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Keisha Uy, Contributor
June 22, 2011

Featured Wedding: Pure Pinoy Charm

A hearty brunch and love-filled DIY details made this budget-friendly Filipiniana-themed wedding a glorious sunshiny affair. By Keisha Uy
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Wanting a timeless feel for their wedding, Kara and Ace tied the knot with a classic Filipiniana-themed celebration. And while most weddings take place in the afternoon last until the late evening, the couple's union took place early in the morning. A hearty Filipino brunch reception followed their ceremony. "We both love brunch, so we decided [to have one] for the reception. [And] in line with the Filipiniana theme, we wanted tapsilog, tocilog, tsokolate-e, coffee, pandesal, and bibingka--perfect brunch food," shares the bride.

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  • byutijunkie Jun 22 2011 @ 08:59pm Report Abuse
    what a beautiful wedding! this is definitely the way to do modern filipiniana!
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