March 10, 2018

Real Weddings: From Budapest to Boracay

The increasing number of degrees in the weather forecast and the scorching humidity aren’t lying – summer is definitely here. As our way of embracing it, we’re giving you a peek at a rosy yet elegant beach wedding, held last January in our beautiful Boracay.

Hannah and Liam’s love story isn’t your usual. It was Hannah who approached Liam at a bar in Budapest – the result of a drunken dare from her friends to prove a feminist point. Five years later – and multiple cities in between – here they are as man and wife. Their wedding was a reflection of the unconventionality of their relationship. It’s pretty in all the right places, but contains little details that show the personalities of the couple.

 Their wedding invite was a custom design by Hannah’s maid of honor Corrine Serrano, who’s also the founder of And a Half Design Studios.

Fun fact: Both groom and bride have swallow tattoos, which they got even before they met.

However, like all other couples, not everything was a perfect match between them. When the two met, Liam was completely emo. Hannah, on the other hand, is a true blue fashion girl. Over the course of their relationship, Hannah injected her sense of style and turned Liam into the dapper man that he is. Both the man-of-honor and best man mentioned this in their speeches, calling Liam’s fashion overhaul the best example of compromise in a relationship.

On their wedding day, the groom decided to go with diamond-encrusted skull cufflinks – as a quirky ode to his old self.

The bride chose block-heeled, Prada mary janes with red trims.

Another unconventionally interesting element in this wedding was that the bride had both a man of honor and a maid of honor.

Hannah’s gown, by the ever-talented Vania Romoff, had a sculpted low cut halter style, with an asymmetrical bow detail in the back as the only accessory.

The beautiful female entourage wore flowy, rose-hued dresses that contained just the right amount of frills, accessorised by straw hats.

The table setting, by Teddy Manuel, donned an elegant combination of white blooms and tropical plants.

Ceremony: The Lind Infinity Deck | Caterer: The Lind Hotel |Coordinator: Amanda Tirol & Boracay Weddings | Cake: Lemon Cafe | Invites: Corinne Serrano of And-a-Half Design Studio | Event Stylist: Teddy Manuel | Photographer: Mayad Studios | Gown designer: Vania Romoff | Suit Designer: Kaburi Abu Bespoke Tailoring and Holland & Sherry Savile Row | Bride’s Shoes: Prada | Groom’s Shoes: Loake


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