Tagaytay Wedding Details – Jun and Kate (Part 2)
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Have you guys seen part 1 of this blog? If you haven’t, we invite you to check that one out first – Tagaytay Wedding Details – Jun and Kate (Part 1).
Chateau Royale is indeed a beautiful place for your wedding preparations and reception, and we’ve had the pleasure of capturing lots of moments in that venue. Couples usually book that venue if they’re having their wedding at either Caleruega or Chapel on The Hill since it’s around 5-10 minutes away. In Jun and Kate’s case, they had their wedding ceremony at the little-but-intimate Chapel On The Hill.
The wedding ceremony was full of touching moments, and the officiating priests’ trademark messages always hits the spot. There were a lot of memories during the ceremony, and we’re very glad to be a part of it. Venues like Chapel On The Hill is one of the reasons why Tagaytay weddings are a hit. Aside from the climate, people in Tagaytay really pay attention to detail, and make weddings really beautiful.
It was drizzling by the time we got out, and the trip to the reception venue was about 30 mintues away. Tagaytay combined with a light drizzle on a Saturday night will always spell bad traffic, but we got there eventually. And, the reception venue was definitely a beautiful sight! There were so many details, and we could really feel that barnyard theme that Jun and Kate wanted to go for.
Here’s a panorama of Moon Garden (now Lily Pond) that we hope you’d appreciate.
Now, the details on this Tagaytay wedding was not all about the venues. The caterer and their stylist added a lot more to make Jun and Kate’s wedding even more beautiful. From the big things like the table setup, the reception area, and the cake area, up to the smallest details like the napkins, and some items to highlight where the bride and groom are seated, K by Cunanan did a wonderful job.
The first thing we noticed was the area where guests could leave their gifts for the newlyweds. There was a framed chalkboard of sorts, and there were suitcases, and there were a lot of cases. Everything matched the barnyard setting, and the wooden-themed venue was just icing on the cake.
The table setup was very detailed. There was a spot for the bride and groom, and that was beautifully marked – you couldn’t miss it. The flower decorations on the table top was just right — not too loud, and didn’t disrupt the view of the guests. Wine glasses were lined up nicely, and the custom napkins were placed carefully at the side of the plates. Classic attention to detail by “K by Cunanan” Catering.
Sofia’s Cakes baked a really pretty and delicious cake for the wedding. Well, we assumed it was delicious, since none was left by the end of the reception. The cake topper was simple, but it we though it was just right. The design elements on the cake had Jun and Kate written all over it. We think “JK” requested that, but we know that Sofia’s Cakes added their own twist. Such a pretty cake! The cake and wine styling was styled perfectly – just right to add some accent to the cake and the wine prepared for the toast. We thought the barrel was a very nice addition too!
To make the long beautiful story short, everything about the details for the ceremony and reception matched the theme that Jun and Kate wanted for their wedding. The entire place looked beautiful with all the barnyard lights and the rustic details.
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Photos by Mike & Mai Photography / Videos by Jepster Togle Films / Coordination by Once A Bride Weddings / Gown by Marcel of Celegance Boutique, Sydney Australia / Details by Princessweds / Catering and Styling k. by cunanan catering / Flowers by Yho-An Flowers, Tagaytay / Cake by Sofia’s Cakes Tagaytay-Amadeo Road