We love this bride’s mantra, “Cosy doesn’t always mean costly”. Couples really need to rethink their wedding budgets instead of simply following what other couples out there are doing. Prioritise the things that are important to you and keep your wedding meaningful and warm. Thanks, Myio Okamoto, for this beautiful set of photos.
Vida: “My husband cried as I was walking down the aisle; I didn’t expect that. I felt like I was the most beautiful woman he had ever seen in his life. That was when I realised: this is it, I’m going to spend a lifetime with this man, and I feel so loved! It was one of the happiest days of my life.
“We wanted a cool and cosy wedding in Tagaytay, in a place where everyone would feel at home, so we decided to have it in our backyard. The pastel colours, gentle and bright just like our love for each other, complemented our rustic, homey wedding well.
Tips from the bride: “Cosy doesn’t always mean costly. You can have the perfect wedding right outside your home.”
Photography by Myio Okamoto / Videography by Jake Olaso / Venue The High Grove, Tagaytay / Number of Guests 150 / Wedding Planning by Tie the Knot by Joanna Rumohr / Bridal Gown by Paolo Blanco / Bride’s Shoes by Gucci / Hair and Makeup by Mary Letim / Groom’s Attire by Paolo Blanco / Wedding Bands by My Diamond / Bridesmaids’ Dresses by Paolo Blanco / Flowers and Décor by Il Fiore Tagaytay / Wedding Cake by Purple Dish / Catering by Purple Dish / Art and Stationery by Print City / Music by Jam Acoustic / DJ Bdyne Mix