Turning Japanese

August 12, 2015

Tokyo — the well-known bustling capital of Japan and famous for its vibrant fashion scene and sumptuous food scene is the setting for our featured wedding today. It has been the destination not just for pleasure but also for wedding and engagement shoots nowadays since the place is really modernly and culturally beautiful. With that, let’s take a look at the stills snapped by Mayk Pericon Photography from the union of Paul and Richelle, which I am sure would make you want to book a ticket to Japan in an instant.

Mayk Pericon Photography excellently captured our hearts with his quirky but refined shots of Paul and Richelle  around the world’s most populous metropolis. Coinciding with the shoot is the Cherry Blossom season which perfectly complemented the hip and refined styling of our couple. Of course, it would be a shame if they’re in Tokyo and they wouldn’t take a shot in “The Scramble”, which we all know as the busy Shibuya crossing. Thankfully, they were able to do that to a T. We can only imagine how they did that. We won’t be holding you back anymore. Go and turn Japanese!

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Photographer: Mayk Pericon Photography / Location: Tokyo, Japan / Videographer: SKT Digital Production / Wedding Coordinator: Simple Special Wedding and Events by Tin Tin Panes /  Hair and Make Up: Carlos Durana /  Flowers: A Melvins Touch / Host: Cyrus Alcala



August 8, 2015

It’s weekend already and probably you know by now that we will be having two long weekends this month. So, plan your weekend and be productive. Aside from taking vacations, this may also be the perfect time for you to fix the nitty-gitty at home with your mechanical tools. Speaking of tools, the union of today’s featured couple had put these to good use that possibly had set the bar higher.

Confusing? Don’t be as we give to you the photos in Ian and Ginny’s coming together. It’s so interesting to see how mechanical tools, such as paint brushes, screwdrivers, and the like, were used as accents and props. Bronze and rod colors were even chosen as the wedding’s motif to complement the theme. It’s definitely one of heck of a bold and creative concept by Party Styles by Ginny for styling this. Also, kudos to Rio Jones Photography for documenting this unique wedding.

Now, let’s start the household chores!

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Preparations, Ceremony and Reception: The Coffee Farmhouse / Styling: Party Styles by Ginny / OTD Coordinator: SMA Weddings and Beyond / Bridal Gown: Vanessa Ocampo / Entourage Gowns: Ven Ocampo / Charis: Reserv / Host: Troy Limbago / Sounds and Lights: ROAA: Rehearse and Observe Arts Studio / Caterer: Sweet Inspirations / Bridal Hair and Make Up: Anna Monina / Entourage Make Up:  HD (High-definition) Make-up by Chalk Santos / Photographer & Videographer: Rio Jones Photography