Sunday, December 20, 2020


If memory serves us right, there was a super typhoon happening on the days leading to Paolo and Frances' beach wedding. Typhoon Hagupit (International Name: Ruby) was the second most powerful storm to hit the Philippines in 2014. It covered the entire country, from Luzon to Mindanao, so imagine the stress this brought on the couple especially since there were family members flying in from abroad and many others, like wedding suppliers, flying into the island as well. 
Then again, in every dark moment is a bright spot of hope and on the wedding day itself, they were able to celebrate with all their loved ones outdoors - like they originally planned it. We actually have no officially edited copies of their wedding photos so we used what we can find and well, does it matter anymore? There obviously is so much joy and love coming through these photos by J Lucas Reyes and his team. Paolo and Frances went through a storm - and more! - yet came out triumphant in the end. 
It is in this light that we share with you today their beautiful Boracay wedding (so sorry if it took so long!), and to warmly greet them on their sixth wedding anniversary! Woot woot! Again, thank you so much for making us a part of your special day! We're very happy that we've remained friends through the years even if we're far apart and never met (imagine that!). May God bless you both always! ^_^     
Preps x Ceremony x Reception_ Shangri-la Boracay
Photo_ J Lucas Reyes x VERSE
Video_ Cinemaworks
Gown_ Merlene Marcelo
Veil_ Malvar-Steward
Reception Dress_ Vania Romoff
Makeup_ Kris Bacani
Planner_ Ronald Soncio Events 
Bridal x Entourage Flowers_ Weddings by Vatel Manila
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-- 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...