Saturday, November 11, 2017

Green poetry:: Emerald + Elgie

We’ve been expecting to shift to plan B from plan A for Emerald and Elgie’s loveliness because it was supposed to be a rainy weekend yet the heavens gifted us with clear blue skies  that perfectly matched the greenery we were set to do. How I personally love the textures we created using different varieties of white to green florals and foliage in green vases, black geometric cages, GI pipes and wood. 

For this loveliness, we let it be. And it turned out so pretty, with the palette so refreshing you wouldn’t think we were burning under the sun while we were working on this loveliness. 

Venue:: Malacañang of the North 
Caterer:: La Preciosa
Planning and Coordination:: Belladita Events by Mara Manuel 
Cake and Floral Styling:: Ava’s Cakes and Events 
Lights and Sounds:: Avalanche Mixx
Host:: Stella Gaspar
Photo:: Pop Manuel
Video:: We Do Media 

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Luxe garden:: Camille + Bernard

I think a marsala, wine, blush, gold palette is perfect for a luxe in the wilderness loveliness just like what we did for Camille and Bernard’s. She had a bridal bouquet of beautiful white anemones, wine colored ranunculus, rose  hips, sedoma, oncidiums, and foliage to match. Their tables had lush, wild arrangements of Karen Tran tulips, cool waters, vandas, amidst wild foliage and fillers.

Venue:: Malacañang of the North
Planning and Coordination:: Marj Dizon
Caterer:: Chef Nic Rodriguez of Bistro Candon / Rufino’s
Cake:: Ava’s Cakes and Events 
Floral Styling:: Ava’s Cakes and Events 
Photo:: Wally Gonzales
Video:: The Treehouse Story 
Bridal Gown:: Amor Albano
Lights and Sounds:: Avalanche Mixx
Photobooth:: Purple Pixel

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Pistang Pinoy:: Emery + Carlo

After our epic Mexican fiesta in Manila, we head home to do darlings Jan Carlo and Emery’s Pistang Pinoy wedding at the beautiful heritage village- Sitio Remedios in Currimao, Ilocos Norte. 

The banderitas was a non- negotiable. We made it lean more on the avant-garde side by mixing different white fabrics against cream laces. Then our tables were decorated with sombreros filled with florals, tied bamboo that had tropical leaves that mimicked banana trees, capiz and buri balls, and to detail our plates- we had square capiz shells and trigo against our menu cards which were artfully designed by Nicole Rudio.

The food which was prepared and catered by Chef Nic Rodriguez of Bistro Candon and Rufino’s had to match the theme too! How would you like to have sinanglao for starters? The menu prepared was a feast! 

Photography::Pop Manuel
Cinematography:: We Do Media
HMUA/Gown:: Amor Albano
Event Styling/Cakes/Flowers::  Ava's Cakes and Events by Katrina Valera Mandac & Ace Nathaniel Mandac
Coordination::  Belladitas Events by Mara Salvador Manuel
Catering::  Rufino's Cafe Paoay by Chef Peter Nic Rodriguez
Lights & Sounds:: AvalancheMixx Laoag
Invites/Printables:: Nicole Rudio
Church::  Sta. Monica Church, Sarrat
Reception/Prep:: Sitio Remedios Curimao Ilocos Norte Playa Tropical Resort