This Bride Tells Us How She Planned a Wedding with a Modern Yet Timeless Vibe!

Most recently married couples would agree—planning a wedding during a pandemic is not easy. Carlos and Alin were no exception, as they conquered countless changes with their ceremony venue, guest count, and even their wedding date. Uncertainties made the process a little more difficult, but this couple managed to pull off a tasteful and modern wedding filled with meaningful details. It was a symphony of muted hues, timeless styling, and fine food and service. The clear focus of the festivities was the love of the happy couple, who were also the hosts of the reception, and their happiness to be reunited with their closest family and friends.

Make sure you don’t miss the back details of this bride’s dress—a mixed media dream of pleated crepe, tulle, crystal fringe, and a feather! Be ready to bask in the love and attention to detail in every frame as you scroll through the photos by Nicolai Melicor Photography. Enjoy all the feels from this heartwarming set as you read through some words from the beautiful bride!

"Our top priority was fun and good vibes because we felt like we all deserved a happy break from this crazy pandemic." - Alin, Bride

"In a sketch of 10, we picked option A. He [Martin Bautista] had to convince me, but I’m so glad I listened. He said that if he were a girl, this would be the exact dress he would wear." - Alin, Bride

"We didn’t hire an event stylist. We got the help of our friend and Groom’s Best Man to help us with our flowers and decors instead." - Alin, Bride

"We wanted it to feel like a Sunday lunch vibe, a reunion of our closest family and friends, with us as the hosts." - Alin, Bride

"In the end, on our big day, all our worries disappeared because God (also Marge Montemayor) is in control. His plans are waaaay better than ours." - Alin, Bride

Photography: Nicolai Melicor Photography / Videographer: Ghe Consolacion Event Film Maker / Ceremony Venue: Madonna del Divino Amore Quasi-Parish / Reception Venue: Antonio’s Restaurant / Hairstylist: Jaymar Lahaylahay / Makeup Artist: Mayesa Delos Santos / Bride’s Dress: Martin Bautista / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Caca Siapno / Jewelry: OYP Jewelry / Flowers & Decor: The Flower Farm Corporation / Branding: Mike Parker / Creatives: Annie Llanes / Calligraphy: Junella Atienza / Invitations & Stationery: Bindmaster / Lights & Sounds: High Impact Events Enterprise / Music: Anima Choir and Strings / Cake Baker: Gluten Free Manila by Liza del Rosario / Daytime Disco: Javi Vargas / Souvenirs: Spacetastic / Wedding Planning/Coordination: Marge Arellano Montemayor

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