I love her name!
But we call her Babits.
I asked her most adorable mom how she ended up with such a cute nickname but somehow she also forgot how they ended up with it hehehe πŸ™‚

I find her feminine with the way she talks, smiles and moves but she refuses to admit it.
Even her sister feels otherwise. Can’t blame them really since she’s a Soccer coach too aside from having a corporate job. But we really feel she is, probably because of the name. So we insisted πŸ™‚

Now you be the judge.

Here she was on her wedding day…

Isn’t she feminine?
Every bit a bride πŸ™‚

One more thing, this was the 1st time I used this kind of flower – Thistle, her fiance Graham’s national flower. She wanted it incorporated in the embroidery of both the gown and the Barong. She sent me several pegs, we had to revise the embroidery design twice and make two design options for the barong! It was challenging but I love it πŸ™‚

Thanks Graham and Babits for the wonderful experience of working with you. You both look
sooo beautiful on your wedding day. And it’s not just because of the clothes, but because you’re both happy. It showed πŸ™‚ Best wishes!

Last one, promise. Don’t we just love a groom in kilts?
Well, I do. πŸ™‚
Here’s Graham at the church

and at the reception, in his Barong.

All the pictures were taken from Nelwin Uy’s blog.
Thanks Nelwin!