Fun, carefree, and vibrant are words that come to mind in describing today’s beautiful bohemian inspired wedding. Bathed in raw, earthy vibe, DIY touches and generous use of boho chic decors, Jake and Bea’s wedding is a rich source of off beat, alternative wedding details.
Some deets to check out are: the dream catchers used as reception décor, jam spreads as favors, the long wooden tables with burlap runners, couple’s chairs decorated with leis of kalachuchi, greens and colorful ribbons, and the wheel barrow used in the booze bar.
Lovely Wednesday to us, cherries! Here’s the rest of this boho-beautiful bash! Enjoy!
The Photo Gallery:
The Dream Team:
Photography: Nicolai Melicor | Videography: Bliss and Berries | Church: San Roque Parish Church, San Pablo City, Laguna | Reception: Casa San Pablo | Hair and Makeup: Jasmine Mendiola (assisted by Marie Tan, Jopie Sanchez, and Benjie Angeles) | Wedding Gown: Teena Sabrina Tan | Entourage Dresses: Basic Movement | Groom’s Suit Designer: Ziggy Savella | OTD Coordinator: Sheila Quieta and Julius Reyes | Catering, Cake, Bridal Car, Styling: Casa San Pablo | Photobooth: Hepburn Prints | Invitation design: DIY by groom | Invitation Envelopes Calligraphy: Natalie Lim | Bridal and Entourage Flowers: Tropical Blooms | Emcee: Ron Jabal | DIY by couple and friends: wooden and burlap signs, wedding favors, all design and print collateral
Not everyone can pull off a really offbeat wedding. So when today’s darling two, George and Annabelle, decided to take the bohemian vibe into the woods, I thought, heck this wedding is surely magical!
And magical, it was. With the creative mind and expert hands of their stylist, Geof Lagria, their picturesque boho woodland wedding has come to life. What made things equally exciting was that, the couple decided to do an outdoor preps. They’ve taken dressing up to the next level and created a no fuss and carefree atmosphere for everyone to follow.
This fearless two did not stop right there. They decided to hold the most upbeat reception setting complete with long tables for a more communal seating, some darling string of lights for romantic dances later and the yummiest strawberry naked cake there is.
Carefully and beautifully captured through the lens of Paopao Sanchez, join me as we altogether hop in that red VW Kombi and witness the fun, fun wedding of George and Annabelle. Cheers!
The Photo Gallery:
The Dream Team:
Photogrphy: Paopao Sanchez Photography | Videography: Lester Renz Arreglado, Anthony Dela Torre and Sly Climaco | Aerial Video: Karlo Matuguinas | Planning: George and Annabelle of Geo | Anne Concepts | Coordination and Management: Carlo Abaquita | Styling and Execution: Geof Lagria | Bridal Make-up: Ramil Solis | Bridal Bouquet & Boutonnieres: Vatel Manila | Bridal Gown, Groom’s Suit, Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Manuel Tumaque | Bridal Shoes Artworks: Ancel Pasinabo | Calligraphy: April Mae Valencia-Carrillo | Unlimited Coffee: Starbucks | Cake and Sweets: Thecakeboutique Bycarlbeth | Food Favors: Silver Spoon | Hercules Chairs: Pinky Chang of PinkFlora Flowers & Events Inc. Styro Crafts: Erwin de Guzman Wooden Camera | Giveaways: Love Signs Burlap Pouches | Runners and Banners: Recuerdos Online and Retail Shop | Wooden Hangers Artwork: MELAfied | Thumbmarked Wedding Rings: Diamond Fire Manila Lights and Sounds: Unique Wedding and Events | Event Host: Arthur James Aliazon| Bridal Car: Carlo Abaquita | Vintage Cars: Michael Joseph Aurelio | Photobooth: PhunPhoto Booth
Intimate and DIY weddings will always be my favorites. There is something in small, bespoke weddings that bring so much tenderness and charm, making them so heartfelt and real.
Such was the wedding of Paolo and Nadine. Beautifully designed to showcase a fusion of rustic and bohemian vibe, every handmade detail stood out and created a signature that is uniquely the couple’s. I personally loved the bride Nadine’s choice of wedding dress and her flower crown and bouquet. Their cake table is also something to look forward to — why have one cake when you can have many!
But despite having so many pretty little deets, it was the simplicity of their laid-back Baguio wedding that made everything breathtakingly beautiful. No fuss, no worries. Just pure love. After all, it’s all that matters.
Lovingly captured by Fog Photo, each photograph silently speak of beauty and warmth that only pure love can bring.
Love is in the air here today, cherries! Go ahead and take a peek at this lovely bespoke wedding. Enjoy!
I love this wedding in all its pristine and natural beauty. The beautiful and carefree barefoot bride, chic and casually dressed entourage, nonchalant reception decor and the breathtaking charm of Bohol — all yours for the taking today.
I wouldn’t be able to translate into words the silent spectacle of Andrew and Jay’s wedding. You just have to see for yourselves the wonderful photographs taken by the extremely talented Paopao Sanchez in order for you to enjoy and absorb the beauty of this bohemian beach wedding.
It’s quite rare that I am at a loss for words. This is one of those rare occasions. So I wouldn’t hold you any longer, cherries. Fall in love and be ready to be swept away. As Paopao puts it, “Gorgeous couple, gorgeous wedding!” Enjoy viewing! 🙂
Yes, that’s right, this movie is actually a rich source of wedding inspirations. A sequel to Meet the Parents, this movie rightfully ends with the wedding of Greg and Pam — a riotous but fun celebration by the lake.
While their reception decors were vibrant and super colorful, I decided to take snippets of inspirations only and have come up with a much tamer version of their wedding. Still following the bohemian tropical beach wedding vibe (without the actual beach), here are the important deets to take note: flowy, free-form dresses for the bride and guests, sweet smelling flowers to be placed on everyone’s hair, use of orchids as the main floral decor (and of course, the bridal bouquet should be orchids too), a beach inspired wedding cake (with seashells deets galore!), and my most favorite detail of all — the inverted umbrellas in the reception! These mismatched inverted umbrellas are a breaker from the usual but famous paper lanterns. Whimsical, fancy and fun. With the Meet the Fockers movie inspired wedding, a joyous night filled with magic and dancing will surely follow! 🙂