Incorporating Filipino details in your wedding creates an instant rustic vibe that is warm, festive, and romantic all at the same time. The use of local materials such as sinamay, abaca and banig--whether as cover for reception tables or packaging for souvenirs or favors--creates a homey, raw finish. The woven texture of these materials also shows off exquisite Pinoy craftsmanship.

For a look reminiscent of the Philippines' old world charm in colonial times, candles and capiz shells can be hung or displayed side by side at your reception venue. Coconuts adorned with tropical colored blooms also make fun containers for food or drinks!

Some of the couples we featured gave their wedding a Pinoy vibe--check out photos of their fun details below!

To see listings of events stylists who can give you a Pinoy-themed affair, click here.

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