LOOK: Angelina Cruz celebrates 18th birthday with low-key debut
Angelina Cruz was a stunning debutante in her intimate birthday dinner over the weekend.
The eldest child of Sunshine Cruz opted for a low-key celebration, inviting close family and friends to a candle-lit spread at the Blackbird at the Nielson Tower in Makati.
Angelina was glammed up in a pleated gold dress from Mara Chua and accessorized it with a pearl headband.
Mom Sunshine and her sisters Samantha and Chesca wore chic black dresses for the occasion.
Simple elegance extended to the table arrangement, which was decorated with lamps, flowers and candles, as well as Instax cameras for guests to capture the night’s memories.
Angelina’s friends who attended included Ruffa Gutierrez’s daughters Lorin and Venice, twins Cassy and Mavy Legaspi and Marjorie Barretto’s son Leon Barretto.
Sunshine also had company over, such as boyfriend Macky Mathay, designer Francis Libiran and husband Christian Mark Jacobs and cousin Marimil Cruz.
Later in the night, Angelina changed into a silver crop top and jeans for the afterparty, as seen in a picture with Karla Estrada’s daughter Magui Planas.
Sharing a selfie of her and her daughter, Sunshine mused on the fun night.
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About last night ❤️ Your intimate 18 was memorable and unforgettable anak.😂😉 I hope you had a blast. Thank you to my best friend Ate Jun, @niceprintphoto @charissetinionp @nakedpatisserie @thenakedfoodie_official @baremnl, @teaminstaxph, @alvtalents, @arnold_vegafria, @roseangela.b @bcbench, @benchtm, @universalrecordsph, @kathleendygo, family and Angelina’s friends for the presence (and presents 😍) Angelina appreciates all the love and support. Just like that, may dalaga na akong anak.😳❤️😍 We love you Angelina! #angelinaturns18
“Your intimate 18 was memorable and unforgettable anak. I hope you had a blast.” /ra
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