Orange You Glad You Got Married?

A dose of color and warmth from photographer Noel Salazar in this country-themed/DIY wedding. Have a bright week ahead, Rebellious Brides!

The boutonnieres and bouquets were all handmade by the bride. LOVE the checkered, polkadot and floral prints!

A heart-shaped fire lantern! How awesome!

Burlap and printed fabric buttons are perfect for this country wedding feel set in the province of Tacloban. 

A fruit punch and a checkered table cloth make for a relaxing wedding. 
Let them eat PIE!
The bride wore a printed fabric sandal that matched her entire theme.

A lil bit of country and lots of rebellious details that rock! 

And now, I am off to look for pie because of this wedding. Haha! I hope they have more weddings like this in the Philippines. It's just so not stiff and pretentious. I love all the homemade details and how the country-feel all ties in together - makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Okay, now for some pie!

Stay rebellious, people!

<3<3<3 Mica

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