I totally hate it when things don't go as planned. Yes, you've heard me rant about this before, but what makes this wedding wonderful was the attitude of the couple towards the situation: not hopeless, mind you, but accepting. Besides, we were able to acquire a tent so a garden wedding it still is. That's what the bride has always wanted.
By the time the bride walked down the aise, the rain has ceased completely.
Like always, we covered the tent in swags to hide the unsightly steel trusses.
Hmmm... Another long train trying to escape.
Aisle flowers which could have looked fabulous for Plan A. *sigh*
The ceremony was supposed to have been made at this small gazebo. Oh, well. No regrets.
The good weather held all the way to the reception, blanketing the Farm in a beautiful fog wrap. Mesmerizing! Haven't seen it happen before.
The series below are photos of photos. These are the couple's pre-nup shots at the Farm. Love the shots! All by Extreme Details Photography.
To the couple, our prayers of prosperity, peace and love for always. :-)
Dylan Gozum for Vatel Manila
Extreme Details Photography
Golden Dragon Catering (non-accredited)
c/o Loyda Garcia
Tel Nos. 840.1913