish wedding from you (in the future)!

  2. JCK Forbes printed the invitations but it was the bride who designed it! Here’s a tip: Many different invitations company can print such elegant invites. Key is for you to just show them a very simple peg! :)

  3. Thank you so much for getting back to me right away. Thanks for the tip as well. Are the invites above embossed? It’s been so difficult to find embossed invitations at reasonable prices. Invitations are not priority for me, yet, I would still like to get what I want at a reasonable price.

    Your blog has been very helpful and informative for us brides-to-be! Thank you! :)

  4. Dear Anonymous,

    I am not sure if it is embossed. But I know what you mean when you say they are expensive! Maybe you can try general printing shops instead of invitations companies to see if they can offer a better rate. If I find a company with a reasonable price I will definitely let you know! Thank you for supporting B&B! Have fun wedding planning!

  5. Ohhhh so it was her wedding at the Four Seasons Macau =) We were staying there during the holiday season and there were 2 Pinoy weddings.

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