From the beginning, Sep and Sai knew they both wanted a wedding that celebrated their love for each other, as well as for Filipino culture. First, they chose a wedding venue rich with tradition and history. Next, they carefully curated the other details from different regions in the Philippines. They opted for skirts and masks made from Ifugao textiles, coffee bean giveaways from the Mountain Province, and chocolates from Mindanao. The groom’s barong (as well as his groomsmen’s) were also designed to include a moon illustration since his last name, Bulan, is its Ilokano translation. To complement the Filipiniana fashion, the venue was decorated in bold terracotta colors and modern bohemian decor. As you scroll through the photos by GDG Film, you’ll see many details you can take inspiration from for your own special day. Enjoy!
Photographer: GDG Film / Ceremony and Reception Venue: Las Casas Fiipinas de Acuzar / Bride’s Dress: Merlene Marcelo Couture / Bride’s Shoes: M&D Footwear / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Sweet Fashion RTW / Groom’s and Groomsmen’s Attire: Tradisyong Pilipino / Groom’s Shoes: Base London / Hairstylist and Makeup Artist: Makeup by Rhitz Victoria / Bouquets: JSJ Floral Style / Event Stylist and Wedding Coordinator: JM Bustamante Event Styling and Coordination / Cake Baker: Sweet Elegance Bakeshop by Joanne Dilig / Invitations & Stationery: Neonovelties / Bridal Accessories: Ocampo’s Fine Jewelry / Wedding Bands: J’s Diamonds PH / Host: Sir A Events Host / Lights and Sounds: OGV Professional Lights and Sounds / Wedding Planner: Icona Elements Inc.
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