A Tagaytay Wedding in Red, White, and Black

Today’s wedding feature was dominated by three bold and lovely colors – red, white, and black. These colors when used the right way result to an elegant and grand wedding motif. And as expected, this wedding could not have been more perfect. Red flowers made up the eye-catching bridal bouquet, which definitely highlighted the bride’s radiating white gown. To add more sophistication, the bridesmaids wore strikingly beautiful red gowns too, partnered with the groomsmen in black suits. And of course, the groom himself was a head-turner. We have to admit, all of them looked absolutely stunning.

Aside from these gorgeous details, the little things also caught our attention. Like how the bride shed a few tears upon reading what her groom wanted to tell her. This made this wedding even more genuine and full of love. It warms our hearts just by looking at these shots by Myio Okamoto Photography. Have a look at the highlights below.

Photo: Myio Okamoto | Video: Ian Cruz Films | Stylist: Gary Dacanay | Coordinator: Foreverafter Events | Catering: K By Cunanan | HMUA: Gery Penaso


A Genuine and Heartfelt Wedding

In every wedding, there will always be that one thing that stands out. One thing that makes everything perfect. For this wedding, all the little details were worthy of praise. The motif was lovely. And the setup was stunning thanks to the work of Events Central. And of course, the lovely couple turned heads and made everyone’s heart flutter. But the thing that stood out the most was the feeling that it evoked. The whole day was just full of raw emotions – everything was genuine.

Both families are closely-knit which made this union much more special. Everyone shed happy tears. And to make things even more emotional, the groom said words that weighed so much. He said that what the bride sees in him, is the result of his parent’s love. That was beyond beautiful. We couldn’t have asked for something else.

To get what we mean exactly, have a look at this beautiful day captured by Ikigai Studio By Myio.

Photo: Ikigai Studio By Myio | Video: Project Mayo 7 | Coordinator: Imbitado Events |Gown: Elizabeth Hallie | HMUA: Angela Yeo & Mycke Arcano | Styling: Events Central By Anna Winstel | Catering: Bizu | Host: Jaz Reyes