Vintage-Autumn Wedding, part 2
If you missed the part 1 of "The Wedding Marathon", you can click here for a preview. And so I was made-up!! I love everything about what Jesy and Raymond did. The sausage-like bun, the curl on my forehead, the cat's eye and the Russian Red lipstick (which by the end of the ceremony was changed to Top Tomato because it blotted on Bryan's lips).
My girls were made-up too, including mommy and mama. They had their hair in huge curls and nude make-up. It's so 60's!!
I wrote my vows few hours before the ceremony. I had to transfer to another room so I could reflect and think properly.
Here's my detachable gown and cute pillbox hat by Kate Torralba. Besides these, Kate also made two pillows and a silver cord. They all matched my gown!
Meanwhile at the other villa....
These guys had nothing but laughter. They are Bryan's friends since high school. Bryan loves these guys to bits, and I love them too! One of them even became my chauffeur on the way to the ceremony. Thank you so much Pey! :)
The gentlemen wore purple long sleeves and violet ties.
Mama and Mommy wore orange gowns, with gold accents and green ostrich feathers, while their gold clutch bags from Bolsito went well with the gowns. Our lovely little girls wore canary yellow,
RC Lee of Fabrichild made their unique black hats. Then they had the same purple pumps too!
Bob wasn't able to post our Same-Day-Edit on his website, so I'm posting it here instead. This was actually the highlight of the reception. It had nothing but "Ooohs, Awwws, Ahhhhs, applause and other praises from everyone, including us!