Malvin and Mhylin’s love for Filipino culture and tradition is a known fact among their relatives and friends. It was no surprise for their nearest and dearest that this couple chose to pay homage to our heritage for their special day. Mhylin is also a Filipino teacher, so the Filipiniana theme is truly more than fitting! For their wedding, this couple reminds us of how a traditional fiesta is celebrated within a community especially since their reception was held in the bride’s own residence. They had a spread of kakanin to share, they played well-loved childhood games like pabitin, and of course, they dressed the part in a modern terno and barong. Malvin and Mhylin’s wedding is indeed one of the most genuine and lively images of the Filipiniana theme! For more inspiration, scroll through these photos by Jason Espinosa Digital Arts.
Photographer, Videographer: Jason Espinosa Digital Arts / Ceremony Venue: Our Lady of Mercy Parish / Bride’s Dress: Princess Kisha Boutique / Bride’s Shoes: Parisian / Bridal Robe: Omar Perez Couture / Bridesmaid Dresses, Groomsmen Attire: Dresscode by A.Y.A / Groom’s Attire: Jennifer’s Barong and Gown / Hairstylist and Makeup Artist, Parents’ Attire: Jhe-cka Haute Couture and Makeup Artist / Hairstylist and Makeup Artist: Rica Manalo, Cedric D. Sulit / Bouquets, Flowers and Decor, Event Stylist, Catering: Mharkie’z Events / Cake Baker: Mikurtzel Custom Cakes / Jewelry: Benny & Zenny Wedding Ring / Host: Greg Baliwag Events and Coordination / Lights and Sounds: Playlight Audio / Favors: Weaving Titas / Souvenirs and Tags: MBTacion Real / Singer: Moraine Camilan / Reception Performer: TAMPA & SQUAD / Nail Technician: Pinky Swear Nails
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