Multi-cultural Wedding: Cory & Christine

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We’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with a pretty-in-pink wedding in the Philippines! xo

Blending American and Filipino cultures in a traditional Catholic ceremony, Cory and Christine said their I Do’s in the Philippines where Cory’s father gave the Filipino blessing called “Mano Po”. You see, Christine is from the Philippines and Cory hails from Nebraska. {Wildly wonderful how people find each other, isn’t it?!} Twenty hours of travel didn’t deter the Nebraskanites from celebrating this wedding that took place in a country far away from theirs.

Christine—looking so lovely in her white and intricately-laced gown while Cory and his handsomely-donned groomsmen wore Barongs–traditional Filipino attire. And in soft pink, were the beautiful bridesmaids and darling flower girls. Enjoy.

Multi-cultural wedding

Wedding Style: Elegant, Romantic, Traditional
Wedding Colors: Pink, White, Tan & Red
Location: Cagayan de Oro city, Misamis Oriental, Philippines

Multi-cultural Asian American wedding

Multi-cultural wedding

lace wedding dresses

pink bridesmaid dresses

pink and white wedding bouquet

pink wedding flower girl dresses

Groomsment in Asian attire

traditional Catholic wedding

pink, white and red bouquets

cathedral veil

multi-cultural wedding ceremony

multi-cultural wedding ceremony

wedding balloons

pink wedding reception

multi cultural wedding reception

cake cutting

pink wedding reception

wedding photo

There is much to love about this sweet wedding–and we wish Cory and Christine all the love in the world!

Happy Valentine’s Day all!

  • clair estelle on February 16, 2013 @ 3:25 pm

    Ah, this looks like such a fun wedding day. So much colour! Love the little girls dress, so cute!

  • One Happy Story on February 21, 2013 @ 8:45 am

    Thank you Heidi for the feature. :) Loved the write up. :)

  • Staci Jensen on February 21, 2013 @ 7:05 pm

    Absolutely beautiful!

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