We always love seeing reimagined versions of the iconic terno, most especially the trademark butterfly sleeves. Here’s a style that immediately caught our eyes: Bride Armi wears structured cage-like butterfly sleeves as the top of her gown. It’s beautiful how the sleeves give her classic white gown a modern flare, while undoubtedly keeping the traditional shape we all know. Since Miguel and Armi are also based in Australia, they wanted to make sure that their wedding gave honor to their roots, so they flew back home to have a grand celebration with their loved ones. “We chose to have a Filipiniana wedding as we are always proud of our roots no matter where we are, and the barong together with the terno gown always looks classy,” says Armi.
Needless to say, it was such an elegant wedding and a wonderful nod to our culture. See more of Miguel and Armi’s special day as captured by Hayag Studios.
Photographer: Hayag Studios / Videographer: Grilled Cheese Studios / Ceremony Venue: Cosmopolitan Evangelical Church / Reception Venue: Sugarland Hotel, Bacolod City / Wedding Coordinator: Simply Special Weddings and Events / Bride’s Gown: Kat Padilla Atelier / Groom’s Barong: Rubyline / Hairstylist and Makeup Artist: Carlos Durana Makeup Studio / Flowers and Decor: Accent Cagayan / Headpiece: Kefi / Band: Aire Banda / Cake Baker: Louise Cakes and Pastries / Favors: The Perfume Pals / Mobile Bar: The Wandering Bar
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