This Couple Got Married in a Restaurant with Minimal Suppliers and No Entourage

This intimate wedding captured by Moki Cruz Photography is not your typical wedding celebration. Carlo and Maxine’s big day had no video coverage, no photobooth, no guest souvenirs, no mother-son and father-daughter dance, no bouquet and garter tradition, no wedding band, and no entourage! With only 66 guests, their wedding was just how they wanted it to be–short, simple, and sentimental. From the ceremony to the reception, the whole celebration only took three hours! Most of the wedding planning was also done by the bride and the groom–from D.I.Y. decorations to the detailed program flow–everything was done with so much love. While most brides may get pressured or overwhelmed with the “shoulds” of planning a wedding, this feature right here reminds you that you can actually design your big day how ever you want.

Photographer: Moki Cruz Photography / Ceremony and Reception Venue: Delicere / Bride’s Dress: Karimadon / Bride’s Shoes: Keds / Hairstylist: Art of Geo / Bouquets: Dangwa Florist / Cake Baker: Judy Uson Cake Artist / Bride’s Veil/Hair Accessories: Receesoon Fashion / Bride’s Jewelry: Fidela PH / Lights and Sounds: JBA Lights and Sounds / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Eventrous Co
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  1. Had been married the same way. In a Chinese restaurant called kowloon west in quezon City Philippines, no entourage, a civil wedding ceremony with 8 witnesseshad 120 guests. All for less than 1000 us dollars. (wedding suit and rings inclused, yup. What matters is not. How much you spend for a. Wedding but how solemn and loving you are towards each other in marriage. That was seven years ago.. 😍😍

  2. Im getting married this December, and I want my wedding to be somewhat like this, can you give me some ideas ?. I would love to hear from you. ❤

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