Taking place in the Lio Beach Estate, with a unique, bohemian-inspired setup and altar, John and Aloha wed in fun, romantic style. The wedding setup and their tropical hand-painted wedding cake matched the venue and theme so nicely! When it comes to planning your own big day, make sure all the elements tie together in the end. Another standout detail to take note of is how the bride ditched the classic heel and instead went for white sneakers! So for all the brides-to-be out there who are having a beach or any outdoor wedding, don’t be afraid to go for the more unconventional choice of bridal shoes. And guess what the bridal car was? A jeepney! Fun, full of colors, laughter, and smiles, you’ll enjoy looking through this couple’s special day with all its unique details. Thanks to Rainbowfish Photography for these snaps!
Photographer: Rainbowfish Photography / Venue: Lio Beach Estate / Venue: Casa Kalaw / Venue: Hotel Covo / Venue: Balai Adlao / Bride’s Dress: Jen Caumeran / Groom’s Attire: J.E. & Co. / Hair and Makeup: JG Clemente / Hair and Makeup: Eugene Ibay / Event Styling: Floraison / Cake Baker: Castillo Fuentes / Catering: Chef Rico of Casa Kalaw / Invitations: Luimara Vitor / Acoustics: Mike Hular / DJ: Edison Arandia / Ceremony Officiant: Pastor Bernard Rosal / Resort Manager/Coordinator: Maan Castro / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: John Rostum / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: La Cuisina de Wisteria / Afterparty Bar: Manille Club