To say that “there is no difficulty that love will not conquer” may be easier said than done. Can you imagine pushing through with your dream wedding despite a volcanic eruption, a pandemic, and even after losing someone in your family? In the midst of adversity, it is inevitable to lose heart and hope. For Nikko and Pauline however, it was love that kept them strong. Even before they got to say their wedding vows, this couple already demonstrated what it’s like to be there for each other, through the good and bad. Their wedding motif: hints of blue and grey with a minimalistic touch was said to capture their personalities as a couple. From envisioning a big, grand wedding with 220 guests, they ended up pushing through with an intimate, yet romantic celebration with 43 guests. Though a smaller wedding than planned, their love for each other was magnified as they chose to conquer these hardships together. Check out all the smiles and laughter despite all the chaos caught perfectly on this special day by Pearl Studio by Jaja Samaniego.
Photographer: Pearl Studio by Jaja Samaniego, Ceremony Venue: St. Benedict’s Parish, Reception Venue: Angelfields Nature Sanctuary, Caterer: Bizu, Hair and Makeup Artist: Sari Campos, Wedding Coordinator: Kiss the Girl Events, Flowers and Decors: Little Dried Studio, Lights and Sounds: Artuz 101, Bride’s Dress: Heleyna Bridal, Groom’s Attire: Joemar Habana, Invitation: Neonovelties, Jewelry: J’s Diamond, Preparetion Venue: The Park Silang