We have nothing more to wish for; we had their awesome pre wedding in El Nido. This is the first time back-to-back destination project from pre wedding to the big day. Sta. Ana is nearby my hometown – I was pretty glad we had the chance to stay in our home before heading to the wedding. Hera & Benito was super, super kind enough to give us a day before the wedding to relax and travel around. Instead, the project jdg crew spent a laid back day eating the traditional foods of my hometown.
The day before the wedding was a kick-starter before another great story to unfold for their wedding. From touch down Tuguegarao City, the nearest Airport to Sta. Ana, we journeyed in a five hour road trip going to Sun City.
Another catch in this wedding was something very close to my heart – almost all of the guests of Hera & Benito are the people who really helped me get through life way back in the province, a wedding full of inspirations and a reminder of how and why I started venturing into this path. Even after the long hours of travel and rough roads, the crew managed to get through it – I am saying this because we have been in quite destinations for the past few weeks, the secret fuel is family and passion. Jerome, Nerson and I keep on reminding to each other that every wedding project is more than a blessing to us.
The wedding was filled with different harmonies of our dear weird weather – we’re lucky enough the rain was perfect when we need it most.
Venue: Sun City, Sta Ana, Cagayan Valley
Video: Badong Photo & Video
Gown Designer: Elexis
Event Stylists: TPR Events by Chamaine Mayo
Event Planner: Motifs & Curlz Events by Espie