Miguel and Louise had a beautiful choice of color motif that stood out against the beach venue. When your setting is naturally filled with green and brown, shades of orange definitely stand out and create a gorgeous visual. That’s why we think this wedding can give you some good inspiration for styling with a monochromatic motif. From the brighter tones of the entourage attire, to the more muted bouquets, and table décor, the orange hue really lifts up the cheerfulness and vibrance of this celebration. Miguel and Louise also shared that their beach wedding in Bohol turned into a grand reunion of their families who haven’t seen each other in two years because of the pandemic. Their special day became even more memorable and meaningful in the company of the people they cherish most! Enjoy scrolling through these photos by Vhince Chiu Photo.
Photographer: Vhince Chiu Photo / Videographer: Artline / Ceremony and Reception Venue, Catering: Bohol Beach Club / Bride’s Dress: Mark Bride’s Manila / Bride’s Shoes: Matthews / Bridesmaid Dresses: Winzel Chua Designs / Groom’s Attire: Exclusively His Tailoring / Groomsmen Attire: HG Wedding Trends by Hazel Garcia / Hairstylist: Nikki Leigh / Makeup Artist: Tfaith Gesite / Stylist, Bouquets, Flowers and Decor, Event Stylist: Belle of a Bride / Cake Baker, Cocktails: Estrella Bakery / Invitations and Stationery: Folk Street Co. / Jewelry: Jacatel / Band: Jam 403, Isabel Iris / Host: Uma Rojo / Lights and Sounds: DRC Audiovisuals / Favors: Pamana Abel / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: After Five Weddings & Events
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