Prince and Jean have always envisioned exchanging vows in St Benedict Church in Nuvali, and having their reception in Antonio’s Tagaytay. But a month before their special day, the untimely eruption of Taal Volcano happened. This urged the couple to adjust their plans and to move their Tagaytay dream wedding to Manila. As they searched for church and reception alternatives, they stumbled upon St. Alphonsus Mary de Liguori Parish and Blackbird at the Nielson Tower in Makati. The interior elements of these venues brought a sense of elegance to their wedding. The high-ceiling, striking architecture and industrial windows balanced the color hues and minimal accents that the couple chose. The simple styling also allowed bride Jean to standout in her exquisite Teena Sabrina Tan dress, giving their wedding an overall ethereal, modern and romantic feel.
They may not have tied the knot in Tagaytay as planned, but their Manila wedding gave them an emotion-filled and unforgettable day that they will surely treasure forever. Scroll down to see the photos taken by Ralph Lee Photography.
[Note: This wedding happened before the COVID-19 pandemic]