Kay and Peter grew up in the same small city, went to the same church, made many common friends but fell in love only later in life. Born a few years apart from each other, Peter being the senior, they developed different interests that amazingly makes them perfect for each other. Like how Kay had always wanted a ranch-like wedding - laid back, raw and cozy, and Peter, long before falling in love with Kay, has planted so many trees, a necessity in this country-themed wedding. Those trees are what they cut off to enclose a clearing that made the venue look like a barn. Perfect! That, and many more, they just go well together, bringing out the best in each other.
So, here are a few pictures from that wedding. Pinterest-worthy, I must say!
|The very beautiful bride, Kristine Anne Yee|
|The Wedding Ceremony at the Chapel|
|The equally beautiful Maid of Honor, Kathrine Rose Yee|
This amazing lady conceptualized the Dessert Table and made all the desserts.
|Cocktails ala Country|
|The Bride's Maids and Matron|
|Oh, the unmatched Dessert Buffet!|
|The tiered cake was made by the bride's sister Mae Anne, of Cakes4You|
Photo by the bride's brother in law, Josiah of Team Fotograpia
|With my Sisters Jemima and Jezrel|
|My sister, together with Coleen was the WEdding Singer.|
|With Pastors who are also my classmates in the Masteral class|
|What's a country wedding without apple pies? Yum!|
|The backdrop at night|
And here's the Wedding Video snippet
This video was also shot and made by our church friend Rene Kristian.
A DIY Wedding is really a labor of love. It is tedious, and sometimes frustrating, but it is a testament to how much the couple is loved by people around them. I wrote on my facebook page that when Artistry is fueld by Love, expect a masterpiece. This wedding is a masterpiece. Indeed, True love brings out the beauty in everything.
Congratulations, Peter and Kay! Keep love alive!
1 Corinthians 13: 4-13
Note: Photos were grabbed with permission from Aisa Alladin, Ian Karos, Jezrel Oberes and Josiah Caare