Bride and Breakfast: Top 20 Weddings of 2011 and 2012

So this is the first time were doing this, but it’s about time we did! Every year, we see so many beautiful weddings. Day after day, we get to write about all the wonderful stories, stare at gorgeous details and daydream the afternoon away. Well, this post is a summary of our best days here in Bride and Breakfast. We’ve come up with our favorite weddings of 2011 and 2012 because these affairs certainly earned the right to be swooned over–again, and again, and again. We tried to have a good mix of different styles and themes, so we hope you’ll find one or two (or all) weddings to be inspired with today. We deem this a fitting way to bid the year goodbye and welcome a new batch of drop-dead amazing weddings.

So enough talking… here are the B&B Top 20 Weddings of 2011 and 2012 (in no particular order)!

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This Parisian affair made our jaws drop! A gorgeous couple with an equally gorgeous fête. [Christian and Stephanie / Pat Dy Photography]

Sunny and sweet. This beach wedding is sprinkled with cute details. Totally loving the shell bouquet! [Karym and Mabeth / Mark Cantalejo]

Youthful and quirky. We just adore the bridesmaid and flower girl dresses for this celebration. Long live hipster! [Angelo and Rin / Cherry Blocks Photography]

Simply chic. This bride’s gown made a lot of our readers drool with envy! And it’s not everyday you get married under a tree. [Jun and Vanessa / MangoRed]

Dreaming of some winter wonderland whimsy? This affair is exquisite in every way. Don’t you just love the bride’s fur wrap? Elegant and enchanting. [Miguel and Tisha / MangoRed]

Colorful gowns that match some colorful embellished bouquets? Not for the faint-hearted, but definitely for those who love their hues. Seashore serendipity if you ask me! [Robertson and Katharine / RedMonkey Studios]

There’s always room for a fashionable wedding in our list. This one is a favorite! [Paolo and Rissa / J Lucas Reyes]

Wondering why people all over the world come to our beaches to say their I do’s? Well this sandy sweethearts’ big day is certainly a testament to the beauty of a destination wedding. [Sam and Danike / Benjie Tiongco]

We never thought that black would look amazing in a garden setting. Now we do. Everything about this wedding screams class! [TJ and Marga / Pat Dy Photography]

And the winner of best applique for a wedding gown goes to… [Conrad and Margaux / Pat Dy Photography]

The bride who wore that gorgeous Elie Saab dress certainly got our attention. [Hubert and Hazel / MangoRed]

Fabulous weddings are made of fabulous details. Feminine and festive, just the way we like it! [Duke and Irene / Metrophoto]

Rustic charm makes us dream of splendidly sweet summer weddings. [Joel and Christine / Kent Lazarraga of Orange Studio]

Nothing is more regal than a wedding with gold details and a gorgeous venue. [Howard and Lada / Nelwin Uy]

Fun and funky. Sometimes it’s good to have a little bit of crazy and a whole lot of cuteness. We loved the invitations for this one. [Jayjay and Feliz / Imagine Nation Photography]

Just because pink makes the world a better place. So do flats. [Chris and Diane / Nelwin Uy]

A celebrity wedding that has been a favorite of many of our readers. [Oyo and Kristine / Nelwin Uy]

Because SoCal is so awesome. Detail heaven I tell ya! [Mark and Linette / Mark Cantalejo]

The most understated affairs can be the most swoon-worthy ones. We can’t get over this wedding–it’s pure prettiness! [Patrick and Patty / Jorem and Sheila Catilo Photography]

Traditional does not mean boring! A Filipiniana gown can certainly make heads turn, especially if it’s as gorgeous as this one. [Nicolo and Izza / MangoRed]

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  1. How come the post featuring the wedding in Shangri-La Boracay (the one with dragon boats, fireworks and sky lanterns, etc) is not working anymore?

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