Move over brides, our stars for today are these little munchkins and they are sooooo ready to steal the spotlight! We've go all sorts of ideas for your flower girls, loves! So get ready! Sit back, relax, and just absorb the cuteness!Can you make it through this post without saying the word "cute"?1. This lovely little fellow is ready for her telenovela. We can't handle that look!!! See this pastel beach wedding here! [Photo: J Lucas Reyes]2. How about dressing them similar to you? These little mini me's are way too adorable! See this white wedding here! [Photo: Green and Purple Photos]3. Some tulle tenderness from this cheeky little tot? I just want to hug her forever! More adorableness in this sleek nude wedding here. [Photo: Metrophoto]4. Why not a coconut girl instead of a flower girl for a beach wedding? What a neat idea! The full gallery of this blue seaside wedding is here! [Photo: Jaja Samaniego]5. Layers of fabric and cuteness! What a total cutie! P.S. - Check out that face!!! Oooh those puppy dog eyes! See this elegant blush wedding here. [Photo: Metrophoto]6. This look reminds me so much of the Von Trapp family! Cue in the song Eidelweiss and my Sound of Music reminiscing will be complete! Check out this elegant and rustic garden wedding here! [Photo: Pat Dy Photography]7. This simple white long-sleeved dress is refreshing to look at! Definitely perfect for a laid back beach or garden wedding. Check out this hip and cool beach wedding right here! [Photo: Paopao Sanchez]8. Baby's breath paired with this baby pink tulle dress is too charming! See this sophisticated garden wedding here! [Photo: Francis Perez]9. This one is definitely double the cuteness! That turquoise dress filled with frills spells chic adorableness! Check out this turquoise wedding over here! [Photo: Marlon Capuyan]10. How about dressing your little girls with beaming bright dresses such as this bunch? Check out this bright red orange garden wedding here! [Photo: Teki Diaz]11. A lace-y dress and blue floral crown, with the sweetest smile? I just love this whole flower girl look! More of this little cutie in this bridal collection!12. Ahhh, I can't help but smile with this cute chubster! See this mint green wedding over here! [Photo: J Lucas Reyes]13. Printed dresses with a huge flower headband for that country charm feel? That's a yes for me! Full set of this charming country wedding over here! [Photo: David Hanson for Enoxx]14. A modern Little Mermaid? I adore this frill-y dress! So stylish and fab! See this colorful and playful affair here! [Photo: Jorem and Sheila Catilo]15. Or making them hold signages for the groom to see! Definitely a different but cute take on a flower girl! See this D.I.Y. wedding over here! [Photo: Nicolai Melicor]16. This glower girl dressed up in a baby blue tulle dress is such a delight to look at! And can I just say... Those precious eyes!!! Check out this Tagaytay wedding here. [Photo: Cherryblocks]17. A sparkling gold dress might do the trick! Check out this little cutie! See this gold wedding over here! [Photo: Pat Dy]18. Can I have this flower girl for my wedding? Too much cuteness in one photo!!! See this soft-hued wedding right here. [Photo: Nez Cruz]So tell me, were you able to hold back the word "cute"? I definitely did not!Whether you are dressing your flower girls with flower crowns, tulle dresses, or bright colors, I hope you were able to grab a peg or two from this post!
Jan 14, 2015
In "Tips and Trends"
Aside from looking for the perfect dress for your big day, you also have to hunt for that right mix of flowers to match your personality! So whether you're a D.I.Y. kind of girl, the sweet and romantic type, or the fierce bride, we've got you covered! Here's a showcase of 21 of the prettiest blooms!1. This pretty bouquet by Gideon Hermosa is one vibrant bundle--we're mesmerized! See more of this ruby romance here. [Photo: ProudRad]2. How about a paper flower bouquet from Candidly Pretty by Koni Esteban? Check out this Coachella wedding! [Photo: We Do It For Love]3. Here's proof that you can put anything pretty on your bouquet! Beads and printed patterns? We love this bundle from April and Karen Yu! See this country feel wedding here! [Photo: David Hanson for Enoxx]4. This Teddy Manuel creation is all kinds of pretty! See more of his bouquets here.5. Pink Peonies will always look precious any time of the day! This bouquet by Serge Igonia of Loi Floral Sense is love! More of this pink wedding here. [Photo: CamZar Photography]6. This white and peach bouquet by Cuckoo Cloud Concepts is pure perfection! We also love how that orchid stem added so much flair to the bouquet! You have to check out this midnight blue wedding here! [Photo: Marlon Capuyan]7. Or how about Heart Evangelista's simple yet elegant white bouquet by Badang Rueda?8. I totally adore the fact that the bridesmaids helped out in making this colorful beauty! Check out this Baguio wedding here! [Photo: Chapter One Studios]9. This red wonder by Spruce Floral Designs is captivating! It's definitely not your ordinary bouquet! See more of our Beauty and the Beloved editorial shoot here. [Photo: J Lucas Reyes]10. We are totally in love with this bouquet of black calla lilies by Pink Flora Flowers! Perfect for that edgy bride, yes? See this beautiful beach wedding here. [Photo: Rock Paper Scissors]11. We'd say yes to these Gideon Hermosa creations a thousand times! More of this pastel beach wedding over here! [Photo: RedMonkey Studios]12. Okay, this Vatel Manila bouquet is dreamland to us. Excuse us as we float away! [Photo: La Belle Fete Weddings and Events]13. How can you not fall in love with this candy-colored bouquet by Todd Oshiro of Always Flowers?! See this Hawaii wedding here! [Photo: MangoRed]14. This cascading gem by Thirty One Events for Saab Magalona is pink and green gorgeousness in all angles! See this celebrity wedding here! [Photo: J Lucas Reyes]15. A soft and sweet bundle perfect for the sweetest bride! See more dainty details in this Sonoma wedding here! [Photo: Ian Celis Productions]16. White has a way of giving off that understated elegance, don't you think? A beautiful bouquet by Teddy Manuel! See more of this beach wedding here! [Photo: Jaja Samaniego]17. We're smitten by this Bluebarn creation! More from this elopement editorial here! [Photo: Nelwin Uy]18. White with a mix of green and some hints of brown? Vatel Manila never ceases to amaze us! Check out this beautiful white wedding here! [Photo: Green and Purple Photos]19. This Amante Fleurs creation is such a feast to the eyes! [Photo: La Belle Fete Weddings and Events]20. A sunshine-y bouquet for a summer wedding? Hmmm, why not? See this sweet and elegant wedding here! [Photo: Paolo Feliciano]21. We certainly love everything about this romantic bouquet by Spruce Floral Designs! More of this beyond-gorgeous Boracay wedding here! [Photo: J Lucas Reyes]Now tell us, which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comment box below!
Mar 18, 2015
In "Tips and Trends"
Nothing does it like a detailicious affair to end the week with a bang. I can't even begin telling you how much I love this wedding. In fact, I'd even say it's one of my favorites so far. It is casual but elegant, effortless and fun. Weddings like this inspire subtle creativity and understated charm. The best part about it is that it was definitely a DIY affair. With the help of family and friends this proves that one can't buy style! If you have it, you have it! This wedding HAS IT.And can I just rave for a minute about the awesome photography of Paul Vincent. I am loving his style and lighting technique. Reminds me of US wedding photography. Smittened would be the best word to describe what I'm feeling today.The baby's breath bouquet is starting to get popular in the wedding scene. It's fresh, simple, but still creative.One must remember that food also requires aesthetics. How it is presented will add to a wedding's beauty and feel. Having a nice wooden table such as this and wooden boards for the appetizers will give a rustic feel to the event. Style is not just found in one element in a wedding, it has to be consistent and cohesive wherever people look.Add small accents such as cute cookie jars or a beverage counter with colorful bottles and uniquely shaped drink jars. These add to a detailed look. These twisted twigs are so lovely. The guests sure had some eye-candy as they witnessed the ceremony of Ron and Anima. Having your bridesmaids involved in the preps will make it a more meaningful experience for them. How yummy and pretty is this cake? One thing I truly love about this wedding is that everything didn't have to be matchy-matchy for it to look put together. It had the right amount of detail, color and character. Well done with the style bride! Have you considered getting into the wedding industry?A must-read from the bride: Our Manila wedding was a tribute to the elements of our civil ceremony in New York. Before we moved to Manila, Ron proposed to me at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. One week later, we rode our bikes from Brooklyn, where we lived, to Manhattan City Hall. We crossed the Brooklyn Bridge in our wedding garb—me in a white dress and a veil and bouquet I made myself, him in a suit; my bike basket decked out with white baby's breath and the back of his bike with a "Just Married" sign. After the ceremony (which lasted all of 40 seconds), we celebrated with cake and champagne on a park bench with only two friends. It was such a spirited, meaningful moment, and we wanted our Manila wedding to have the same creative, personal feel.This was, in effect, a total DIY wedding, and it was all about the details. We found an incredible backdrop (Hacienda Isabella), and really, really thought about what to put in every single square inch of that place ourselves. It was an intimate production involving our closest family and friends: My best friend's mom did the bridal and entourage dresses and my best friend, a jewelry designer, took care of my jewelry. We designed the invitations and souvenir canvas bags ourselves (using a tandem bike as our emblem) and had it done at with non-wedding vendor. I was obsessed with handstamping and held craft parties with cheese and wine to bribe friends into stamping everything from the misalettes to the cookie bags. My mom and I went on field trips to Divisoria and Dangwa to choose the right flowers and glass bottles, which my mom arranged; my bridal bouquet that was a simple bouquet of baby's breath/millestar, a tribute to my bike basket in NY. My mother-in-law shipped mason jars from the US and my brother-in-law surprised us with lanterns from Thailand. My dad, who is a filmmaker, did the most incredible video tribute to our journey as a couple. We allowed everyone to bring their own creativity to the table, making it just as personal, memorable, and meaningful as the day we crossed our bikes across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York. Bride's Gown: Rosalyn Lagdameo / Entourage: Rosalyn Lagdameo / Photography: Paul Vincent / Videography/AVP: Tikoy Aguiluz (bride's father) / Makeup: Cindy Pineda of Shu Uemura Rockwell / Caterer: Hacienda Isabella , Santi's Tagaytay and Galileo Enoteca / Souvenirs, Styling: Bride / Flowers: Minky Aguiluz (bride's mother) / Cake: Heny Sison / Fireworks - Dragon Fireworks
Aug 20, 2010
In "Real Weddings"