A Filipiniana-themed wedding is a well that never runs dry! Despite its popularity, this theme will always have a fresh and unique take from every couple.
Take Jeff and Sofia for example. Along with all their wedding details that allude to the Filipino culture, they dressed their female entourage in inabel terno dresses. Inabel is an Ilocano textile, known for its design and durability. Check out the dresses’ striking patterns and beautiful colors, from orange to neutrals! Matching the dresses are the face masks they wore, and the abaniko that Sofia chose as a gift. Meanwhile, Jeff gifted his entourage with sunglasses in wooden frames, a way to modernize their outfits while still sticking to the theme.
It was a long journey to get to their wedding day, having been together since high school and being each other’s first love. After their long engagement and postponements due to the pandemic, the couple finally said ‘I Do’ in their dream Filipiniana wedding! Allow these photos from Renzo Santos Photography take you to their special day!
Photography: Renzo Santos Photography | Videography: Trick Shot Films | Ceremony, Reception, and Cake: Blue Moon Los Ilustrados | Caterer: Rekados Cafe and Restaurante | Bride’s Gown: Patricia Pascual Designs | Groom’s and Groomsmen’s Outfits: Berches Barong Avenue | Mother’s Outfit: Neri’s Gowns | Hair and Makeup (Bride): Michelle Tamayo | Groom’s Grooming: Carinoso Barbershop | Entourage Dress: House of Abel | Florist: Il Fiore Flower Boutique | Bibingka: Javier’s Food Products | Pizza: Pizza Grigliata Manila | Lights and Sounds: AV Visual | Musician: Manila Wedding Singers | Coordinator and Stylist: Chef d’ Oeuvre | Host: Ramcy Tirona | Photobooth: Tera Lifestyle | Crew Meals: Kenito’s Calamba | Wedding Rings: Angeli Jewelry | Invitation: Where’s the Party | Sponsors’ Gifts: Mad About Herbs | Wedding Preps and Accommodation: The Park Silang | Zoom live: iTarget Events