This Couple’s Grand Budapest Hotel Wedding Proves Why It’s Okay to Go for a Non-Traditional Theme

You’ve probably heard us use the phrases, “Don’t be afraid to go non-traditional,” or “Incorporate your personalities in your big day,” and today, I am so happy to show you a couple who was literally able to bring those words to life! Jeian and Maika wanted their wedding to reflect who they are as a couple–fun, relaxed, and artsy–and with the help of some amazing suppliers, definitely pulled of a memorable Grand Budapest Hotel themed wedding. Their wedding was reminiscent of the Wes Anderson classic’s colors and aesthetic, and I can’t help but applaud their decision to stay true to themselves. So don’t feel like you need to stick with what’s out there and whatever the norm is. If it’s just not you, scrap it, and go with your gut. See how everything worked out wonderfully for this couple through ProudRad‘s photos below.

This Couple's Grand Budapest Hotel Wedding Proves Why It's Okay to Go for a Non-Traditional Theme for Your Big Day

Photographer: Proudrad / Videographer: Notion in Motion / Ceremony Venue: Christ the King Parish Church / Reception Venue: Whitespace Makati / Bride's Dress 1: Monique Lhuillier / Bride's Dress 2: Martin Bautista / Groom’s Attire: Ziggy Savella / Bridesmaid Dresses: Esme Palaganas / Flower Girl Dresses: Esme Palaganas / Makeup Artist: Anton Patdu / Hairstylist: Boggy Diaz / Event Stylist: Gideon Hermosa / Church Florist and Stylist: She Dreams in Ink / Catering: Cibo di Marghi / Invitations, Graphics, Printed Collateral: Adworks Manila / Lights, Sounds, Staging: LX Events Pro / Band: 3rd Avenue / DJ: Kouta Kutsuma / DJ: Marco See / Host: Jade Sison / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Jen Lim of The Wedding Co / Bar: Sandy Cheers
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