Buying alcohol for a small party or gathering is one thing, but having to estimate how much roughly a hundred people are going to drink is another. So if you’re wondering how to tackle the whole “How much alcohol should we buy?” dilemma, we’re providing a few tips and tricks to serve as a guideline when it comes to getting your wedding booze.
There’s a sense of timelessness in the details at Kevin and Cyrin’s wedding. First, the color motif of light gray and deep red. This combination truly created a classic, understated feel for the celebration. Second, the ceremony’s standing wreath made up of delicate baby’s breath flowers. This centerpiece was certainly a unique, eye-catching yet tasteful decorative piece at the wedding. Think of bringing in simple yet unconventional details, and you’ll have yourself an elegant and special day. Thanks to ProudRad for capturing this couple’s moments!
Though it took Jerry and Jef eight years before they got to say their “I do’s”, when the right time finally came for them, it was a beautiful dream come true! Garden weddings are always so romantic, and this couple knew exactly how to complement the natural charm of their surroundings. They opted for less flowers, more rustic lights, and white accents that created a neat and classy looking style. The white structural frame that resembled a house particularly caught my eye! The bridesmaids were all dressed in simple white dresses by Love C Manila, and it provided a nice contrast to the textured lace wedding gown of the bride. Check out the snaps from Kevin Davis Photography to see the other Pinterest-worthy details of this wedding.
Everyone is far too familiar with the waiting time after the ceremony, before the reception. During this time, things can get boring and guests can get restless real quick. If you’re wondering what to do to keep your guests entertained in this in-between time, we’re here to help! We’ve come up with seven ideas you can try out. See them all now!
Raymond and Rachel wanted a fun and fresh wedding vibe so they chose hues of baby blue and peach for their theme. Making the celebration personal was also important to them so they incorporated some details to show their interests. The bride wore ballet-inspired custom shoes as a nod to her love for dancing, and the wedding invitations illustrated the groom wearing chuck tailors and holding up a bottle of beer to show his fun side! The bride’s dainty wedding gown by Francis Libiran Bridal also reflected her simple and warm personality that made her look even more radiant as she walked down the aisle. See more of this set by scrolling through these photos from Hayag.