How did Adonis and Yola pull off an intimate wedding on a 200k budget without a wedding coordinator? Let’s find out! The bride and groom first ditched the pre-nup shoot, as well as having a band at their wedding. Instead, they opted to create their own Spotify wedding playlist. The couple also made the conscious and heartwarming decision to choose local businesses in Bataan as their wedding suppliers. For example, they booked an Airbnb property that funds an orphanage for their wedding preparations, while their wedding reception was held at a newly opened vegan cafe. Further, their cake was baked by a cruise pastry chef whose job was affected by the pandemic, while the bride’s gown was also made by a local atelier.
Most fun of all, guests were asked to wear what they already had in their wardrobe, as long as it matched their favorite sneakers. Due to the liquor ban, Adonis and Yola went for a latte toast—an unconventional, but fitting choice for this resourceful couple! This set by Photography by Regina truly shows the boho industrial theme of the wedding and all the unique details that made it special. Keep scrolling to see more!
Photographer: Photography by Regina / Videographer: De Stijl Images / Ceremony Venue: Cathedral-Shrine Parish of St. Joseph / Reception Venue: Luces Living / Bride’s Dress: Rusty.Geoffrey.Rodel Couture / Bride’s Shoes: Vans / Makeup Artist: Axel Rodriguez / Bouquets: Balay Bella & Co / Event Stylist: Kit De Silva / Cake Baker: Pastry Corner by Frenzy Marie / Catering: Blue Pepper Catering Service / Invitations & Stationery: Arts of Jumpiter / Accessories: Castles & Pastels / Favors: Kalinaw Coffee and Tidy Buddy PH