A huge chunk of your wedding budget goes to food, which is why wedding food planning should never be overlooked. If you feed your guests (and suppliers) well, you can be sure it’ll be a fun night for all!
If you’ve ever been to a wedding or any event, then you know that one of the most awaited parts of the program is when the food is finally served. You might even know one or two individuals who go straight to the reception (please don’t be that person!). It’s unnecessary for us to say it but we will anyway: food is incredibly important. We don’t just eat to live. Sometimes, we live to eat too. That’s why wedding food planning should never be left ’til the last minute!
There’s a reason why traditions are called that—we tend to live by these time-tested rituals. But Alexis and Eula’s out-of-the-box wedding proves that the unfamiliar can be just as comforting.
Wedding myths and traditions: there are a lot of them, especially in this country. Siblings cannot get married in the same year. Guests shouldn’t wear black. The buffet should always be overflowing. But when Alexis and Eula decided to have their out-of-the-box wedding, it wasn’t just to go against the grain. Rather, they thought carefully about all the details that they felt suited their tastes and principles. They wanted to have a wedding that truly gave back and paid forward to the people who mattered to them.
Who says flowers are only for girls? Just as there is a Yin for every Yang, the woods of Eden Nature Park in Davao provide the perfect masculine contrast to this sweet violet and magenta wedding.
Rev and Doy’s love story, much like the many flowers that filled their ceremony and reception, took a lot of time to grow. So it’s only fitting that their floral violet and magenta wedding, held in the serene Eden Nature Park in Davao (here’s a rustic wedding in Tagaytay for all you, Manilans), served as a symbolic testament to a love that is now in full bloom.