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8 Venues in Quezon City Perfect for Your IG-Worthy Intimate Wedding

No need to travel far to bring your vision to life!
Intimate weddings may be the norm, but it doesn’t mean you have to forego grand ideas and ditch your inspiration boards. You can still have the big day you have always imagined, albeit with a smaller audience.  For Pinterest brides, whether you’re unearthing
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8 Intimate Wedding Venues in Tagaytay for Your Chic Dream Wedding

These venues will definitely serve as the perfect canvas for your dream wedding.
Just because the guest lists are shorter doesn’t mean you can’t go all out in orchestrating the happiest day of your life. You can still have that picture perfect fairytale event that you’ll be gushing about years from now—while abiding by IATF
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6 Ideas for an Intimate, Practical Wedding Reception

Your wedding, your rules.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from the pandemic, it’s that our most valuable relationships are all we really need. We’ve already moved on from semi-maintaining proximal acquaintances. All this physical distance has pushed us to reach out to the people we
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7 Best Venues in Baguio for an Intimate Wedding

Especially if you're looking at a small garden party.
The City of Pines isn’t just a travel hotspot for weary working folks and families looking to cool down, it’s also a prime location for destination weddings. With its romantic cuddle weather atmosphere, picturesque mountain views, and endless lush greenery as far
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Rachel Peters Just Got Married in a P15,000 Empire-Waist Wedding Dress

The beauty queen opted for an intimate civil wedding.
For beauty queen and model Rachel Peters, intimacy and practicality are what mattered the most when she tied the knot with her long-time fiancé, Camarines Sur Governor Miguel Villafuerte. She opted for a private civil wedding at the Supreme Court of the
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10 Gorgeous Venues in Antipolo You Can Book for an Intimate Wedding

Perfect if you're celebrating with 20 or 50 people (or even just 10!).
The community quarantine that started in March put a hiccup in all plans for most of 2020, especially those that require gathering a crowd. Concerts, theater shows, and travel tours were all postponed. This was also bad news for couples who had