Friday, December 21, 2012


We had the chance to style a 160-pax reception a few days back, and boy were we stoked to work on a black and white palette again after a very long time! The thing with this motif is that it allows for several interpretations - from elegant, to laid back, to quirky. Let's say we settle for the first and second, yes?

This set also serves as a nice example on how to populate a small table of 10 seats with a few but well-selected items to achieve an uncluttered yet full look. After all, attending a wedding not only means treating guests to a visual & gustatory experience, but also to allow for conversation among seatmates.

Here's sharing some beautiful detail shots by Ben Lim, who was shooting that day for Jaja Lifestyle Photography. Can't wait to see the rest of the set! ^_^
Location: The Mango Farm
Catering: Josiah's 
Styling: Vatel Manila + {etc} Handmade Goodness

1 comment:

Liza Manahan-Topacio said...

Thank you for this beautiful styling!!! As I have said before, I am not a fan of phalaenopsis... but boy, how grateful I am to trust your judgment (oh, and I just love them so much now)! I can still remember us raving about how beautiful the reception was while we were dancing right after our grand entrance. Every little thing is just perfect! Ah basta, thank you, thank you, and thank you! I hope that you can still do our styling on our silver wedding anniversary! lol ... look forward to seeing more of your fabulous and awesome creations in the future! x


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