When looking for the perfect place to get married this couple had lots of venues and churches to choose from, but the law of attraction hit! After viewing numerous venues separately, the ones they chose were the first venues that they visited together, and they are beautiful!
This hands-on bride focused on every detail of the wedding and was a DIY queen. She even made her own cake! Check out all of the details of this wedding in the full gallery, photographed by A&A Photography.
Favorite Part: Bridal March
My favorite part of the day was my bridal march, everyone was very emotional, I almost ruined my make-up crying! For my bridal march, we chose IKAW by Regine Velasquez, it was our parent's favorite song. Our same-day-edit background song was HYMN by fleurie. Our reception venue, Chateau Hestia is a European-inspired bed and breakfast, garden restaurant and deli. A secret garden with Austrian cuisine and beautiful rustic theme, was perfect for our Rustic European-inspired theme. To make our wedding even more special, I made our wedding cake, plus DIY projects such as mason jars wrapped with burlap and lace, and used Christmas lights for our backdrop.
Intimate Wedding For Less Chaos
On the other hand, We only had a maximum of 60 guests, so it was a small
intimate wedding with immediate family and close friends. It was more intimate
and less chaotic, we were able to spend more time with our guests and everyone who contributed to
our wedding in his or her own way. My advice for soon-to-be brides: just
enjoy everything because it's your day. Thank God for everything and
let you and your partner enjoy life together.
If you love the intricate details on the bride's dress you should check out these stunning Ever After Gowns, by Philippine designer Veluz Reyes. Also take a peek at the video below, filmed by A&A Photography.