Hernandez-Garcia Wedding



The sweat-dripping trip to Tabora, the 2-hour putting up of streamers, panicking and everything else in between was all worth it. Though I technically missed Wanderland 2014 for this, I still enjoyed the night before since we had a fabulous eat out on the deck at The Bayleaf Hotel in Intramuros. That week was all about preparation for the Hernandez- Garcia Wedding, wherein my cousin and her girlfriend got married~happily!

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Meet the newly weds!

Here are some pictures that might serve as inspiration for events and photography purposes as well. The couple opted for a generic vintage wedding that was kind of D.I.Y. with the pastels, polka dots and golden details. The preparation wouldn’t have been lighter if not for Manila Mystic‘s Ms. Tess Catapang ,together with Vignette Photography and on-site band, Sentimental Groove band.

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I love how the flower girl design set came out!

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Centerpieces!

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Some flowers and gold for accents.

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I suggested these paper straws as accents! I love how they came out in contrast with the pictured red drinks and lemonade.

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Some teal x metallic details on the cake as well.

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My favorite part of every meal; the DESERT.

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Half of the venue inside Ibarra’s Garden, Manila.

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Hidden gem inside Intramuros.

We stayed in The Bayleaf Hotel  for a night and food was as always, great. If you have a chance to visit Intramuros, you should try and taste their special Bagnet and Bayleaf Burger for yourself! They have different cuisines like Italian/European, Filipino and American as well.

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The hustle and bustle of the city view while enjoying our Skydeck dinner with live music.

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This particular painting inside Cioccolata Cafe located at the ground floor of the hotel caught my eye.

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Last, but the least, I’d like to present one of my designs coming to life!

I made the designs for the bride and the ladies and flower girls for the entourage as well with the cooperation with one of our local seamstresses. I wish I could actually make one with my own hands and labor! (Yes, I think I should take crash courses with Fashion soon) Yes, I wish I could upload every single photo I took, but my net connection suck, and unfortunately, I have a lot to do.

But anyways, do not fret, on my next adventures, specifically my Japan Diaries, I’ll get you updated!

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The twirling (and perspiring) photographer lady in blue last night.

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Hope you were inspired!

Till the next posts!

S.S., signing out.

Photography by Clarisse Provido