Details in the Fabric

Guests in every wedding wait with bated breath to see the bride. It is, after all, her big day (sorry grooms, but you know it’s true)! Mike and Andrea’s wedding was definitely no exception. I can just imagine the gasping of breaths and the widening of eyes when this particular bride walked down the aisle of Santuario de San Antonio. Andrea was positively glowing in her magnificent Veluz gown! The back had an exquisite lace detail sewn on fabric so sheer it was almost invisible. Topped off with a sprinkle of pearl buttons and a pretty cream bow tied and clasped with a brooch, it is so beautiful I can just cry at the genius of it!

Please brace yourselves as I regain my composure, and enjoy these photos by the brilliant Oly Ruiz of Metrophoto.

Photographer: Metrophoto / Brideโ€™s Dress: Veluz / Groomโ€™s Attire: Ermenegildo Zegna / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Kutchie Zaldarriaga / Videographer: Bob Nicolas / Ceremony Venue: Santuario de San Antonio / Reception Venue: The Blue Leaf Events Pavilion / Host: Atom Ungson / Catering: Audrey Tanco-Uy of Bizu / Bridesmaid Dresses: Debbie Co / Lighting: Anna Cabalu of DACS / Flowers & Decor: Nikki Chatto of King Louis Flowers / Makeup Artist: Emer Buenaventura / Invitations & Stationery: Printsonalities
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  1. Hi! I’d like to ask cos I’m having my wedding in Sanctuario De San Antonio as well on January 2015… I was wondering if sleeveless is allowed during the ceremony? ‘Cos they mentioned to us upon reserving how we had to show a sketch of the gown and it cannot be sleeveless or what? But I saw in the pictures above that it’s not a problem? Thank you so much!

    1. Hi Steph! We’re not sure. But I suggest that if you need a gown with sleeves for Santuario de San Antonio, have your designer make a cover up with sleeves that you can take off when needed.

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