JJ and Tal both have an affinity for the old-world European aesthetic which they decided to use as a theme for their wedding–the culmination of their 14-year relationship. As an art creative, Tal was in charge of illustrating and designing all their wedding collaterals from the invites, to the mass missalettes, and menu cards (all printed on handmade paper!) to their giveaway packaging and assembly. While JJ, on the other hand, as a private chef of the ambassador to the European Union, was in charge of ensuring that the food was superb. His culinary school: Enderun Colleges was also where they had their reception. On top of that, the couple even took pottery classes to make handmade coffee cups as giveaways for their guests! They even gave out hand fans and branded alcohol spray bottles featuring their signature print. Through this wedding, it is evident that the attention to finer details is a major factor in bringing your theme together. Scroll through these photographs taken by Oak St. Studio to see how everything turned out thanks to the couple’s personal touch and eye for beauty.
Photographer: Oak St. Studio, Videographer: Sorrelle Isles Films Co., Ceremony Venue: Nuestra Senora De Gracia, Reception Venue: The Tent Gardens at Enderun Colleges, Bride’s and Bridesmaids Dresses: Micah Lacap Design Studio, Groom’s Attire: Cornell’s Tailoring, Hairstylist: Reggie Escolin, Event Stylist: Moki Grey, Flowers: Bloomsway Flower Shop and Samantha’s Flower Shop, Cake: Joey Lucio, Invitations and Stationery: Printing by Haath Paper, Calligraphy: Jenica Sy, Musicians: Manila String Machine, Furniture Rental: Forrent, Favors: Bumi and Ashe, Wedding Coordinator: Day One Project, Plate Chargers: Celestial Gatherings, Giveaway Printing: Micrografx Enterprise Corp., String Lights: Tagaytay Stringlights, Photobooth: Baicapture, Zoom Livestream: Fotograb, Cocktail Food: Bucky’s and Potato Corner, Menu Paper: Soulpaperie