Wanting their wedding to be very intentional and meaningful, Mike and Arielle decided to DIY and personalize the details. This couple designed their own vow books, signage, and invitations. They prepared the guest favors themselves, too. Instead of numbers, they also opted to label the tables using the names of their favorite coffee-based beverages. And as for their charming wedding cake? It was lovingly made by the Groom’s Mother, including the Prince Eric and Princess Ariel cake toppers. Why Eric and Ariel? That’s because our bride Arielle was named after The Little Mermaid! She even walked down the aisle with a piano version of “Kiss the Girl,” a song from the movie’s soundtrack, playing as her bridal march. Personalized details truly do help you create a memorable wedding! See more of how Mike and Arielle’s wedding turned out through the lens of Strong and Rachel Photography.
Photographer and Videographer: Strong and Rachel Photography / Venue: Serenescapes Bed and Breakfast / Bridal Gown: Maureen Reeca Cruz Haute Couture / Bridal Robe: La Rosa Bridal / Bridal Shoes: Matthews PH / Bridal Hair Accessory: Bride and Sparkle / Hairstylist and Makeup Artist: Hair and Makeup Artistry by Cath Libunao / Groom’s Suit: Amonn Velasco / Groom’s Shoes: Bristol / Catering & Styling: 128 Catering / Cake: Teacher Patty (Chef Patricia Loanzon) / On The Day Coordinator: Momentum Events / Lights & Sounds: Beat Audio Lights & Sound / Long Tables: Forrent / Wedding Rings: Jewels and Diamonds PH / Flowers: Mrs. A’gay Fabellar / Entourage Gowns: DG&D Clothing Emporium / Crew Meals: Sa Kusina ni Rhojie / Sand Frame: Jay C. Designs, Inc.