Stuck having to choose between a church wedding and a beach wedding? Well, it’s possible to do both! Louie and Meg were wed in a church, then had their reception at the beach just five minutes away. Their special day was filled with so many fun, thoughtful, and consistent details that made their wedding stand out. The warm orange tones Louie and Meg chose looked great with every backdrop—the blue ocean, the cream sand, and the green trees too. Even the church, which was a stunning crimson! The fresh reception setup was laid-back, perfect for this chill and intimate wedding.
The couple also incorporated eco-friendly details into their wedding. For instance, their bouquets were crafted from recycled materials, made to bloom forever. The bride’s gorgeous v-neck gown with a scoop back and the groom’s khaki suit were also rented! This is another detail that can help your wedding be more environmentally-friendly. Finally, they included meaningful touches like their customized rings which make up the world map when combined. If you’re looking for inspiration for an eco-friendly wedding or one at the beach, scroll through these photos by Ivy Palomares Photography to see more!
Photographer: Ivy Palomares Photography / Videographer: Cinemarana Films / Ceremony Venue: St. Joseph Marello Chapel Laiya / Reception Venue: Klub Keluarga Resort / Hairstylist and Makeup Artist: Sarah Aguado / Bouquets: Accents & Petals / Event Stylist: Bryan Luthero / Cake Baker: Daniel’s Bakeshop / Band: Minus-2 Acoustic / Host: Grace Dimapilis-Garcera / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Illustrative Events