03 December 2010

A Tagaytay Wedding.

It was intimate, simple, and heartwarming. Everything was lovely and ethereal. And the Tagaytay weather was just perfect. The bride and groom, happy and in-love.

Only the closest friends were invited and I felt quite honored to be the one to photograph it. Their love story is heartbreakingly beautiful. And utterly familiar. Every heart that has truly loved, I guess, could recognize the struggles that come with loving someone deeply.

That wedding rekindled my belief that -- true love never makes excuses; and that real friends will stand by you no matter what.

Sharing some photos of the wedding. Can't show photos of the couple (or their visitors) for privacy reasons. Know though that they are beautiful people whose only rhyme and reason is love. :)















I adore Joaquin's Bed and Breakfast! Everything was so well-thought out and tastefully decorated. The place spells comfort and romance. We woke up early on the day of the wedding and watched the sun rise. The weather was awesome, too. It was cold and calming.











Juaquin's Bed and Breakfast
Km 58 Aguinaldo Highway
Tagaytay City
Phone: +6346.483.0463 or 74
Mobile: +63.917.546.0000 or +63.922.928.0824
Email: Email | info@joaquinsbedandbreakfast.com

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Tita Lou December 5, 2010 at 2:13 AM  

Thanks for the beautiful pictures once again Ai! Next time I'm in Tagaytay I will definitely check out the place. You inspired me to see Sonya's when I was there.

tinay December 6, 2010 at 8:26 AM  

Suits your soul, Ai :)

Badeth December 6, 2010 at 2:09 PM  

Beautiful photographs, beautiful words... I am speechless.

I will always cherish the stories we shared under the sheets (in whispers). hahaha:-D I have never done that for a loooonnnnnggggg time!

Aileen Siroy December 7, 2010 at 8:03 PM  

Tita Lou said...
Thanks for the beautiful pictures once again Ai! Next time I'm in Tagaytay I will definitely check out the place. You inspired me to see Sonya's when I was there.

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That's wonderful, Tita! Joaquin's is worth-trying. I want to go back to Tagaytay and try other places. There are more beautiful places there, I heard. :)

Aileen Siroy December 7, 2010 at 8:55 PM  

tinay said...
Suits your soul, Ai :)

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True, Tin. :)

Aileen Siroy December 7, 2010 at 8:57 PM  

Badeth said...
Beautiful photographs, beautiful words... I am speechless.

I will always cherish the stories we shared under the sheets (in whispers). hahaha:-D I have never done that for a loooonnnnnggggg time!

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Me, too, Badeth! I shall always cherish it! It was so fun and quite heartwarming, really. :)

Anonymous January 4, 2014 at 9:54 AM  

Hi,just like to ask,was this held at Joaquin's bed and breakfast?I mean the wedding?sorry I haven't been there so I don't know the space but I really like Joaquin's cozy atmosphere and wondering if they hold small weddings there. If you can email me. By the way,I really love these photos! Chichi_pupz@yahoo.com thanks!

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