Tuesday, September 19, 2017


"Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows." (James 1:17)  

If only it didn't rain, the setup for the garden ceremony would have been a tad nicer but we always look at the brighter side of things and say, it actually felt cozier with a tent setup. It helped, too, that the colors were in white and gray only (with hints of blush) which made these photos by the super talented Myio Okamoto look so fresh and clean. And boy, don't we just love the very restrained garden theme, it's almost 'elegant rustic' if there ever was such a term. Also, please do not miss watching The Film Hat's beautiful SDE at the end of this post (great visuals, heartwarming capture!). 

We also love how Groom Joel was very hands-on during the entire preps (we did mention before that this was becoming a trend), and how Bride Louvy was truly resplendent in her sweetheart gown. Even the reception setup was on point. Despite the festive string bulbs, the tables were very minimal and laid back, and there's so much room for fun conversation among the guests especially when you are using long dining tables. Overall, one of our favorite Farm weddings to date. We hope you'd be inspired by this set. Enjoy! ^_^    
Preps_ Oakwood Premier Ortigas 
Ceremony x Reception_ The Mango Farm Antipolo  
Photo_ Myio Okamoto 
Video_ The Film Hat
Gown_ Camille Garcia 
Makeup_ Ten Franco
Catering_ K by Cunanan
Planner_ Imbitado Events
Wooden Boards x Customized Pillows_ {etc} Handmade Goodness
Bridal & Entourage Bouquets x Ceremony Setup_ Weddings by Vatel Manila
This wedding was featured on Merry to Marry.


-- We distinctly remember this day: we had five (5) weddings (two in Metro Manila, one in Cainta, one in Cagayan de Oro, and another in Bora...