Five years filled with joy, romance, and memorable experiences set the stage for Emmanuel and Sheena to finally say “I do.” Their wedding was not just an affair to remember, but a masterclass on how to execute a rustic-themed event with taste and elegance.
Burnt orange hues dominated the space, infusing warmth and an earthy richness that only added to the place’s appeal. Dried flowers were carefully placed on tables and hung from the ceiling, creating an almost ethereal atmosphere. The pampas grass arrangements were a beautiful touch, while string lights hung from the ceiling, completing the magical setting.
Their celebration left a lasting impression, not just on the couple, but on everyone who was a part of their special day. Take cues from their wedding, captured by First and Last below!
Photography: First and Last / Videography: JVL Creative Films / Bride’s Gown and Groom’s Suit: Gown for Rent by Damsel / Bridesmaids Dresses: Sweet Jane Apparel / Makeup: Makeup by Vivien Vizconde / Makeup for Entourage: Jhustine Magtulis / Hairstylist: Ayan Apple / Hair Color and Balayage: Elvis Rebanal Salon / Bridal Bouquet and Entourage Flowers: Shaped Blossoms by Lynn Morales / Bridal Nails: NAILSbyNELLE / Bridesmaids and Flower Girl Gifts: Creative Genesis / Groomsmen Gifts: Louise Leather / Souvenir and Principal Sponsor Gifts: Ethereal Artisan by M.A / Invitations: Sabby’s Invitations & Memento / Catering and Grazing Table: Yel’s Treehouse Kitchen / Cake: Plana’s Gourmet / Coffee Bar: Pandayo Coffee / Photobooth: Candid Closet Photobooth / Live Band: Eastern Quintet – Event Musicians and Singers / Host: JZ Divo / Preparation and Reception Venue: Jhaymar’s Treehouse Events Place / Venue Styling: Styled by Ms. Yel / Coordinators: Eunice Espino Tabin and Julianne Gaile Dizon / Church: Santuario De San Vicente De Paul Parish & Shrine of the Poor