Do you guys remember that engagement session with a thousand candles? If you haven’t seen it yet, you might wanna check out this link.
It is said that a wedding is the bride’s day – the moment the church doors open, she steals the show with her stunning presence. However for this particular wedding, it was their son who somehow became the star. In behalf of Rosette’s father, Ethan ran half way on the aisle to walk his mom to his dad, it was a heartfelt moment for everyone to witness. I also remember Oliver sharing to us on how their son was the reason why everything worked out for them as a couple and eventually came to having this wedding.
It was a year ago when Oli proposed in Boracay that’s why they originally thought of having the wedding there. But logistics is a usual block for out of town weddings so they instead had a beach wedding in the heart of the city. From the brides maids’ flowers, to the sand and shells as part of the centre piece, the guests truly experienced a setting close to the white sands of Boracay. The theme was also a reflection of the couple, quoting them on why they chose this concept..
“It’s where we find peace and solitude. The feeling of being on the beach – salt on our hair, sand on our feet. The wind. The waves. That laid back feeling and having a relaxed life. An escape from reality. Everyone’s happy. No stress. No dramas.”
Now if that doesn’t make you want to hit the beach, I don’t know what. You guys enjoy this one. :]
Coordination: Teena Barretto
Videography: Mayad Studios
Makeup and Hair: Kay Rodriguez
Florist: Eve & Co.
Couturier: Veejay Floresca
Conceptualization: Wedding Agency by The Rebellious Brides