Wednesday, March 07, 2012


After reading Lisa's blog about this wedding, we're suddenly at a loss for words (Lisa writes ever so beautifully one can almost cry!). We first met Paolo & Tricia at the Farm, and they struck us as a really cool couple who enjoy life and are not bothered by things contrived. In fact, in the course of the planning, we've never felt that they were pressured, rushed, stressed. Their visit to the Farm were always relaxed to the point that it was a pleasure having them because they were such a joy to talk to. Looking at their wedding photos below, we are reminded about how totally lucky we are to be able to work with awesome couples like Paolo & Tricia. ^_^

What's awesome about their wedding, too, was that on the day itself, we met two of our previous couples (Jor-el & Karen and Andre & Jennifer). Tapos, Tricia & Jennifer are friends of another couple of ours, Sham & Hazelle! What are the odds, right? ^_^

Now, as you all know, Jeff & Lisa are absolutely among our favorite photographers & boy, were we stoked to know that we'd be working with them for Paolo & Tricia's wedding at The Mango Farm!

We admit that more than the couple's personalities and their theme or color motif, we are likewise inspired - oftentimes to a great measure - by the couple's choice of photographer. There's nothing like working with shooters who appreciate the beautiful details of a wedding, and Jeff & Lisa rank high among those who see things more than the others.

We hope you enjoy this set as much as we did. ^_^

You can see more photos here. Watch their SDE by Phoeben Teocson!

paolo & patricia - same day edit from phoeben teocson on Vimeo.

Preps: Astoria Plaza
Ceremony: Santuario de San Jose
Reception: The Mango Farm
Photographer: Jeff & Lisa Photography
Video: Phoeben Teocson
Gown: Malou Veloso
Customized Signages: Fozzy Castro-Dayrit
Food: Kar Reyes for K. by Cunanan Catering
Planner: My Big Event by Thea Ocana
Music: Bloomfields
Entourage Flowers: Dylan Gozum for Vatel Manila

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