Amanda and Christian's Art Nouveau-themed wedding featured eclectic decor. Colorful stained glass pieces, ornate sculptures, and an elegant mansion in Bohol created an air of luxury and sophistication.

While the wedding featured dreamy details, it was the presence of family and friends that made the day memorable. According to Amanda, "There's nothing more heartwarming than seeing our closest friends and family gathered in one place and genuinely happy to be there. They understood what our union meant. They very clearly shared in our joy that day, and that mattered more than anything."

The ceremony was held at the groom's family estate in Bohol, The Peacock Garden Luxury Resort and Spa.


The bride wore her hair in a beautiful updo, which was also adorned with white taffeta leaves.

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[Read the full article and see the complete gallery at BridalBook.ph.]

(All wedding photos courtesy of Metro Photo ; photo of cookies by Chromli handmade with love via Flickr Creative Commons)



The bridal bouquet was composed of light pink peonies, peach pink Ecuadorian roses, dusty miller leaves, white wax flowers, soft lilac lisianthus, eucalyptus, Queen Anne’s lace, and wild berries.



In return, each contributor was given a miniature golden bicycle.

[Read the full article and see the complete gallery at BridalBook.ph.]

(All wedding photos courtesy of Metro Photo ; photo of cookies by Chromli handmade with love via Flickr Creative Commons)

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