Last Minute Changes Resulted to This Intimate Rustic Wedding

Things don’t always go the way we planned, but sometimes the change in direction takes us exactly where we need to go. Take Elijah and Patricia’s wedding as an example—plans changed and uncertainties arose, but they chose to adapt to the situation. The couple was pleasantly surprised by the show of support from their loved ones and the above and beyond performance of their suppliers. The guest list was trimmed down to less than 50 guests, and the resulting vibe was intimate and sincere. This was complemented by the stylish attire of the entourage. The men donned their best Barong Tagalog, while the women wore jumpsuits in warm, earthy tones. The styling was an effortlessly classic combination of greenery, white blooms, and rustic accents. Check out the photos by Knots and Teddies and see how this couple and their squad of suppliers pulled everything off!

 

Note: This wedding happened before the COVID-19 restrictions

 

 

 

For more wedding vendors, visit our directory

Photographer: Knots and Teddies / Videographer: Wildfire Cinema / Ceremony and Reception Venue; Catering: Sonya's Garden / Bride’s Dress: Princess Cut Couture / Bride’s Shoes: So Fab! / Bride's Reception Shoes: Naturalizer / Makeup Artist: Irene Manigo / Flowers: ThreeSha Flowers Tagaytay / Invitations & Stationery: Silent Beads / Calligraphy: Little Miss Printer / Band: IMusic Strings Ensamble / Host: Ernest Alday Jr. / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Path Weddings and Events / Ceremony Officiant: Pastor Job Wahiman
Tagged: / / / / / / / / / / / / /

The Look

Styles

Venues

Colors

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.