Thursday, July 28, 2011
REAL WEDDING: ROD + AILEEN
Here's a wedding that took almost a year to plan and a long-distance one at that. Shuttling between Sydney and Manila, bride Aileen made sure everything would look perfect for her January wedding in Antipolo and indeed, that's how it turned to be! There's pure awesomeness written all over these photographs, and the sunset was just too beautiful to miss, bathing the couple in its soft light.
It reminds us of Rabindranath Tagore who once said,"Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky."
We think that's what two people become to each other the moment they say 'I Do.' Ain't that a sweet thought? :-)
The bridal bouquet was made out of lavender Cool Water Ecuadorian roses, white Wax Flowers, Snapdragon, and two shades of Eustoma (Lisianthus). The loose arrangement gives it a definitive SoCal feel. :-)
See Paul Vincent's post here.
Preps: Thunderbird Resort, Binangonan Rizal
Ceremony: Our Lady of Peace & Good Voyage Cathedral, Antipolo City
Cocktails & Dinner: The Mango Farm, Antipolo City
Photographer: Paul Vincent
Videographer: Phoeben Teocson
Food: Josiah's Catering
OTD: Events Manila
Entourage Flowers: Dylan Gozum for Vatel Manila
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