Wedding Tips


Having an Awesome Summer Wedding

By Mina Deocareza | March 2015

Summer is here again. Since there is lower probability of rains, having a destination wedding is really a good idea. If you are dreaming of getting married on a beach, this is the perfect season for you. But of course, you have to keep in mind that there are things you have to consider when tying the knot in summer. Here are some of them:

1. The Right Style and Fabric for Your Wedding Dress

It's definitely hotter in summer, it is best to choose a wedding dress made from a lighter fabric type. This way, you won't get sweaty throughout the ceremony and banquet. It is also ideal that you choose a style that's simpler, so you can still move around. For awesome choices, get in touch with the wedding attire experts: Edward Teng, Angelita Sy Gowns and Barongs, and Adorata Weddings.

2. Perfect Wedding Setup

To be able to pull-off a perfect summer wedding, it is a good idea that you hire a talented and experienced event stylist like Henry Pascual. Apart from installing centerpieces that are created especially for you, he can also help you think of a peg to use on your wedding day.

3. Skilled Videographers

Summer is fun. There are simply lots of fun moments to expect, especially if you are going for a destination wedding. To make the most of things, hire a skilled videographer to capture these moments. Smart Shot Studio, Ariel Javelosa Photography, Vignette Photography, and Photogenics are some of the best videographers in the Metro.

Make your summer wedding more fun and memorable!

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  • Having an Awesome Summer Wedding

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