Who would not want to get hitched in style? Lawrence and Charissa wanted to get married in a stylish way and they did, without milking their coffers out. This newlywed went for a European-but-more-likely-a-Parisian-slash-rustic theme. Instead of going to foreign lands, they brought these places to home. The reception venue, in fact, was filled with small splendid details that would remind you of the local streets in Europe.
The Chapel of Transfiguration in Caluerga, Batangas was obviously the perfect fit to hold this church wedding. The whole place is so majestic and sanctified that makes you want to get married again—with the same person, eh. The photos are by Paul Vincent who did great by matching the theme with that retro-like texture.
Get in style and on budget. No biggie.
“Finally after ten years”, we witnessed this occasion. Thanks to Dino and Aina for inspiring us and making us realize that there are things that truly last. Looking at the photos, we feel like ten years was just yesterday. Kudos to Metrophoto for capturing and taking us back at that very moment in a dramatic way.
The wedding was so slick and dangerously sexy. The entourage was in black and white—and plum as an accent—ensemble that completely matched those descriptions. To add, that sheer and lace Veluz’ gown was magnificently appealing. We drooled over that one, for sure. And oh, speaking of expectoration, we heard that guests were treated in a culinary delight and drunken revelry. Jealous!
Gown: Veluz / Make-up: Eddie Bruan / Coordination: Banquets ‘n Blooms by June Abesamis / Photographer: Metrophoto / Videographer: Bob Nicolas / Florist: Floral Details (entourage) and The Contemporary Florals (church and reception) / Caterer: VS&F Classic Food International / Emcee: Loanne Macapagal