The simplicity and elegance of today’s wedding is just breathtaking. I admire how Miko and Nicole were able to insert classic touches of Filipino elements that made their special day even more refined. The bride’s beautiful Jojie Lloren dress was made out of embroidered pina, and was inspired by Filipino botanical prints. The groom and groomsmen’s gray-green barongs perfectly complemented the bridesmaids’ dresses, made by Rosanna Ocampo. Other gorgeous details are the custom-made Filipino fans and the lovely misalette artwork by Katarina Estrada. But do you know what ties everything together? The decor, signboards, and accessories that were designed by the groom himself. He even hand-painted the florals on their invites! It’s details like these that add such a personal and beautiful touch to a wedding. Go through the photos of Myio Okamato, and don’t forget to watch the tear-jerking video of Ghe Consolacion to witness this amazing celebration.
Photographer: Myio Okamoto / Videographer: Ghe Consolacion Event Film Maker / Ceremony Venue: Montecito Chapel / Reception Venue: Antonio's Tagaytay / Preparation Venue: Sta. Elena Golf & Country Estate / Bride’s Dress: Jojie Lloren / Makeup Artist: Mayesa delos Santos / Hairstylist: Victor Manuel / Bridesmaid Dresses: Rosanna Ocampo / Groom and Groomsmen's Attire: King Philip Tailors / Flower Girls and Bearers' Attire: Zara / Rings: Suarez and Sons / Flowers & Decor: The Flower Farm / Flowers: Greens and Blossoms / Misalette Artwork: Katarina Estrada / Band: MSO String Quartet / Musician: Jo-B Sebastian / Favors: EJ Espiritu / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Bride's Maids & Co. / Wedding Registry: Rustan's / Decor, Signboards, and Accesories: Designed by the Groom / Invitations & Stationery: Kasali by Mela Garcia / Lights and Sounds: DBA Spectrum Audio Concepts / Cake Baker: The Sugar Garden