While we skip the spring season here in our country, that doesn’t mean we can’t have our dream spring wedding here in the Philippines. So while different seasons may can come and go, one of the advantages of living in a tropical country like the Philippines, is that you can have that ideal spring wedding at almost anytime of the year (what with us only having two seasons: the Wet season and the dry season).
When we think of spring weddings, we automatically think of garden weddings, but the great thing about having a spring wedding in the Philippines is that when it gets too hot outside, we can bring the weddings indoors and still create that feel-good spring vibe. I’ve come up with five spring wedding ideas that you’ll love. Read on!
1. Details, Details, Details.
It could be the calligraphy you choose for your wedding invitations, or maybe the small bouquet of flowers you’ve chosen — no matter what, paying attention to these little details help you create that spring feel for you dream wedding I Do’s.
Go for a wedding gown that uses very light material
these flowers give off that spring ranch-wedding feel
cute little peony bouquets won’t distract from the beauty that is you and yet still make a spring statement
2. Have fun with Colors.
Spring is the perfect season to infuse your special day with color. So use that knowledge in creating your spring wedding. Use colors that can brighten up anyones day. I love the pastel hue this couple chose for their entourage.
Pastel shades can brighten up any wedding
Neutral shades for the gentlemen are also perfect for the spring vibe
3. Go indoors.
I know, I know, spring means enjoying the outdoors but honestly, it’s never really easy to stay under the scorching heat for long hours at a time, so don’t be afraid to go indoors and choose locations that have sufficient air-conditioning for you and your guests.
This Catholic Church in Forbes Park, Sanctuario de San Antonio is ideal for the the dry season when heat outside can go as high as 40 degrees celsius. Your guests will thank you later.
You and your guests can enjoy and appreciate the solemnity of the wedding ceremony in an air-conditioned church
4. Go outdoors for your portraits.
The abundance of natural light during the dry season makes spring weddings such a delight to shoot. Make good use of that glorious light by stepping outside once you start doing your wedding portraits.
5. Go Bright or Go Home.
Great indoor lighting can help give you that spring feel to your whole wedding setup. With exceptional lighting, even at night, one can’t help but imagine that just outside is a wonderful display of the clear night sky.
So there you go, my five spring wedding ideas I hope you’ll find useful when planning your feel-good spring wedding! Cheers!
Ces and Joey’s A-team:
Photographer: Shayla Sanchez
Videographer: Notion in Motion
Hair and Make up: Bea Gatdula Almeda
Wedding Gown: Jo Rubio
Suit: Nomers Tailoring
Coordinator: Raquel Dayao-Ocampo
Flowers: Daughter of Design by Beng Villanueva
Reception Venue: Enderun Colleges
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