This Bride Wore a Minimalist Origami-Inspired Wedding Dress

As a nod to her Japanese heritage, Bride Steff thought of incorporating a precious piece of her childhood as part of her wedding dress: Origami. Detailed pleats on the front bodice, and the skirt’s draping are the elements inspired by the art and concept of “folding paper,” the meaning of origami. The dress’ material, meanwhile, is pure gazar fabric to create a structured look. Steff also achieved that pristine, white paper-like color by not adding details like lace and embellishments. I’m sure you’ll agree when I say that this wedding dress is a minimalist dream!

Steff shares, “I felt like the most beautiful bride that day and everyone kept complimenting my dress. It was light as a feather and easy to move around in! I loved how I didn’t have to change for the reception anymore and I love that it was a dress that fits my personality.”

Take a closer look at Jerick and Steff’s elegant wedding as captured by Metrophoto.

Photographer: Metrophoto / Videographer: Treehouse Story / Ceremony and Reception Venue: Manila Marriott Hotel / Bride’s Dress: Steph Tan Couture / Bride’s Shoes: Call It Spring / Bridesmaid Dresses: Steph Verano / Groom’s Attire: Rajo Laurel / Groomsmen’s Ties: Noveltie MNL / Hairstylist: Alan Verzonilla / Makeup Artist: Ish Sison Makeup Artistry / Bouquets, Event Stylist: Randy Lazaro / Cake Baker: Miuccia Luxe Cakes / Invitations and Stationery: Silent Beads / Jewelry: Atelier 818 Fine Jewelry / Band: Sound Salad / Host: Mark Suntay / Lights and Sounds: Mediacast / Coffee Car: Muster Bean / Pastor: Ariel Marquez / Wedding Planner, Ceremony Flowers and Decor: Events Embassy

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