A Romantic Rustic Wedding in San Pedro, Philippines

by Karina Leviani [[ 1488506400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 

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As so many recent nuptials have shown us, intimate weddings are more than just a passing trend. More couples are forgoing lavish parties with thousands of guests for smaller soirées attended by only their closest friends and relatives. Today's couple, Nix and Jan, did just that. Taking the rustic theme as their main inspiration, they had a simple yet merry celebration at La Faite Home & Country Garden in San Pedro, Philippines.

The lovely pair were wed at a lush garden area adorned with clusters of white flowers. Elements of wood and greenery were also present to complement the already beautiful garden, creating a romantic atmosphere that was perfect for their sacred vows.

The reception had a different, yet no less wonderful ambience. Held inside a barn, the rustic feel was more dominant this time around. Wooden tables with white chairs were laid out, and we couldn't miss out on the rows of fairy lights hanging above the guests' heads. The wedding was so beautiful yet relaxed, even the bride donned a pair of white sneakers instead of heels!

Don't you want to have a wedding like this? Tell us what you think in the comment box below and don't forget to add your favorite images to the inspiration board!


CREDIT TO VENDORS:

  • Dress & Attire: Julie Laña and Grace Tann
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  • Photography:

    Primatograpiya Studios

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  • Videography:

    Primatograpiya Studios

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  • Venue: La Faite Home & Country Garden
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  • Men's Formal Wear: GEM'z Bridal and Fashion Boutique
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  • Hair & Makeup: Tin-Tin Arcenal
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  • Flowers: La Faite Home & Country Garden
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  • Others (Unique Services): Calligraphy: Gracey Reyes , Chalk Lettering: Joyce Magpantay , Wooden Bearers: Treen Manila
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  • Entertainment (MC): John Biron
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  • Favors & Gifts: Kapeng Barako Batangas
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  • Wedding Planning: Sol Vierneza

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