The south has become a famous spot for weddings in recent years with its colder climate and less congested roads. There are numerous wedding venues here but what caught the eye of Karlo and Paz is San Antonio de Padua. It took us quite a while to find the church since it’s not really along the main road but once you see it, it’s hard to miss. You’ll be welcomed with a fountain and a wide lawn in front of a stunning brick walled church. It definitely looks rustic with an old Portuguese appeal but I was told it’s only a few decades old.
As for Karlo and Paz, we made it a point to schedule an engagement session with them because it will help them ease up with a lot of cameras come wedding day. It also never fails to bring us closer to our bride and groom, making the working atmosphere a whole lot better. It becomes a breeze for their personalities to be shown naturally and that would definitely be a plus in the photos.
From their engagement session to the wedding, they won’t fail using the color blue which is the main tone for their wedding. It’s quite rare for us to see a bride who’d go against the usual and use colored stilettos to complement a beautiful gown. An intimate union that exudes classic elegance, here’s the wedding of Karlo and Paz.
Coordination: Trina San Pascual
Couturier: Happy Andrada