Despedida de Soltera || Armand & Iris

In spanish culture, Despedida de Soltera means bachelorette party, a party where the bride-to-be celebrates her “goodbye to spinsterhood”. More than just any party, it is an honoring of the bride-to-be for her upcoming wedding day, courtesy of the couple’s families. It’s my first Despedida De Soltera, and it almost felt like you’re already in the reception of their upcoming wedding. The night concluded with some heartfelt speeches from the couple’s special love ones. Congratulations Armand & Iris, see you again in a couple of days! =)
































































Credits:
Serendra 2 Function Room
Photography: Stories & Photographs / Ed New Photo + Edd Palapal
Coordination by: TBD
Gown by: TBD
Catering by: TBD

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About edicarlnew

Photography is not just about the camera and the settings, it's about capturing that "moment". Being a fan of capturing moments, I believe that social gatherings like birthdays, debuts or even weddings are the best times to capture those moments. And it would be my pleasure to capture those moments for you.

Posted on May 24, 2011, in Despedida De Soltera, Engagement, Engagement / Pre-Nuptial and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. daisy p tucay

    IRIS you look so adorably gorgeous…at least I get to see very lovely photos of your despedida.

    You and Armand are simply wonderful young people, so in love, oh so beautiful together.

    CHEERS! CONGRATULATIONS! A LIFETIME OF HAPPINESS TO YOU BOTH!

    Tita Daisy and Tito Jun

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