From the get-go, Serge and Jen wanted to make sure their wedding would be a super fun party, filled with lots of little details that were reflective of their life together! After the gorgeous 6PM wedding ceremony at the bride’s hometown 36 kilometers south of  Tacloban City, guests welcomed the newlyweds with confetti at the Cultural Center and then feasted on dinner from one of Leyte’s best caterer – The Suisse Catering. With the help of family and friends, Serge and Jen made sure their wedding will be magically unique in so many ways, giving the celebration a meaningful and personal feel.


Photography: Joey Reyna Photography // Videography: AV Tan Videos // Ceremony Venue: Our Lady of Refuge Parish  // Reception Venue: Dulag Cultural Center // Bridal Bouquet: AC Flower Shop // Wedding Dress: Edward Teng // Hair + Makeup: Joseph Ryan Amotto // Groom Suit: Edward Teng // Catering: The Suisse Catering  // Cake: Amiel Cakes // Lights and Sounds: Jonard Lights and Sounds // Hotel Preparations: The Oriental Hotel Leyte // Bridal Car: Rides for Brides 


Here’s a bit more about all the love that went into the day of Serge and Jen:

The 3 rings.

The stunning groom.

Serge feeling the spiritual presence of his parents.

The groom’s family.

Serge’s siblings.

An Edward Teng creation. What an awesome beadwork and not to be left behind is the bride’s shoes with crystal studs.

Bride’s moment.

Serge and Jen decides to have their first look before leaving for the church.

I am sure Serge was so happy to see her gorgeous bride for the first time.

Serge can’t help it but give a huge hug to the bride.

Finished the first look with some awesome portraits.

Using the pool of The Oriental Leyte Resorts as a backdrop.

Decided to pass by the columns before heading for the church.

Ride for Brides is the official bridal transport.

It’s been awhile since we had a 6PM wedding ceremony.

The look of the groom waiting for his bride.

On the way to meet the parents of the bride.

Wear this ring as a sign of my love and loyalty…

Capturing this moment is a keeper.



A customary tradition in the bride’s town that the groom has to take off the veil before they both leave the church.

Would you believe that this reception hall is just an ordinary gymnasium.

Great ceiling work.

Another masterpiece creation of Amiel’s Cake.
Top notch service of The Suisse Catering of Siony and Ogie Nogar.
Impressive details of the presidential table.
You can see how the couple are really enjoying and having fun on their wedding day.
Jonard’s Lights and Sounds did a marvelous job.
One of my favorite photos of the reception program. The first dance.
The bestman’s toast.
Inspiring message coming from the sister of the Bride.
Games. Games and more games.
Lovely bridal bouquet courtesy of AC Flower Shop.You have to catch if you don’t like to be the next bride.
Thanks Serge and Jen for making us part of your very special and day and most specially for believing in our craft.

1 comment

TINA - October 3, 2013 - 2:22 pm

Beautiful wedding!

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