Amidst the hype on modern and urban chic weddings, some couples still opt for the traditional-close-to-home theme. There is just something uniquely breathtaking about this Vigan wedding. For one, the reception area is unbelievable, table after table stretches out along the street of historic wonderland. A kalesa for a bridal car and getting hitched in the town’s famous St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral are among some things that make Ryan and Patch’s wedding about family, culture, and embracing their roots.
This wedding invite gets an A+ for its creativity, romantic-feel, and elegance.
One of my favorites for this wedding are the entourage gowns. The MOH gown = definitely divine. A nude-colored chiffon dress with an accent of a giant satin ribbon clasped by a gem brooch. LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!
The thing with Paul Cabral’s work is that if you’re familiar with it, you’ll definitely know it’s his even a mile away. There is just something about how it falls and fits that makes it worth every penny. Aaaahh… I can’t rave enough on how classy the gowns of the entourage are. From the color, the style, the details, and everything in between–this is why Paul Cabral is known for his impeccable fitting and elegant approach on design.
To see more of Vigan and our gorgeous couple, this video is a must-watch!
Videography: MG Digital / Photographer: Philip Sison and Eddie Boy Escudero / Ceremony: St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral / Reception: Vigan Heritage Village / Gown: Inno Sotto / Groom’s Barong: Paul Cabral / Entourage: Paul Cabral / Flowers: Francis Flores of Hidden Garden and Zenas Pineda / Coordinator: Bride’s Maid and Co. / Catering: Nick of Candon Bistro and Chef Red of I Am Chef Catering / Cake: Heny Sison