Saturday, August 12, 2017


"Don't think. It complicates things. Just feel, and if it feels like home, then follow its path." - R.M. Drake
Most weddings where we've dealt solely with the Groom almost always came out really pretty. This is not to discount the efforts of brides, of course, but this is fast becoming a norm now. And with Grooms, we noticed that there is this extra extra focus on details ("This is how my bride wants it to be.") and it just makes our heart go aflutter when the Groom goes the extra mile to please his bride. Groom Carlo was definitely one of those, and everything was smooth and ready by the time Bride Joyce arrived home from abroad. Extra care has been given to the choice of the color motif, and this came out perfectly in this set by ProudRad. It helped, too, that February is a great time to wed in Antipolo because the weather is a bit chilly, and there's almost always a wonderful sunset to cap the day. We've very excited to finally share this with you, our dearest readers! We hope you get inspired, and learn a thing or two from this beautiful wedding. :-) 
Preps_ Oakwood Premiere
Ceremony x Reception_ The Mango Farm Antipolo
Primary Photo_ Nice Print
Secondary Photo_ ProudRad (featured here)  
Gown_ Rosa Clara
Makeup_ Byron Velasquez
Catering_ Passion Cooks
Planner_ Kiss the Girl Events
Entourage Flowers x Ceremony Setup_ Weddings by Vatel Manila

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