And they were all yellow.
Choy and Jill went with mango yellow as their motif, accented by chocolate brown and bronze. The theme? Well, Jill can do the talking.
Our first idea was just fashion kasi pareho kaming shopaholics and slaves of fashion! Choy more than me, can you believe? Haha! Then when Veluz and I discussed my gown, I wanted it to be made of lace, sabi niya sa akin, “Ah lace pala gusto mo ha, eto, malulunod ka sa lace!” Kaya naisip namin elegant naman for every detail of our wedding to be lacy.
The couple hired “Details Diva” Ernest Pascual for the event styling. Suffice it to say that they had style in every detail and detail in every style.
Following the lace and fashion theme, the tables were named after the fashion capitals of the world. All the stationery — invites, save-the-dates, menu cards, place cards, message cards and table numbers — incorporated the lacy doily pattern chosen by the couple as their cohesive element. Even the gobo lights had to be customized by Sensitivity to show the lacy pattern dancing on the ceiling.
The message tree:
Trivia cards about the couple were placed on every table.
And my favorite detail of all, this four-tiered wedding cake by Penk Ching (who also designed celebrity couple Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo’s photo cake)
Not to forget the lacy dress that started it all. By Veluz, who else.
And almost as a postscript, I just had to post the groom’s shoes and cufflinks. It’s true what Jill said, they both LOVE fashion but it’s really Choy who’s more a slave to it. Wink, wink.
To Choy and Jill, if your marriage could be half as awesome as your wedding, you’re pretty much set for life. Cheers!