Afternoon wedding ceremony could work against you. The extreme heat maybe unbearable for you and for your guests that may cause a lot of unwanted situations. But with a beautiful setting as today’s wedding feature against the immaculate aesthetics of a sunset, would you still say no? Mark and Micaiah invited their families and friends to an afternoon wedding ceremony at say 3pm—where the sun is usually at its peak.
But if there’s a consolation for this, it has to be the location where the couple vowed to love each other for the rest of their lives. The setting was at Meditation Point in Nasugbu, Batangas where everyone, especially the two, chased the delightful sunset. Chestknots studio was there and was able to capture these moments.
Just like that, the long weekend is over, and so is April fool’s day. To kick off this work week on a high gear however, we would like to give you a wedding feature that is uniquely amazing and equally inspiring. Titus and Sheina recently got married on a beach wedding ceremony but what’s interesting here is that it has a touch of the Igorot culture.
It’s very close to home especially to Sheina as it is her ethnicity. By just looking at the photos, you will notice how significantly different this wedding from others. From the fabric used, the veil, down to Sheina’s necklace, it reflects the colorful story of the Igorot community. It is nothing short of amazing! Thanks to Foreveryday Photography for this gift—it’s truly inspiring!