We had a Moroccan theme with a cornflower blue and lemon yellow color palette. I also did have lemon literally on my bouquet! I wore a sheer prep gown instead of the usual bridal robes. All of our Principal Sponsors blessed us one by one, which is not part of the usual Catholic wedding in The Philippines. The reception had a Moroccan vibe with all possible shades of blue and yellow.
A little Alice in Wonderland, a smidge of Doctor Who, and two geeky kids in the Philippines tie the knot, geek-style. With a pink princess gown, little Alices and Ums running around, and some crafty projects, there was no way this wasn’t going to be fun. Not even a typhoon warning was stopping it. Oh, and wait until you hear about the family’s first dance starring an Xbox!
Two introverts in love, a little Alice in Wonderland decor, and surprise vintage-turned-modern style totally makes this Philippines wedding a super sweet sight to behold. Just wait until you see how the groom thwarted all those “glass-clinking” requests at the ceremony. Oh, and don’t miss the cake/water feature at the reception!
This pair chose a sleek Las Vegas hotel suite as the venue for their intimate wedding. Some Portal and Mass Effect details, a super sexy burgundy gown, and even a surprise tuxedo shirt were some of the awesome details that made this wedding all their own. Plus, you’ll love the bride’s favorite moment (spoiler: it’s before the wedding!).
Hasmukh and Kathlynn fused a whole lot of color into their wedding day. Everything is color-drenched and squeal-worthy, from the bride’s bright red bouquet and jewelry, to the pink-hued streamers in the ceremony! The wedding decor was 100% DIYed by the couple and their family members. They handcrafted striped and polka-dotted yellow and orange lanterns, created wedding signs with sturdy paper and puff paint, and tucked floral centerpieces into coffee mug vases.
Lots of geek fun to be had in this Monday Montage in the form of XKCD and a little Zelda, plus a game of “I Spy” and some muglies! The Offbeat Bride Pinterest account offered up some not-too-silly Valentine’s Day ideas.