Monday, November 04, 2013


We're doing a coffee-themed wedding this month and we're reminded of this simple & laid-back wedding from May 2012. For us, nothing beats a wedding that has DIY props: lovingly made by the couple and their friends for that one special day. We especially love the cute details of the reception tables, as well as the beautifully designed invitation suite, parts of which doubled as 'Thank You' cards on the tables. It's simple & direct to the point. Who says you need to fuss so much over a themed wedding? 

Truth be told, one only needs a great color scheme, strong visuals (even if sparse) that grounds the interest of the guests to a single object or subject (in this case, coffee!), and a great photographer to capture all those. Not to mention, of course, an awesome videographer to capture all the moving (in both meaning of the word) moments of the day.

There's a lesson to learn from this wedding: K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple & Sincere. At the end of the day, it's really the marriage that matters, not so much the small details. Cheers, Peejay & Dei! ^_^      

Preps_ Hotel Celeste
Ceremony_ Enderun
Photographer_ Jaja Lifestyle Photography
Video_ Stephen [Prado] Wedding Films
Gown_ Boy Kastner Santos
MUA_ Rae Venturanza-Salazar
Planner_ Events Engineer 
Groom's Boutonniere_ {etc} Handmade Goodness
Bridal Bouquet_ Vatel Manila

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