Couples incorporate the “something old” wedding tradition to symbolize sentimentality with precious items passed down through generations. Here, we have a couple giving us a wonderful and heartfelt example of this beloved tradition! Luis, the groom, comes from a family that is known and respected for their long tradition of manufacturing the Philippine jeepney. To honor the patriarch of their family and the founder of the iconic jeepney manufacturing company Sarao Motors, Luis and Monique chose an original 1955 jeepney as their bridal vehicle. It’s beautifully painted in white with “Just Married” signs for a fun touch. But more than the details, it’s certainly admirable how Luis and Monique made their intimate wedding even more meaningful by incorporating something valuable not just for them, but for their loved ones as well. Enjoy scrolling through these photos by Oak St. Studios and Michaelangelo Photography.
Photographer: Oak St. Studios and Michaelangelo Photography / Videographer: Ghe Consolacion Event Film Maker / Ceremony Venue: Chapel on the Hill / Reception Venue: Antonio’s / Bride’s Dress: Narisa Velando / Bride’s Shoes: Nine West / Groom’s Attire: Bergamo / Makeup Artist: Trizia Malabanan / Hairstylist: Arci Barcena / Cake Baker: Cake Studio / Stylist, Bouquets, Flowers and Decor: Elora Catering Studio / Invitations and Stationery: Invitations by Ten / Host: RJ Ledesma / Bridal Car: Sarao Motors
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