Summer Love

April 14, 2015

With the heat and temperature rising, summer is indeed here. It is the season we bring our shades, sunblock, and swimwear out to the beach. But aside from beach festivities, we know summer is also a season for beach wedding.

Beach has already become a favorite background for weddings especially for some couples who want to be with the nature. With the tranquility and harmonious sound from the ocean crashing to and colliding with the glistening sand, the beach is a perfect venue. And with the Philippines’ hundreds of both popular and untouched paradises, beach wedding will always be on the books.

Just ask our featured couple today, Rudy and Harriet, whose beach wedding has sailed smoothly: a happy couple who chose to walk down the aisle of fine sand. And what other better shores are in our country than and but to celebrate it in Boracay Island.

We commend Von Jovi Jover and his team for navigating a good sail. Ahoy o’captain! Thank you for these photos.


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Venue: Sea Wind Resort Boracay / Event Coordinator: Boracay Weddings by Amanda Tirol / Photographer: Pleiocene Pictures / Cinematographer:  Lula Wedding Film Co. / Bride’s Hair and Make Up Artist: Jo Jacinto Ticson / Bridal Party Hair and Make Up Artist: Fern Quimpo / Flowers: Florista

Themes and Teams

April 9, 2015

Gone are the days when weddings were just about color motifs. Today, themes are taken seriously and much emphasized on. It seems like it is the new black. From garden to beach wedding, rustic to Parisian, and nautical to wood-chic, themes become the template of any wedding and that set the tone of the event. To make every wedding even more different, gimmicks and other attention-grabbers are placed in. Just like Romeo and Diane’s union that sets the bar one notch higher—a wedding that will surely inspire you.

This wedding has ticked off all boxes of having a remarkable coming-together. Garden-themed wedding. Check. Le Jardin Rosella for the venue. Check. Randolf Evan Photography. Check. Ziggy Savella. Check. The Von Lazaro. Check. Just naming a few you may think that this union has all the ingredients to make this a beautiful one. While it is true, having a beautiful wedding does not mean it is different. Hence what sets this wedding apart from others is having Eloise Daniot in the pool of suppliers.

Eloise is the one who makes the origami bouquet and boutonnieres. Yes, you have read that right! It is all made from paper. It is absurdly mesmerizing to see paper cascades bloom like the real ones, isn’t it? The origami is done meticulously and with so much passion that transcends and goes well with the overarching theme.

Filipino weddings have evolved immensely and it influences the way many think and prepare for their own union. But whatever the theme and the tricks and gimmicks you place in, we hope that the true meaning and purpose of marriage still lives on.

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Wedding Venue: Le Jardin Rosella / Photographer: Randolf Evan / Videographer: Bliss And Berries /Bride’s Gown: Von Lazaro / Bride’s HMUA: Kris Bacani / Groom’s Suit: Ziggy Savella / Light, Sounds & Band Equipment: JS Mina / OTD Wedding Coordinator: SMA Weddings and Beyond / Musicians: The Weaker Vessels / Event Styling: MadeByLai / Ceremony Chairs: Botafogo Event Rentals / Origami Bouquet and Boutonnieres: Eloise Daniot / Photo Booth: Flipbook by Flip Productions / Video Booth: Slowmoo ( A Jason Magbanua Project) / Invitation Printing: PopGram Printing / Entourage and Parents Caricatures: Koko Gonzales / Wedding Program Fan Printing: Sure Prints / Principal Sponsors Gifts: Kalookies / Customized Notebooks Printing for Entourage: Paper Popsicle / Panda and Penguin Plush Toys: Popjunklove / DIY of Couple – Invitation Design, Program Fan Design, Panda and Penguin Characters, Giant Origami Flowers, Bible Band, Wedding Cord, Unity Candle, Ringbox |