Simple can be sensational! Amidst the early morning sun on the most spectacular day in March Homer and Ruselle wed surrounded by those they love the most. Doctors with both hectic schedules it was amazing how they manage to allot time to prepare for their wedding.
For this momentous occasion they have chosen Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish; unimpressive and simple on the outside yet totally spectacular once you get inside their wooden doors. Impressive with a high ceiling, wide open space, and a long aisle for that much awaited bridals walk. Ruselle was absolutely stunning in her Tettet Manese gown. The guys wore traditional barongs and looked every bit as stunning as the women in their blue ball gowns.
Simple, yet personal ceremony spoke of them as a couple, while soft tunes on the acoustic guitar set the stage for a personal and intimate celebration of their commitment to one another.
Following the ceremony the happy couple and their guests enjoyed Contis superbly delicious food. The tables were dressed in a mix of blue and white crepe paper. The vibrant blue, orange, yellow roses and gerbera blooms in adorable quirky containers made Contis simple yet homey room burst into color. Special thank you to Mr. Ariel Subang for his amazing blooms! Mirage Cakes adorned the room with a spectacular doctor cupcake tower display.
Lunch was made even more memorable by Captain Miguel Perey’s special number that left everyone smiling. The highlight of the whole event was the heart felt toasts by family members and friends and there was not a dry eye in the room… Ruselle and Homer we absolutely love working with you and it was a joy to meet your families. We wish you all the best in your married life! God bless!
Thank you for making this all possible!
Planning/Coordination/Event Styling: Merry Me
Church: Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish
Reception and Food: Contis Katipunan
Cake: Mirage Cakes
Flowers: Ariel Subang
Hair and Makeup: Knoll Garantoza
Photo and Video: Santiago Alfonso
Attire: Tettet Manese
Host: Dianne Uy
Photo Credits: Santiago Alfonso