Rex and Joane had planned the perfect day.
I think the bride had a clear vision of what her big day would look like from the onset.
Like so many little girls who dreamed of wearing their very own white gown, Joane got it down- down to the last element.
But instead of wearing white, she wore a smoke gray serpentina gown by Mara Chua.
Instead of having her bride’s maids in dainty dresses, she had them wear modern tops paired with long printed skirts.
She meticulously handled each detail herself, making sure that the bride’s wishes were followed to the letter.
She hand tied all the lace for all the ribbons, made her gifts for her bride’s maids and created her own design
aesthetic for the event in collaboration with her skilled suppliers.
This part of the production, together with our partner for this event, Passion Cooks Catering, made the creative side of planning this wedding so much easier for all parties. I admire Joane and Rex’s dedication in devoting their full attention during the preps.
This gave me the opportunity to devote my skill set towards making sure that the day ran smoothly, on-time and of course,
filled with sheer beauty.
Having mentioned that this wedding was well thought of, most of the invitees were raring to go.
Word spread that this union is going to be one for the books.
We have overflowed our banquet order to almost 50 pax and yet with creative problem solving
we managed to accommodate all of them at the Platinum wing of the Monochrome.
It was one hazy morning, drizzling and cold.
But during the afternoon when Joane was nearing her approach to the aisle, the sky smiled and blessed their forever.
Cheers to Mr. and Mrs Q!
Love and light to all you hold dear.
Thanks to our partner suppliers:
Ms Peachy Castillo
Nuvali, Sta. Rosa Laguna
Florist for the bouquets
Bridal gown and Female entourage’s gowns
Bride’s and bride’s mother’s accessories
Mary Grace Liao
MG SCAPE Audio
sounds and lights
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