Getting married in a college campus? Possible!

Carol and Ric took several weeks (or months?) searching for their summer wedding venue. The beach wedding option was booted out, a garden wedding in Tagaytay was also considered but eventually didn’t make the cut. I could just imagine how frustrating this could be. But after scouting around the metro and nearby areas, they found a gem in this city! Inspired by Asian colonial architecture, with contemporary interiors, Enderun Colleges in Fort Bonifacio was THE choice.

When I entered the halls of The Atrium, I knew right away that they made an excellent choice.  Tall ceilings and wide windows make it look spacious and it was enough to accommodate about more or less a hundred guests. (And can I just say that their service was good as well?) Looking outside, you could see the pretty courtyard. Picture perfect. Who needs a photo booth when you have a background like this? :) My friends and I got addicted to taking photos around it.

Ric and Carol’s wedding is another one for the books. I loved every minute of it and I’d like to thank them for inviting me! Carol and I are in the same small group in church and is my morning coffee buddy whenever us girls go out of town. It’s an honor to be a part of their wonderful wedding. ;) God is pleased and He is once again glorified in their love story.

Check out their on-site video made by Daniel Lei Studio. Kudos! And of course some of my photos below.

Carol and Ric from daniel lei studio on Vimeo.


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