Weddings signify new beginnings, but its elements are usually steeped in old traditions that have been passed down by generations. While following traditions and conventions are important, brides need not feel limited by them. The latest issue of Martha Stewart Weddings Philippines shows you how infusing your wedding with bold colors can be just as fun as going the classic and timeless route.
Editor-in-chief Paulynn Chang Afable tells brides-to-be, "We encourage you to throw in a pop of color into your otherwise-white bridal ensemble." Find out how bold and unique accessories can help you stand out on your big day. Martha Stewart Weddings also lays down ten helpful pointers every bride must know to find the gown of your dreams.
Flowers can bring a breath of life into your wedding. Get inspiration from Martha Stewart Weddings as you decide on the theme for your floral arrangements. The latest issue has a spectrum of blooms in every palette presented in a variety of shades.
The latest issue also speaks to industry experts to guide you on your big day. Get top tips from florist Zenas Pineda, baker Sonja Ocampo, caterer Kaye Cunanan, weddings planners Ruby Ines and Nenita Zagala, and the country's finest photographers and videographers.
Real couples also share their insights on planning the big day and beyond. Learn from celebrity pairings Oyo Sotto and Kristine Hermosa, John Estrada and Priscilla Meirelles, and other couples who all share what they've learned on planning a beautiful and meaningful wedding.
The number one resource for Filipina brides, Martha Stewart Weddings is available in newsstands, bookstores, and supermarkets nationwide. Become a fan of Martha Stewart Weddings on Facebook here.