An ultra glam blue and yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

May 21 2019 | offbeatbride  
Photos by: Proudrad
A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences
Photos by Proudrad

Offbeat partner: Caren

Offbeat partner: Kenny

Date and location of wedding: The only all-steel church in Asia, San Sebastian Church, Manila, Philippines — December 22, 2018

Our offbeat wedding at a glance: We had a Moroccan theme with a cornflower blue and lemon yellow color palette. I also did have lemon literally on my bouquet!

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

There were super personalized details including the groom's cufflinks, groomsmen's socks, shoes, bouquet, arrhae, wedding cord, rings, etc. The invitations were DIYed and made with faux leather envelopes.

I wore a sheer prep gown instead of the usual bridal robes.

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

Tell us about the ceremony:
All of our Principal Sponsors blessed us one by one, which is not part of the usual Catholic wedding in The Philippines.

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

Tell us about the reception:
The reception had a Moroccan vibe with all possible shades of blue and yellow.

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

What was the most important lesson you learned from your wedding?
I'm a hands-on bride who wanted everything DIYed. The lesson that I've learned is that sometimes you really need to let your bridesmaids and wedding party help you out when you can.

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

A cornflower blue and lemon yellow Philippines wedding with Moroccan influences

Vendors

Photographer: Proudrad • Videographer: Bob Nicolas • Groom's Suit: Arvox Tailoring • Bouquet: Bloomiere • Bride's Prep Gown: Via Valencia • Venue: San Sebastian Church, Manila

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