My Tiny Wedding: The Venue

I’m married! And I’ve been married for over two months now. 😂 I haven’t been able to write about the wedding day because I’ve been caught up in all the hullabaloo of daily life, but my husband has been reminding me that I haven’t updated my blog in a long time, so I thought it’s high…

My Tiny Wedding: The Dress

I didn’t want to spend much on my wedding, so I knew there was no way I was going to buy a gown I’ll possibly only wear once. I spent hours and hours searching for a dress online and in shopping malls, and even considered wearing a dressy white top and skirt at some point….

My Tiny Wedding: The Invitation

I’ve decide to turn my wedding-related entries into a series called My Tiny Wedding. Hopefully it would help other people who also want a small, intimate affair rather than a traditionally grand event. I’ve so far written about why I don’t want a big wedding and the marriage license application process here in the Philippines….

My Tiny Wedding: Applying for a Marriage License in the Philippines

My fiancé and I recently applied for our marriage license at Parañaque City Hall and the process went a lot more smoothly than we both expected. To be honest, I thought it would be a pain in the ass because of how troublesome dealing with government offices could be. To keep that from happening, I…

My Tiny Wedding: Why I’m Not Spending More Than 10,000 Pesos

I love weddings. They are beautiful affairs in celebration of love and romance, and happen ideally only once in a person’s lifetime. I cry every time I attend my friends’ weddings, especially when they exchange vows. Personalized wedding vows, in particular, reduce me to silly tears. Incidentally, I also work in the wedding industry designing bespoke…