Newlyweds RC and Goodyield Chu just had the most Pinterest-worthy intimate and meaningful rustic wedding in The Mango Farm in Antipolo, Rizal. There is nothing better than a wedding ceremony where every corner tells the couple’s journey to forever.
The key to rustic weddings is a pop of color in the midst of muted tones. The groom’s blue suit was the perfect pop of blue against the pastels.
The bride picked the perfect silhouette for an outdoor wedding– slender, sheer, and the right amount of embellishments.
To add a personal touch, the bride DIY-ed their vow notebooks to match the rustic theme.
Take this as a good tip since reading from a large piece of paper or your cellphone could kind of be an eyesore in photos.
What made the wedding meaningful was how the couple dedicated part of the ceremony to honor their parents.
“The most meaningful and most emotional part of the ceremony was the honoring of our parents. This is compulsory in Christian weddings following the fifth of The Ten Commandments. I believe this is also the only time we get to verbally appreciate our parents in front of other family members and friends, just before we officially leave their nest.”
Matching everything: ruched dresses for the bride squad by Opposites Attract and pink bows and jumpers for the bridesmen by Cornell’s Custom Tailors showed perfect synchronization with the theme.
We love how the groomsmen also donned jumpers and bows in a different color palette!
“If you stick to the vision of your theme, the design elements and supplier selection process will be easier. Always think about what will make both of you happy instead of worrying about impressing your guests (you can never please everyone). It is your wedding after all, not theirs!”
Don’t underestimate the power of small details like accessories and containers. These details will make the theme of your wedding more apparent and help you achieve amazing flat lay photos.
Congratulations and best wishes, RC and Goodyield!