This Couple Mixed Dainty Details and Bold Colors for a Sophisticated Look

The beauty of this celebration can be found both in its simplicity and attention to detail. Santiago and Joanne opted for an all white and green floral styling, which created a clean and subtle backdrop for all the intricate details they incorporated in this tasteful event. The dainty pattern and beading of the bride’s Vania Romoff dress was beautifully complemented by the bold colors of her bridesmaids’ dresses. In the same way, the groom stood out with his red tie against his groomsmen who wore neutral suits. Striking the right balance was the key in this beautiful day. Scroll down to see what I’m talking about through this set from Myio Okamoto.

This Couple Mixed Dainty Details and Bold Colors for a Sophisticated Look

Photographer: Myio Okamoto / Videographer: Ian Celis / Bride’s Dress: Vania Romoff / Ceremony and Reception Venue: Antonio's / Preparation Venue: Anya Resorts / Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Men's Warehouse / Bridal Robe and Bridesmaid Dresses: Kariz Polintan / Makeup Artist: Martin Alonzo / Event Stylist: Creative Designs by Stan
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The Look


  1. Hello! may i know what color is the bridesmaids dresses the deep red ones and the type of garment. Thank you very much.

    1. Hi Cathlyn, the color of the dark dresses look like its wine red. But just to be sure, we’ll leave your comment here in case the couple sees it so they can chime in. You may also try asking any of the relevant suppliers listed above. Enjoy planning your wedding!

  2. What a sophisticated and romantic wedding! The customized wedding stamps idea of the couple adds to the sophistication and elegance! Where could they have this made? Thank you.

    1. Thanks for your inquiry! We’re sorry, but the suppliers list the couple gave are all that we have. We’ll leave your comment here, and hopefully if the bride sees it, she can chime in. Thanks!

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