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Drew & Nyssa Wedding
by Bodahaus

Updated on 02 November 2017, Tagaytay

We admire Nyssa's steadfastness and conviction that things can be better. After all this is her wedding, which happens only once and everything must be perfect. We admire her for her patience with DIY's. Not many brides could possibly survive it given the amount of things that she have done. We feel bad that we haven't get some photos of the invitation and the cute wedding-favors to show her creativity. We consider every wedding that we become a part of, a learning experience. We do not shy from any opportunity to learn new things and Drew & Nyssa's wedding was one that's definitely taught us a lot. Especially when considering Tagaytay during the month of May. Nyssa really wants a destination wedding in Tagaytay, because it is a special place for her and Drew. There was a heavy rain the day before the wedding. A really heavy one. Because of weather unpredictability, we decided to move the ceremony inside the Pavilion. It's supposed to be done in the iconic Rosemont Gardens Gazebo. We were right to make this decision, heavy rain pour a minute before the ceremony start. But looking at all these pretty photos, who cares anymore? Remember that it takes both rain and sunshine to make a rainbow. There's happiness and love in equal measure oozing from these pictures and we thinks that's enough to say that yehey, we made it! We survived! BOUQUET FLORAL INGREDIENT: Nyssa's bridal bouquet is composed of large Ecuadorian Roses in Pink & Green tea tones and Purple bi-color Lisianthus (also known as paper roses). Inserted in between are Green Eryngium (In fairy tales it often symbolizes "An Enduring Love; that will last in spite of pain and suffering".) & Misty Yellow Limonium. Philodendron foliage as the bouquet collar. Accessorized with rosette Swarovski Crystals. Completing the look is the White French lace wrapping around the handle and adorned with Swarovski Crystal brooch.


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