This Intimate Wedding Used Interesting Elements from Filipino Culture

Adrian and Cherish have been together for a total of eight years before finally becoming husband and wife. Truly, this is a milestone worth celebrating after the many ups and downs of their long-distance relationship and the challenges of wedding planning during a pandemic. This couple personalized their intimate wedding in a meaningful way by incorporating local elements such as handmade Abaniko from Bicol, mangoes from Zambales as favors, and of course the groom wearing his barong and the radiant bride in her modern terno. The flowy fabric and the slit make the dress look so chic! Cherish also crafted the invitations written in Tagalog herself. The finer details can really bring your theme to life, and sometimes simplicity is the key to making your wedding aesthetic pretty and cohesive. Get some inspiration from Adrian and Cherish as you scroll through their wedding photos by ABA Photography.

Photographer and Videographer: ABA Photography / Ceremony Venue: St. Catherine of Alexandria Parish Church / Reception Venue: Augustus Hotel and Convention Center / Bride’s Dress and Groom’s Attire: Disenyo Pandi / Makeup Artist: Mico Sula / Hairstylist: Joshua Castro / Bridesmaids Hairstylist and Makeup Artist: Kenneth Mesa / Bridesmaid Dresses: Saitamashop / Cake Baker, Event Stylist, Bridal Car, Wedding Coordinator: The Best Event / Flowers and Decor, Bouquets: GlaMer Blossoms / Band: Potpot and Friends by Angel Payad / Host: Jumer Maila Miranda / Guest Book, Vow Books: Witty Will Save the World Co. / Lights and Sounds: Joseph Guevarra Lights and Sounds / Favors: Bicol Goods by Aranel Nebreja

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