Colorful Wedding Feast: An Editorial

On a rainy July, despite rainshower warnings and our garden set-up idea, we still went on to pursue the editorial we have been planning for a few months now. The day started with clear skies, bright, and sunny, until rain fell hard in the afternoon (oh no!). That didn’t stop us though and still finished the shoot. These share-worthy set of photos made it all worth it!

For this editorial, we wanted to showcase bold, vibrant colors. Mexican-inspired theme is just perfect.  Imagine your guests getting trigger-happy with all the colorful elements in your wedding set-up. Think about how your wedding photos will cheerfully remind you of that big day. 

Check out the whole-set and you might just catch yourself pinteresting details you truly love. We hope you find one, or two! ♥

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Here are some of the suppliers looking haggard fresh after the entire shoot! 🙂 That’s me second from the left. ♥

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Photography: Sunday Morning Studios assisted by Kristine Villagracia and Arnold Duran
Models: Chanty De Leon & Mikko Bermudez
Videography: Andrew Apuya assisted by Peter Frac
Hair: Arci Barcenas
Make-up: Josephine Ira Roncal
Bridal Bouquet & Boutonnieres: Events by Dave Sandoval
Event Stylist: Tipping Point Collective
Wedding Gown (beaded sheer tulle gown with hand-made organza flowers): Mara Chua
Wedding Gown (bohemian-inspired 2-piece halter gown) Teena Sabrina Tan
Cakes & Printed Cookies: Lovelots Cakes
Calligraphy on Printed Cookies: Casey Ligon
Invitations: PaperThread Studio
Signages: Geli Balcruz of Pluma_PH
Mini Potted Succulents: Windy & Nutkin
Location: Mango Farm, Antipolo