A Picturesque Civil Wedding Against the Tacloban Sunset

Today’s wedding feature is a proof that micro-weddings are definitely Pinterest-worthy! Brian and Nika were one of the couples who had to downsize and alter their wedding plans in light of the pandemic. Instead of their original plan to do a church wedding, they opted to push through with a civil union ceremony in a picturesque garden venue in Tacloban, with the sea and sunset as their backdrop. Since they downsized, they literally had only one beautifully-set table at their reception reserved for their nearest and dearest. We can’t help but swoon over the floral arrangement, naked cake, and the use of Bilao, a traditional Filipino flat round-shaped rice winnower, as a standout element in their table setting. Soon-to-weds, scroll down the gorgeous shots of Rommel Cabrera below because this micro-wedding is definitely a peg.

A Picturesque Civil Wedding Against the Tacloban Sunset

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Photographer: Rommel Cabrera / Reception Venue and Caterer: Kitchen 2K Tacloban / Event Stylist: Andrea's Floral Basket / Hair and Makeup: Ryan Pensona / Cake Baker: Angelcakes Baking Co.
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