Because of the pandemic, we’ve seen couples push for smaller, more intimate weddings. Some do it with a heavy heart because they’ve always wanted a big celebration, but for today’s introvert couple, they found bliss in celebrating with only their closest and dearest. With just two months to plan their wedding day, Joemar and Louise chose simple and clean elements that would make their special day look fresh and timeless. The bride wore a minimalist version of a Filipinana gown that she matched with a white, all-rose classic bouquet. Her quiet simplicity complemented the natural and rustic styling of the event beautifully, making this set by Laurence Albay Photography standout. See for yourself!
Photographer: Laurence Albay Photography | Ceremony and Reception Venue: The Blue Cottage Tagaytay | Bride’s Dress: Apartment 8 Clothing | Groom’s Attire: Gardini Fashion Center | Hairstylist and Make Up Artist: Glamformation Makeup by Jesse | Bouquets: Flower Shop City Market, Tagaytay | Catering and Cake Baker: Queensland Catering Services | Invitations and Stationery: DIY – Canva by Bride | Illustration: Lunart Studio