well, i didn't... sad though that they waited for so long before tying up the knot.
A color palette of piña, ecru, ivory, beige, moving to tan, mocha, khaki, cinnamon, raw sienna and brown, then finally ending in the cool shades of dove gray, platinum and anthracite; Filipino stripes and patadyong plaids, as well as delicate embroidery and point d’esprit added texture to their attires.
Korina’s and Gino’s design for turn-of-the-century-inspired flowers at the church, with old-style Filipino rosal, sampaguita, homegrown Japanese lilies, camia clusters, paper roses and Baguio roses allowed for the perfect scale when juxtaposed against the imposing scale of the church.
The sweet kakanin passed around in native bilao and woven trays consisted of Silay senoritas, galletas and bañadas from Negros, pili macaroons from Cely Montelibano and mini bukayo from Lolinia Juarez, from the Ma-ao market.
the newlyweds riding in a vintage convertible as they wove through the crowded streets of Quezon City on the way back to Bahay na Puti.
And the rest of the wedding and salu-salo is history.
wait! who could forget the padyak? ^^<