thanks to chrissie of perfect palette, i finally found the pantone values of our wedding motif 🙂
it’s difficult to look at colours, especially now that everybody seems to be able to think of new names for them. ross and i have been looking for the pantone values/hex values of these colors for quite some time until it hit me to just email the blog owner herself and ask. geez! ang engot naman kasi di ko agad naisip yun.
i love our colors! it’s country vintage-y without being too earthy and feminine.
also, i’m happy that we’ve finally booked our reception venue. now, i can freely and confidently talk about the wedding because we already have a venue. ang awkward kasi magkwento nang wala pang specifics.
|Champagne Room at Manila Hotel|
the place is just perfect. although it doesn’t have the woods-y look that is typical of a rustic themed wedding, i love that it still has a laid back atmosphere with a lot of chicness.
the only problem we have with this place is the layout, but we have a year and a couple of months to plan that.
oh, and the church is this…
|Paco Park Church. Photo from here.|
i love this church. the first and only time i was able to see this church was during my cousin’s wedding years ago.
i love that it’s old and literally looks old, with all the lumot and everything. but what i love most about it is that it’s small and airconditioned. you know it’s going to be packed even though not all of your guests will actually be at the ceremony. i don’t like seeing empty pews and spaces.
i know i can lay low and stop worrying about the wedding for now. but how can i when all of the other girls in W@W are on full throttle with their wedding preps? and to think they are also getting married the same time as me. some of them are even getting married the year after…yep, 2013! and they’ve booked half of their suppliers already! waahh!!!