You might think that an all-black wedding can’t be warm and inviting, but this backyard wedding photographed by Collective Memory proves otherwise! When Josh and Trish got engaged, the groom only had two requests: that everyone wear black but the bride, and that the couple be married in time for their third anniversary. However, the day before the wedding, new COVID-19 restrictions were announced, and it poured non-stop from morning to night. The couple, their guests, and their suppliers were extremely worried, but miraculously, the sun shone the next day and the wedding pushed through! Josh and Trish were married by a priest close to their hearts, surrounded by 26 family members and friends. Their two fur babies made it to the festivities too! The black ensembles of the guests made the beautiful bride stand out and contrasted well against the succulents and greenery. Breathtaking views, the classic scheme, and the cozy backyard style really made this wedding picture-perfect. You’ll definitely want to take inspiration from it, so keep scrolling to see more!
Photographer: Collective Memory / Videographer: Van Mariano Visuals / Ceremony Venue: Transfiguration Chapel of Caleruega / Reception Venue: Ricarte’s Hill Garden Resort / Bride’s Dress & Bridesmaid Dresses: Dandy Temporosa Couture / Groom’s Attire: Arvox Tailoring Mang Roger / Hairstylist and Makeup Artist: Makeup by Krystle Bonus / Bouquets, Flowers, and Decor: Sublime by Fionna Linsangan / Catering: Agot’s Restaurant & Catering Service / Host: Hosting by Meriel Faye / Lights and Sounds: Blackbox Audiosystems / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Moments & Milestones Events by Fionna and Faye