Rustic and vintage style weddings are all the rage right now and there’s no denying my fondness for these themes. Today, however, we’ll see a wedding that is stylish, chic, slightly offbeat and up-to-date with touches of vintage details. It is definitely a wedding that is one to remember. Before we look through the photos, I’ll leave you with this beautiful piece of writing about the wedding from the Bride’s friend, Samantha. Oh, and be sure to watch their beautiful wedding film by Fuguwi Collective. So nice!
A feast of originality, personality and detail, the wedding of Anthon and Ann Corre is DIY at its finest.With such a distinctive theme of Mod, the design was seamlessly married with rustic and thoughtful touches. From the endless stacks of vinyls, hand-written chalkboard notes and a play between pretty and polished, one could see how much work was dedicated to perfect the reception. Needless to say, every corner is an illustration of what the couple is and loves.
Led by the bride’s best friend Leah Castañeda, a small group of family and friends crafted such a heartfelt and warm welcome to the newlyweds that it’s still fondly remembered— not only by Anthon & Ann but by every guest who came and stayed.
Wedding Location: Light of Love Events Place
Hotel: Cocoon Boutique Hotel
Photographer: Mark Cristino and Jeck Manliquez
Videographer: Fuguwi Collective
Catering: Hizon’s Catering
Dessert Buffet: Baker Street Philippines
Hair and Make Up: Toni Rodriguez Artistry
Wedding Gown: Vera Wang
Wedding Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Groom’s Suit and Shoes: Ben Sherman
Entourage Dress: Mod Cloth
Flower Girls: Pumpkin Patch
Ring Bearers: Fred Perry
Production Designers: Austin Castaneda, Kel Sampayan and Rendell Natividad
Wedding Planner: Leah Castaneda
DIY: Pinwheels by PPERHEADS
Invitation: Geraldine Mapa