This is another beach wedding for our dearest readers. Today, we feature the retro-feel union of Jayson and Sheree in the fatally beautiful, enigmatic island of Boracay. Add the exquisiteness that Shangri-La Boracay Resort and Spa can bring and then you would witness a gorgeous wedding.

What we really love about this wedding the most is the sun ray that beams throughout the event. Mr. Sun’s radiance goes together with the happiness that every person in the event has exuded. We just do not know how Kent Lazarraga and the rest of Orange Studio deal with Mr. Sun. It seems like they have captured radiantly beautiful moments, though. We love how the contrast that has been used to create stunning photos. And oh, that Veluz’ sheer gown is otherworldly, isn’t it?

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Preparation, Ceremony, and Reception: Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort and Spa / Coordination and Decor: Amanda Tirol / Flowers: Vatel Manila / Photographer: Orange Studio / Gown: Veluz / Videographer: Mayad Studios


Trophy Tandem

Days are gone when there are still trophy husbands or wives. We are now entering an era where in the couple is celebrated in their own turfs. We would like to call it then, the trophy tandem. And today’s feature is a terrific example. Mong is a guitarist of two of the most successful live bands in the country, whereas Mel is a Cannes Film Festival winner. See!? Can this get any better or bigger? Looking past their achievements, we can see through the pictures how much in love they are with each other and how lucky they are to find a more worthy trophy in their daughter.

Anyhow, the wedding has surely been filled with laughter, tears, and music. The small accents in paper and water color palette have completely made the wedding an indie- hippie one. And we are loving it. But what we are most suprised with is to find out that her beautiful, couture-looking gown was only bought from Landmark. Yes, you have read it right! The wedding gown is an RTW from the mall and was only tweaked using embellishments from Divisoria. Oops, make sure to wipe your jaws on the floor. We applaud Jeff and Lisa Photography for this photo essay. Thank you!

We also want to extend our congratulations to The Jason Magbanua for the wedding video. The rings running down the smooth texture of the gown is pure genius and goose bump-worthy. Bow down to you, Jason!

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Preps: Seda Nuvali / Church: Montecito Chapel, Nuvali / Reception venue: Pasa Tiempo, Montecito / Bride’s dress and veil: Landmark and Divisoria / Groom’s suit: Topman / Makeup: Jhong Sudlon / Hair: Jay Aquino / Invitations: Printsonalities / On-the-day Wedding Coordinator: Empire Weddings / Flowers and event styling: Flowers by Rosabella / Boutonnieres and decorations: Popjunklove / Caterer: Via Mare | Videographer: Jason Magbanua / Cake: Karen’s Kitchen / Lights and sounds: Sound Assembly / Parachute Tents: Joe’s Party Shop and Flowers by Rosabella / Church Choir: Koro San Miguel / Jazz Band: Sticky / Music: Tandems 91, Mars Miranda, Nix Damn P / Wedding planners: The bride and her awesome mom / Photographer: Jeff and Lisa Photography