Friday, June 04, 2010

Choosing a Wedding Theme and Motif

To be a June bride is one of my dreams, though I haven't thought of a beach wedding or even a destination wedding, all I wanted is to say "I DO" on my birthday. Seeing the reality of that dream is really wonderful. Just wonderful. So today, I am sharing some things about my wedding.

My chosen color motif is gold, yellow, and ivory. Whatever shade of those three colors will do. In my color palette, I can see yellow gold, metallic gold, lemon yellow, tangerine yellow, ivory, cream, and a lot more. My chosen theme is a simple tropical beach wedding. It will be held in my province in Romblon, so imagine a small crowd composed with my family, some relatives and friends in a wedding hall by the beach. Hopefully, it won't rain a lot (please). You know in the Philippines, when you say June you think of back-to-school, and at the same time, you think of rain. Well, showers are okay but heavy rains is totally not good.

Anyway, I will be marching in a gown made by Arleen Sipat of Salsa Trends. It is a one-shoulder or asymmetrical grecian gown in ivory color with gold belt as accessory. I have a pair of gold sandals to match the gold detail..

The groom will be wearing a traditional barong tagalog which is similar to a guayabera or the Mexican wedding shirt. Matching the barong are khaki trousers and brown beach sandals. I don't have pictures of wedding stuff we already have and prepared, but I think, the photo above represents them well, the grecian dress, the yellow arch, the gold rings, gold sandals, etc.

Every day becomes busier than the other. Just wanted to share some thoughts here. I will miss blogging the next two weeks but will probably blog a little more before going to my hometown.

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