Pat and Liaa were determined to push through with their wedding, despite all the uncertainties of the pandemic. They had to trim down their guests to 50 and used it as an opportunity to make their wedding safer and more meaningful. The bride and groom gave the guests matching masks that were protective and stylish to match the theme of their wedding—if you’re having a pandemic wedding, you might want to consider doing this! Those who couldn’t attend physically were invited to stream the wedding and host Eri Neeman made sure to interact with the virtual guests and make them feel included.
Coming from a creative field herself, Liaa was able to tap her talented friends to help with aspects of the wedding like the invitations, flowers, and wedding cake. It was a great way to make their wedding more personal, while at the same time, helped support their friends’ businesses too! This minimalist, earthy wedding was such a feast for the eyes. The warm-toned looks of the entourage, the greenery, and the simple white church complemented each other, bringing out the beauty in simplicity. These photos by Myio Okamoto Photography perfectly capture the vibrance of Pat and Liaa’s celebration. Scroll along to see more!
Photography: Myio Okamoto Photography / Videographer: Ghe Consolacion Event Film Maker / Ceremony Venue: St. Benedict Church / Reception Venue: The Hills at Silang, Cavite / Bride’s Dress: Aoui Regala Atelier / Bride’s Shoes: ALDO / Groom’s Attire: J Recon Tailors / Hairstylist: Erico Tiongson / Hairstylist and Makeup Artist: Makeup by Odessa / Bouquets: Flora Manila / Flowers & Decor: Yho-an’s Flower Shop / Cake Baker: Sometin’ Baked / Catering: Town’s Delight / Invitations & Stationery: Haath Paper and Command Print / Band: Reniel Idos / Ceremony Musicians: Totally Mesmerized / Host: Eri Neeman / Lights and Sounds: Artuz 101 / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Zenith Events Management