Couple in Benguet Uses Cabbage as Unique Wedding Décor

  • A La Trinidad Couple used vegetables as décor for their church wedding.
  • The photos became viral not only for their innovative idea, but also with the vegetables themselves.
  • Nothing went to waste as the couple gave the décor to their guests after the wedding.

Benguet, Philippines – A La Trinidad couple is now going viral for their unique vegetable arrangements that they used as their church’s décor. 

Via Claver and Fleann Molot’s Facebook Page

A wedding is certainly one of the biggest milestones that a person can have in their life, so it’s no surprise that everyone wants to make it memorable for them. Whether it be a beautiful wedding venue or a different and unique reception, everyone wants to put their own spin into it. 

This is also certainly for Claver and Fleann Molot. The couple tied the knot in the San Jose Parish Church, dressed up in their fines cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli.

Bridesmaids, Groomsmen, and sponsors all walked on an isle filled with beautifully arranged cabbages, cauliflowers, and broccoli. The altar looked lush and beautiful as the couple pledged their undying love for each other. 

Via Claver and Fleann Molot’s Facebook Page

Pictures from the July 2019 wedding immediately went viral, as netizens were not only impressed by the unique idea of using fresh vegetables as decorations, but everyone was also amazed by how huge the vegetables are. Many believe that these variants can only be found in Benguet.

Via Claver and Fleann Molot’s Facebook Page

The unique wedding décor turned out to be the brilliant idea of the couple’s aunt, who suggested that they use vegetables so that it would not cost as much money. In addition to that, their main source of income was growing vegetables. The couple and their families did not have to spend anything for the amazing decorations. They just harvested the produce form the farm!

The Molot couple also shared that none of the décor went to waste as well! After the wedding, their guests were sent home with some of the vegetables, leaving nothing to waste.

Sources: The World News, GMA, Filipino Times, Philnews

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