Rebellious Bride Marie's Paper Surreal Wedding

All Photos by Rebellious Bunch Pat Dy unless labeled otherwise
"What made me a Rebellious Bride is by going for our theme. I knew I wanted something different, though i didn't know what I wanted at first. I never stopped looking. After months, I finally had my eureka moment!"

Rebellious Bride Marie Andres on what makes her a Rebellious Bride

I am absolutely in love with this rebellious wedding! Why you might ask? For starters, I am amazed at how Rebellious Bride Marie found her wedding theme, of all places, in IKEA. How's that for a rebellious inspiration?
But when Marie emailed us explaining to us her concept, my thought bubble was...uh-oh....brilliant concept but how was it executed? And then I was pleasantly surprised and relieved to discover that Marie and her groom Nino made sure to entrust their Paper Surreal Wedding to the rebellious of the rebellious--Vatel, Pat Dy, K by Kaye Cunanan, Cecilio Abad, Perfect 10 Weddings, this was an all-star cast...and the result of wich was a paper wedding in the most classy way imaginable. Everything looked like a piece of paper artwork--even the gown. 


Rebellious Bride Marie writes:

Hi Rebels! :-)
Im a fan of your blog :-)

The very first time I saw this picture i knew i finally found our theme: 

 Our theme is paper surreal because I love paper and I love how it is a durable and clean material.

I wanted the Ikea Maskros lamp (dandelion paper lamp) to be the centerpiece of my reception. We bought 2 of these in Singapore Ikea. Since I was decided with using the paper lamp, I thought that it should match well to the whole reception.

Actually, our reception concept stemmed from that simple Ikea lamp. I thought that if we have our reception in a hotel then they would have in-house chandeliers, so next idea came that we should have it outdoors. But then, a white roofed tent would not showcase the lamp’s beauty especially at night, so the idea of a transparent tent came in. I searched for the nicest tents in Manila and I finally saw Likha’s tent. Then after that came the idea of paper decors on the table. I was happy that Vatel Manila was still available and is very willing to do our decors.

Photo on the left by Jaja Samaniego




Photo by Jaja Samaniego

Photo by Jaja Samaniego

Photo by Jaja Samaniego

Rebellious Brides: What can you advice to brides who may be thinking of having a creative wedding but are afraid to pursue it?

Marie: Just make sure your wedding is reflective of you and your groom's personality. Research and more research helps, and an open mind too! :-)


RB: What is your definition of a Rebellious Bride?

Marie: A Rebellious Bride knows that a wedding is an introductory presentation of the lifetime that is ahead of her and her groom and so she gives it her all. In the end, she pleases herself, makes her groom proud and leaves her guests in awe and inspired!

CREDITS:
COORDINATOR + EMCEE
Perfect 10 Weddings

PHOTOGRAPHY
Pat Dy

VIDEOGRAPHY
Phoeben Teocson Team B

CATERER FOOD
K by Cunanan

RECEPTION, HOTEL ROOM, 3 SHUTTLES
Thunderbird Resort

CAKE 2 TIERS
Cake Concepts

IKEA LAMP
Bought from ikea

STYLIST + BOUQUET
Dylan Gozum of Vatel Manila, and also ETC Handmade Goodness.

TENT with 20 GLOBELIGHTS
Likha Events

BRIDAL GOWN
Cecilio Abad + MOH Dress

GROOM SUIT
Onesimus

ENTOURAGE
Gretchen Pichay

HAIR AND MAKE UP
Pong Niu

INVITATIONS
Done by bride's sister Debbie Grace Andres

Congratulations Marie & Nino! And thank you so much for 
sharing with us your uber unique wedding! :)  

XOXO,
Kai
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1 comment:

  1. Perfect 10 WeddingsJune 20, 2012 at 4:14 PM

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    Wow! :) Thank you for letting me know... :)

    Really great feature! :)

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