What do you do when your suppliers and entourage members test positive for COVID on the day of your wedding? It was a rollercoaster of emotions and stress, but Enzo and Hannah remained faithful and steadfast. With the help of their family, friends, and remaining suppliers, they still managed to pull-off the wedding they envisioned! Bride Hannah’s Mom even stepped up to take on the role of on-the-day coordinator (the actual coordinator guided Hannah’s Mom remotely!).
Truly, this is a wedding to remember! Looking at these beautiful photos, by Oak St. Studios, who would think that so many issues were going on just moments before the ceremony? What captured our interest the most were the highly personalized details Enzo and Hannah added: They had illustrations of themselves drawn for the invitations, and they made handwritten letters for each and every one of their guests. Writing the letters was a lot of work, but it was worth the effort for Enzo and Hannah! You’ll also see all the classic details we love in a rustic wedding — pampas grass, wood décor, hanging lights, etc. — but the personalization really makes the whole look more meaningful and unique to Enzo and Hannah. We hope this lovely wedding will inspire you today. Enjoy scrolling!
Photographer: Oak St. Studios / Videographer: Mayad Studios / Ceremony Venue: Chapel on the Hill / Reception Venue: Narra Hill / Bride’s Dress: Teena Sabrina Tan / Bride’s Shoes: Shoepatos / Bridesmaid Dresses: Micah Lacap Designs / Groom’s Attire: J. Habana Tailoring / Makeup Artist: Joan Quizon / Bouquets, Flowers and Decor, Event Stylist: Il Fiore Flower Boutique / Caterer, Cake Baker: Clementine / Invitations and Stationery: AN Designs Studio / Jewelry: DEF Diamonds / Ceremony Musicians: String Colours Ensemble / Host: Howard M. Castillo / Lights and Sounds: Artuz101 / Icon Graphic Artist: Anna Zamora / Wedding Livestream: Fotograb Photobooth / Coffee Cart: Candid Coffee / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: DayOneProject
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