IN PHOTOS: Martine Cajucom’s wedding looks
MANILA, Philippines – Martine Cajucom tied the knot with TV host Cliff Ho on September 8, and the socialite and entrepreneur was every bit the blushing bride in a stunning gown by Rosa Clara.
According to a post on the Rosa Clara Instagram, Martine is the first bride in the world to wear the gown, which is made of silk muslin, lace, and 40 meters of silk tulle.
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One gown, two looks. MED from the #RosaClaraCouture 2019 collection. @martine is the first bride in the world to wear this gorgeous gown. A delicate combination of silk muslin and intricate lace worn with a customised overskirt made from 40 meters of silk tulle. More details on the gown could be found in the article by @previewph. Link in our bio! #RosaClaraPHbride #RosaClaraBride #RosaClaraPH #martineisaho
She accessorized with jewelry by JJ Jiao and customized shoes by LA-based sustainable shoe label Rafa.
For Martine's bridal look, makeup artist Robbie Pinera kept things light and glowy with rosy-gold tones for her eyes, a peach flush for her cheeks, and a warm nude for her lips (the specific shade is Vacay from Martine's makeup line, Sunnies Face).
Earlier, at their pre-wedding dinner on September 7, Martine was pretty in pink in a tulle tube gown from Marchesa's Spring/Summer 2018 collection.
Martine and Cliff wed in a ceremony in Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia.
The couple got engaged in August 2017, in the same place where they got married. They met through Martine's cousin, Georgina Wilson. – Rappler.com
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