Saturday, March 13, 2021


We're sharing this wedding today because a year ago on March 13, the President declared the first level of Community Quarantine which pretty much shut down the country. There was was a mad rush to do groceries, people flying home to their provinces (or returning to Manila). Weddings were immediately cancelled as well. Charlon and Aimee's wedding was on March 14, the next day, which they decided to postpone. They probably moved their date once or twice, and finally did a small reception for friends and family last November. Bride Aimee was one of the very few brides that we did two bouquets for: one for their civil wedding (a blush pink one) and another for their church wedding (a white one, featured in this set). ^_^
They were so easy to work with, and hands down one of the kindest couples we've ever known. For these, we thank them. Postponing a wedding and still holding it during a lockdown wasn't easy, but they pulled through. It was a very happy, heart-felt intimate event that proved - corny as it may now sound - that love truly conquers all - even a pandemic. ^_^
Charlon and Aimee, thank you very much for making us a part of your wedding team! Congratulations and Best Wishes from the team! ^_^    
Preps_ Joy-Nostalg 
Reception_ The Mango Farm Antipolo
Photo_ Myio Okamoto
Video_ Taavi Films
Makeup_ Ish Sison
Gown_ Ethel Poscablo
Food_ K by Cunanan
Coordinator_ Events Embassy
Bridal Bouquet x Groom's Boutonniere_ Weddings by Vatel Manila

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