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Our Bacolod Wedding

Bacolod Suppliers:
Flowers and Table Arrangements: Beng Picart Villanueva
Catering: Tizon’s (buffet) Calea (wedding cakes) Aida’s (chicken inasal) The Lacson Mansion (brick oven pizza) Virgie’s (Giveaways)
Coordinator: Cat Regalado

3.3.12. Our wedding day.

Due to requests from friends and relatives wanting photos of our wedding details, I decided to put them up here. Our wedding ceremony was held at Sta. Clara Church with the reception following at the Lacson Mansion, which is the ancestral house of the family (from my father’s side). We turned the Mansion into a garden of treats where our guests could experience “a day in Bacolod” in one venue. We didn’t have a wedding cake — we had 13 cakes from Calea. 🙂

Photos (and sick Instagram skills) by Nonie Azores. Photo above by Mayk Pericon. Video by Tronco. Click below for more photos of the details.

Floral Arrangements and Table Setting: Beng Picart Villanueva
Catering: Tizon’s (main dinner buffet)

The wedding vans were to pick up all our guests in the surrounding hotels and take them to Sta. Clara.

We held the reception at The Lacson Mansion (aka The Ruins). The property is being managed by my Ninong Raymund Javellana who is my father’s cousin.

Below was the view from the “bawal” second floor. The fun trivia here is that the wooden boards were previously used for my cousin Andrew’s wedding. Then mine. Then to his sister Genie. Heirloom? HAHA!

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

8 replies on “Our Bacolod Wedding”

What a beautiful wedding! I particularly love the dresses worn by your wife and mother-in-law, mom. May I find out the designer please? So beautiful! 🙂

apparently, You have the same name as my brother and one of my nicknames is Chie plus tha anagram JC is my name as well..

but moving on… splendid pictures^^
would love to experience a wedding in Bacolod as well ^^

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