I always find it exciting to attend bridal fairs, as they showcase all the best and new things the wedding industry has to offer. One of my favorites is the annual bridal fair hosted by The Peninsula Manila. Aside from giving couples the chance to experience the offerings included in their wedding packages, they also treat their clients to a bridal fashion show.

Browse through the photos below and see what The Peninsula Manila prepared for the marrying crowd at their recent event.

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An exhibit of lovely tablescapes welcomed guests at The Peninsula Bridal Fair.

 

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This set-up features a chic white damask pattern. Even the glass divider had a damask print!

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Exquisite bridal gowns by some of the most sought-after designers were also put on display by the lobby of The Peninsula Manila.

 

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One of the gowns on display was Rissa Mananquil-Trillo's wedding gown by Randy Ortiz.


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Included in Dennis Lustico's collection was a chic two-piece ensemble.


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Francis Libiran crafted a whimsical gown with oversized flounces and a detailed bustier bodice.

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Looove the back of this Jun Escario creation!

 

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One of my favorite gowns at the exhibit was this hand-painted mermaid-cut gown by Rhett Eala.

 

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At the Upper Lobby of The Peninsula, couples met some suppliers who were stationed at their respective cocktail tables. We spotted the lovely ladies of Lifestyle by Feliz while we were there.

 

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The stage for the fashion show


The runway was graced with breathtaking creations by some of the country's top designers, such as Francis Libiran, Jojie Lloren, Ivarluski Aseron, Cary Santiago, Joey Samson, Dennis Lustico, and Rhett Eala. Here are some of my faves:

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This dainty tea-length number from JC Buendia channels that Audrey Hepburn vibe.

 

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The sophisticated bride would love this classic A-line gown with a romantic lace overlay by Ivarluski Aseron.

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The textured shrug lends a modern touch to Ivarluski Aseron's romantic ensemble.

 

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A color-blocked hem gives this James Reyes A-line number a fresh modern twist.

 

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Sophistication meets whimsy in this Francis Libiran mermaid gown. I love how he mixed clean geometric lines with the flouncy details on the skirt. 

 

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This strapless ballgown made of toile de jouy fabric is playful and romantic.

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I super love the low back and bow accent of this Jojie Llroen gown!

 

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An exquisite Cary Santiago mermaid-cut gown closed the show. The gown featured fine craftmanship with its lace appliques and laser-cut patterns.


'Til the next bridal fair!

Will say 'I do' to chocolates,
Keisha

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