|Photography by MangoRed|
I've seen sooooo many Boracay weddings. So I naturally love the ones that are going against the templates. Take for example Nick & Sheeva's Boracay wedding. Beautiful calligraphy, Asya as their backdrop, emerald jewelry, copper-colored cups, and bicycle as a design element--it's a new kind of Boracay wedding and it worked flawlessly.
So what to me is the best Boracay wedding formula? 1) Invest and work with the best talents. My top 3 would be Amanda Tirol, an amazing photographer, and an equally top caliber videographer. 2) Keep everything else simple and within a reasonable budget. 3) Let go. Have fun. You are in Boracay. Love and Chill.
Congratulations to Nick & Sheeva. May you have an eternally lovely marriage as your wedding.
Credits grabbed from MangoRed:
Bridal Gown > R e e m A c r a | Entourage Gowns > V e e j a y F l o r e s c a | Video > B o b N i c o l a s | Hair + MakeUp > R a y m o n d S a n t i a g o + R o b b i e P i n e r a | Flowers + Boutonnieres > V a t e l M a n i l a + H a n d m a d e G o o d n e s s | Invites > P r i n t s o n a l i t i e s x P o p J u n k L o v e | Coordination > A m a n d a T i r o l o f B o r a c a y W e d d i n g s
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