Sunday, June 05, 2011


It's funny how we sometimes promise things that we don't have just yet. In a business setting, this is not a bad practice. Rather, it pushes us to upgrade and aim to fulfill that promise. For this particular wedding, those promises were actually part of a long wish list: antique doors, bird cages, a new ceremony setup. It's funny, too, how things just fall into place when you least expect it. Soon enough, we were doing a new setup for this series of garden weddings at the Farm at the tail-end of the winter season, just as the summer was about to begin. We can only thank God and inspiration that He gives us for moving us along the path of self-improvement. And we thank Milko & Charm for allowing us to be creative on our own, in as much as they were creative with their own DIYs. Now, that should spell S-W-E-L-L, don't you think?

Top: The invites were designed by Groom Milko.

Bride Charm designed her own wedding dress. :-)

A blast of color from Cherry Brandy Ecuadorian Roses, yellow Snapdragons, magenta Gloriosa Lilies, Dancing Lady orchids, and Mango Yellow Calla.

There's nothing as romantic as getting married in the garden, on real grass, with the earth as witness to your union. Hopefully, the weather cooperates, too!

Hands down, yellow has got to be one of our favorite colors. It makes even the most dreary of days seem happy, and under the sun, it exudes both joy and warmth!

Thank you, Milko & Charm, for making us a part of your special day! :-)

May you respect each other like honored guests.
May you always see heart to heart.
May fragrant flowers bloom and full moon shine over your life together.
May your joy and happiness be forevermore.


Preps: The Malayan Plaza, Ortigas
Ceremony: Avenida, The Mango Farm
Cocktails & Reception: The Mango Farm
Photographer: Daniel Lei Studio (Lead: Eugene Martinez)
Videographer: Daniel Lei Studio (Editor: Lec Bartolome)
Caterer: K. by Cunanan
Ceremony Setup: Vatel Manila
Entourage Flowers: Dylan Gozum for Vatel Manila
Customized Boutonnieres: Lorely Ann Sace-Oviedo for {etc} Handmade Goodness

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