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Thursday, March 20, 2014
Apple and JR Wedding
Photo Courtesy by Allan Guillermo Photography
I love this moment of Apple!
Bride waiting to walk down the aisle.
The bridal hairpiece was specially created for her by ME. :-)
Apple's gown while I was working on it. This is not yet done during this photo was taken. (iphone photo only)
Bearer's bowtie were customized too.
These two bearer are adorable.
Making some remedy, cutting the front length of the peticoat to avoid mishaps while walking on the carpet.
JR, the groom looks dashing in #Cabillon menswear
Loving the belt in fully crystallized ensemble.
Kiss. Love. Happiness.
We love brides who are not afraid to have their hair down instead of the normal bridal updo.
The Glam Team for Apple and JR's wedding.
Sexy Back. The Secondary sponsor's design. It was a tricky dress to wear and had to show it to them the how to a lot of times.
Working with intricate beading details. Yes, I am always hands on to every bridal gown that I am making. Working it with LOVE.
This bridal earring was from #AnneMichelle label
The groom's suit. Was from #Cabillon. My menswear line. (Longsleeves not included, groom's own)
Anne Michelle Bridal Jewelry
The Bridal bag by Anne Michelle.
Apple and her entire entourage at Richmonde Hotel Eastwood
at 9:50 AM
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Saturday, February 22, 2014
initial post from Ronald and Glaiza wedding is here
AMBride: Glaiza - Gown and accessories
It all started with an email inquiry.
A girl named Glaiza.
She recently got engaged and decided to contact me for some bridal dress talk.
It was a mere inquiry at first I thought, I sent a reply,
got a follow up question then I sent another reply
then haven’t heard from her after that.
Little did I know I got a Facebook private message from a high school classmate who is from abroad.
Saying that his bride-to-be is named Glaiza
and would want me to be hands-on in helping her out
deciding on her wedding gown and entourage dresses.
So I asked my classmate, Ronald,
for her direct contact details to speed up our planning.
She seems shy at the onset of our meeting
and I was trying to get to know her better
until we ended up the measurement and planning
with giggles and photo-op afterwards.
I love how she wanted the simplicity of her gown
so I gave her a little twist suggestion for the skirting and the pleating for her bodice.
She gave her yes to the design after.
We are both happy after that - The bride and designer.
at 8:50 AM