Of Shoes, Love, and Calligraphy

 There's something so deeply personal and thoughtful when a wedding is peppered with the couple's little notes and doodles. From the bride's bouquet handle, to the invitation, and even on the bridesmaids' shoes, there were calligraphy notes waiting to be read and discovered at every turn during Sheila and Bryan's wonderful wedding. The impact was so lovingly intimate...but in a very chic and sophisticated way.

*screenshot from wedding video*

Rebellious Bride Sheila shares: 

Our wedding is a balance of masculinity and femininity. Details were made to be clean and elegant with a hint of black to make it masculine. It' not all about my dream wedding. We made sure that we considered each other's ideas. Almost all of the details were DIY to make it more personal. And of course the most important detail of our wedding, the Shoesssss! I made sure that my bridesmaids, flower girl, my groom and I will be "Sheilafied!"  My bridal shoes was semi-avant garde with intricate hand-sewn beading and sculptural wooden heels.

Our wedding was 70% shoes and 30% love. Just kidding! My dream to become a shoe designer 5 years ago has been a way to find my forever. It was destined not just to fulfill my dream but love knocked me off my feet too. Indeed, One shoe can change your life. 

Congratulations to Sheila and Bryan. May your marriage be as inspired as your wedding! 
Photographer: Nicolai Wedding Photography
Videographer: Blacktie Project
Wedding gown: Patricia Santos
Bride, Groom, Female Entourage, & Flower Girl's Shoes: Sheila de Jesus (Bride)
Female Entourage gowns: Mara Chua
Bride's Hair and Make-up: Mariah Santos
Florals: Eventcetera
Event Stylist: Evencetera
Invitation Design, signs, calligraphy and all wedding collaterals: DIY by the bride
On- the-day Coordinator: Event Mangament Circle
Cake: Francine's Sweet
Caterer: Enderun Colleges


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