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No need to change for the reception!
Bridal fashion is far from conventional these days, and we’re living for it. From bold colors, modern silhouettes, to Filipiniana-inspired looks, there are no boundaries when it comes to selecting one’s wedding look. If you want to go for something different but
It's the easiest way to achieve your dream wedding look!
If your fairytale wedding entails a princess-worthy ball gown, then you’ve probably considered any and every detail in the book by now. Beading, ruching, appliques, petticoats—the whole shebang. But perhaps there’s something you may have left out in the course of your
Choose the perfect scent for when you walk down the aisle!
You can have all the pictures and videos to remember your wedding by, but nothing makes the memories come flooding back faster than a whiff of your bridal perfume. Hence, it's absolutely crucial to fuse the precious details of your big day
Her success story might just convince you to do the same!
When it comes to celebrating life's greatest milestones, people often think that spending exorbitant amounts of money is the best way to do it. If it's so important, it must be worth dropping a serious amount of dough, right? Well, this Filipina
Meet Blake Samson!
Blake Samson is the Design and Creative Manager of System Preferences, an agency that consults on brand development and visual design. She helps businesses (like Alexander Wang, Lacoste, and Saint Laurent—no biggie) better engage with their customers on the daily...but these days, she's just
Local designer Mara Chua might have "the one" for you.
If you're a bride-to-be who's on the hunt for "The One" to walk down the aisle in, but still hasn't found anything that resonates with your uniqueness, then you may want to check out this collection.Local designer Mara Chua's latest bridal collection is
Get ready to say your "I do" in style.
Yes, bridal robes are totally a thing. Nowadays, the robe has to be almost as beautiful as the wedding dress itself—imagine you and your bridesmaids swathed in long, flowy silk or lace as you prep for your walk down the aisle. But
The designer shares his tips on choosing necklines, silhouettes, and more!
Think about it: How many times have you picked up a handful of pretty dresses at the mall, tried them on and thought, something feels "off"? It could be that the sleeves are too short or the cut is too low for your waist—this only goes
What an absolute nightmare!
This Filipina just lived out every bride’s worst nightmare. Think we’re exaggerating? Get this: She lost her gown mere hours before her wedding. Yikes!Karen Barts shared the most unfortunate experience on a Facebook post, revealing that she herself had no idea what
It perfectly matched her hair color, too!
Many soon-to-be brides dream of walking down the aisle in a classic white dress, but such wasn’t the case for Roz Noriega Parma. The modern bride said “I do” in a non-traditional gray tulle gown—it beautifully complemented her ash gray-colored, old Hollywood-esque hairstyle, too!While
Here's everything you need to know if you're planning to go for an all-white theme.
Gone are the days when the pristine hue was strictly reserved for brides. More and more couples have been getting hitched on their own terms, either breaking or rewriting long-honored rules to make their wedding feel more uniquely theirs. Remember when Chynna Ortaleza and
It was splendid.
Fashion designer Patty Ang and her then-fiancee, now-husband Migs Almeda tied the knot last February 23, and a month later, we're still not over their grand wedding's beautiful details. Following their ceremony at the St. Michael the Archangel Church in BGC, the couple's
The newlyweds talk about their journey to the altar, from planning to the wedding day itself.
Sambie Que Rodriguez, country manager of fitness platforms Guavapass/Classpass recently wed Mikko Tung, vice president of A.Tung Chingco Manufacturing Corporation at the Manila Cathedral. The ceremony was followed by cocktails and dinner at the Makati Shangri-La. Here, they talk to Town&Country about
She had the best time with her friends!
While you were enjoying your long weekend, Iza Calzado made the most out of hers by throwing her bridal shower in paradise itself a.k.a. Bali! It was one tropical getaway to remember—and they have pictures to prove it! Keep scrolling to see
Wedding inspo right this way!
Outfitting your bridesmaids can be challenging since they don’t necessarily have the same body type. The key to choosing a flattering bridesmaid gown is to keep it simple with the cuts and necklines. To give the dresses your personal touch, you can
Whatever kind of bride you are, you'll find a perfect match in his new collection.
There are two things that can make or break a wedding: the gown and the catering menu. Whenever we find ourselves at a wedding, the first thing we gawk at is the bride’s dress, and the thing we remember the most after
Because OMG, you said yes!
Allow us to put this out there: You've got every reason to tell the world that you just said yes! Here, let some of our fave Insta-girls show you how The Announcement ought to be done. Congrats, girl!Camie JuanHear us sigh ever
Get some ideas here!
Remember when Carrie and Big wanted to have a small intimate wedding at the city hall? Things took a sour turn when she shook the devil’s hand in the form of a Vivienne Westwood cupcake dress.As much as they try not to
She even matched with her daughter!
When you've been thinking up styles for a fashion house for over two decades, you would be excited to design a wedding dress just for yourself, right? Well, Frida Giannini proves otherwise. The ex-creative director for Gucci walked down the aisle in Rome
Whether you say you do or you don't is entirely up to you.
Love is truly in the air! With never-ending news about celebrities getting engaged and tying the knot, we can’t help but hear the wedding bells ringing all over town. We’ve been talking nonstop about bridal dresses and dream weddings, but there’s one