Sometimes, a wedding doesn’t have to be extravagant to become memorable. Take Gianne and Tina’s wedding for example. Their wedding was celebrated with simplicity, and yet, its beauty and intimacy remained. Perhaps, what a wedding needs is just two people who are madly in love with each other, ready to take their next chapter in life together. Cherryblocks‘ photos prove that the most important moments are when the bride and groom gaze at each other with nothing but love and endearment. Pretty much how love should be, right? Enjoy!
You have to admit, blush will always have the daintiest feel about it. And for today’s beautiful wedding shot by NYAPS photography, we couldn’t help but gush over the sweetness and charm of Max and JJ’s special day. With floral elements and designs sprinkled all over this affair (we love the watercolor invite), we have to say that this load of prettiness will certainly make anyone swoon to the moon and back.
Enjoy your day folks!
What a happy day we have ahead of us! We know how much you love the charming and colorful, so here at B&B, we try to give you inspiration that will make your hearts flutter with delight. Thanks to photographer Nez Cruz, we can gush over Erick and Glady’s beautiful bash. With sugary summer tones of yellow, pink, and green, this wedding will not fail to put anyone in a good mood (the bouquet alone is enough to make me do my happy dance)! And if were talking whimsical chic, Glady’s gown by Zandra Lim is just that! Wooden table numbers, lamps and flowers, and a whole lot of pretty styling by K. by Cunanan make this detailicious affair our Tuesday eye-candy.
Sometimes I have to pinch myself when I wake up to the idea that my job totally rocks. I get to write about beautiful things, somehow celebrate weddings day in and day out (even if almost 90% of the time I have not met these couples), and rewardingly inspire our B&B readers to enjoy love, beauty and style.
Paolo and Patricia’s wedding is shining out bright beams of summery inspiration. With a touch of rustic whimsical calligraphy by The Fozzy Book and pops of greens and yellows everywhere, you’re invited to have a spoonful of sunshine and a pocketful of pretty.
Since we’ve been having super sunny days lately, I think it would be appropriate to feature a sunshine-filled wedding. With bursts of yellow and an extremely radiant bride, this wedding is everything happy, bright and fun. Another thing to love about this wedding is that the couple, John and Criselle made it a point to show their personalities, exercise their creativity, and maximized their resources to achieve the wedding they’ve always dreamed of. Key word: FOOD!
From the bride:
From the beginning, we wanted to work on a theme, not just a color theme; but a theme that speaks of us. We are quite opposites. I am more loud and experimental, John is a bit more serious and conventional. John plays golf, I love to sing. I hate sports, he hates dancing and singing. It started as if there was no common thing we both liked until we realized we just had it right under our nose—John and I love going to the market, eating, cooking and exploring new recipes and personalizing them. So we ended up with the kitchen theme.
To start off, we had our engagement shoot in Robinsons supermarket and a kitchen. Our invite was also quite different, I had a friend create the copy for us. The design had pans and aprons and kitchen stuff on it. Our souvenirs were silver spoons and forks and the backdrop we used for our photobooth had scribbles of salt and pepper shakers. Instead of numbering our tables, we named them— each table was named with either a spice or a herb. Even our bridal registry list was full of kitchen equipment! Our cake topper was also a miniature version of us wearing chefs hats while holding a golf club and a microphone.
Church: St. Alphonsus Mary de Liguori Parish / Reception: Manila Polo Club / Bride’s Gown: Trends Wedding Shoppe / Custom-made Sleeve: Rob Almerol / Headpiece: Anadema / Shoes: Abbylyns in Cubao Expo / Groom’s Attire: Willy Monleon / Bridesmaids: Rob Almerol / Flower Girls: Dress Inn / Photography: Paul Vincent Photography / Videography: Phoeben Teocson / Makeup: Pong Niu / Flowers: Tropical Blooms / Lights and Sounds: Rejectkrew / Music: Manila Philharmonic Orchestra / Cake: Bizu / Cake Topper: Kathleen Ching of Purple Beads / Invitations: Wink