An All-White Garden Wedding Inspiration with a Colonial Twist

by Clementine Nathasia Saputan [[ 1515463200000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in WEDDING IDEAS  

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If you've been dreaming of a garden wedding, this is the perfect inspiration for you. Without tinkering too much on the decoration, this photo shoot utilizes the most of the venue, proving that less can be so much more. The vast landscape and colonial architecture really liven up photos taken by Artystafoto and gives such an iconic, timeless feel to this beautiful photo shoot.

For such an enchanting garden wedding, a classic white wedding dress is definitely out of question. Even for an outdoor occasion, there's no reason you shouldn't use a train on your wedding dress. Don't forget to also create an enchanting bouquet to go with the dress as well! As it is a garden wedding, use lavish, colorful flowers to further highlight the wedding theme. Meanwhile, the groom can opt for a blue-colored suit as an alternative to the classic black tuxedo. Either a lighter or a darker shade, a blue suit gives out an elegant and fashionable vibe to the groom's look.

With tall rising pillars, water fountain and intricate stone works that enhanced the colonial feel of the wedding, everything came together effortlessly into creating this beautiful white wedding inspiration. Villa Milagros was truly the right choice for such a serene theme and Artystafoto did such a wonderful job capturing all the details. Take another look at the photos and don't forget to add ones you love to the inspiration board!


CREDIT TO VENDORS:

  • Photography:

    Artystafoto

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  • Dress & Attire: RAU Atelier Manila , RAU Atelier Weddings
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  • Flowers: Dave Sandoval
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  • Hair & Makeup:

    Carissa Cielo Medved

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  • Wedding Planning:

    Bride Idea

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  • Wedding Shoes: Jefferson Si
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  • Wedding Accessories: Christopher E Munar Fashion
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  • Others (Unique Services): Stylist: PJ Dawa Tan Salazar
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  • Venue: Villa Milagros

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