Flowers have always symbolised the signs of life, a gesture of love between a man and a woman or family and friends, happiness, appreciation and fertility. Our flower palette are roses, gerbera daisies, and babies breath.

BRIDE: The wedding theme itself is derived from the cherry blossom trees, however, they only blossom in Japan, some parts of America and other breeds in Palawan so we took them out of the list. Tigerlilies are always a part of my fiance's sweet bouquets during peace offering, monthsaries and sweet nothings, but again they leave their red pollen marks behind especially on clothes so crossed out. A practical, romantic and more available option is a bundle of long stem local roses in shades of pink held by a chocolate brown satin ribbon. I should be carefull that hues will not go beyond the boundary of fuscha or hot pink. The bride will also be wearing a headpiece made of roses to blend with her free flowing hairdo.

BRIDESMAIDS: All my ladies will hold a bouquet of light pink roses and gerbera bundled by pink satin ribbon and chocolate brown accent which matches the bride'smaids dresses.
FLOWER GIRLS: My little flowers will bloom like little tinkerbells with beautiful headpieces made with roses and babies breath. Each will carry a woven basket, wrapped by pink satin ribbon in the handle, fresh roses at the side and petals to scatter in the isle.
BUTTONIERS: The groom and his knights will not be having any buttoniers since they will be wearing a traditional Barong Filipino.
CHURCH: The church will mainly be decorated in the entrance archway, the pews, isle and altar. More of decoration is reviewed in the church and reception  page.