Thursday, February 24, 2011

Be Inspired

Today, I decided to bloghop. Now, check out our beautiful weddings as featured in the wonderful pages of

I have been blessed to have clients who placed their full trust in me – not only in coming up with unique and exquisite details for their weddings but also in my skills in coordinating a beautiful wedding. (Warning! If you are a future bride, this post might give you a hard time choosing what to have for your own wedding. Always remember, the key to a successful wedding is not having a lot of details but pick details which would work and something that your guests would remember about your wedding.)

For their wedding,
JG and Trina highlighted their love for out-of-town destinations--they got married in Cavite, and had their reception in Tagaytay (one of their fave date destinations!). Their wedding details in bold sunset colors (that matched their sunset garden theme) made the view in Balai Taal, their reception venue, even more breathtaking. The feel of their wedding was reminiscent of the many out-of-town dates they had--except on that day, there weren't just the two of them to share in the bliss of their love.

Lea and Johannes' wedding perfectly captured the tropical ambiance they wanted--and more importantly, it let them share with their guests the atmosphere in which they fell in love. )

Katrina and Laurence wanted to add a breath of fresh air to their otherwise traditional wedding. By using green and cream as their motif, the couple turned their nature-inspired wedding into an extraordinary event.

Being a laidback couple,
Luizelle and Rico wanted their wedding to be timeless and elegant, but also relaxed and cozy. They achieved that cool yet classy wedding vibe with much help from an enduring music genre: jazz!

Karen and Jasper tied the knot with an oriental-themed wedding in early 2010. Their union was a true testament of how the most unexpected things in life--like their love--can also be the most gratifying.

The relaxed and laid back Tagaytay wedding of
Jeanne and Peter.

A candy-themed wedding was an almost automatic choice for the
Patrick and Candy. They incorporated a lot of candy treats in the décor and food--apt for a sweet beginning.

Judy and John's relationship was no longer a secret. They declared their love to the world in 2006, when they were married in the US, and again in 2008 during their renewal of vows in the Philippines.

Jill and Choy both love shopping and feeling good by looking good, so their wedding was a fun, fashionable event. Their wedding wear was created by top designers and their grand entrance at the reception was a fashion show with their entourage. The bridesmaids were dressed in bright yellow empire-cut gowns, and the groomsmen were dashing in their suits. During the reception, Jill and Choy gave away prizes from their favorite boutique, Zara. All in all, their wedding was not only fashionable, but it was fun for everyone.

A Vintage Vineyard Themed Wedding for
Erin and Christian that has inspired a lot of brides.

Elaine and Paul tied the knot in early 2010 with a teal wedding in Tagaytay. And while Paul's proposal was a most unusual one, that didn't mean that they loved each other any less.

Judee and Erwin wanted a classic, romantic wedding that channeled understated elegance. After crossing out 50(!) proposed wedding themes, Judee and Erwin decided to have a white-and-blue-themed affair reminiscent of Greece's prime tourist destination--Santorini!

Ailenne and Mike celebrated their wedding with an affair with heartwarming details, which made all their loved ones feel at home. The couple held their intimate wedding in the morning, and they complemented the warm sunshine with a cheery blue and yellow color palette and refreshing spring theme

People often forget that a wedding is more than just a celebration of two people coming together--that it is also a celebration of families uniting.
Sabs and Mike, however, did not. Theirs was the first wedding for both families, and the couple wanted to make the celebration really heartfelt. Moreover, Sabs and Mike both came from tight-knit families, so they decided to have their relations play active roles in the celebration

Angela and Patrick are so in love, and their wedding perfectly captured how they felt about each other. Their Parisian-themed wedding was one elegant affair as it came alive with details in rich hues of red and purple with gold and black accents. The décor cast a spell of romance, but it was the couple's special connection that proved love was definitely in the air.

Donna and Mike are two very different individuals who stayed together despite the obstacles posed by their a long distance relationship. In the end, they conquered their challenges and committed to a new life together with their casino-and-beach-themed wedding.

Because their love story took many long years to finally come together,
Jackie and Herbert knew that their wedding should be a momentous event. They pulled out all the stops for their wedding, coming up with a "vintage opulence" theme to show how special it was.

Kathleen and Jeff tied the knot on a rainy day, but not even the weather could dampen their mood. Their special day was filled with surprises that made their wedding truly memorable.

Friends-turned-lovers Rhea and Vince tied the knot with a tiffany blue and brown color motif. Their simple and classic affair was made warm with lots of blooms in soft hues, embellished candles and accents, and DIY projects.

Program colleagues turned lovers
Shermaine and Antoine exchanged I do's in Tagaytay with a whimsical Mediterranean-themed wedding. Filipino wedding tradition, modern twists, DIY projects, and sweet Belgian treats made their November destination wedding a unique and harmonious fusion of cultures.

Meg and Bem had a stunningly coordinated Mediterranean-themed wedding, which was produced through the collaboration of many sought-after suppliers, to whom the couple had given complete creative freedom for the design. The November affair was a perfect example of a well-thought-out and flawlessly executed theme.

Sig and Allan's bright and cheery, yellow and pewter-themed wedding had DIY elements inspired by the queen of arts and crafts, Martha Stewart. The sunny touches set the tone, not only for the reception, but also for the entire nuptial rites. The wedding ceremony was kept light-hearted and warm, with the bride eliciting a few giggles as she said her vows of promising to laugh at the groom's corny jokes, and to support all his dreams, even his showbiz ambitions.

When Ann and Paulo tied the knot, they incorporated a vintage French garden theme into their wedding. With a celebration filled with charm, romance, and whimsy, the couple's wedding served as the perfect beginning to their love-filled ever after.

Colleagues turned lovers
Mega and Zenon tied the knot with a celebration featuring a peach, orange, and yellow color motif. Marked with chic details and heartwarming treats, their December destination wedding was nothing short of unique.

Tin and Uno tied the knot with a unique Filipiniana-themed wedding that cast a spell of romance with its rustic charm. With personalized details dotting the affair, the wedding was kept modern and ultimately close to the hearts of the couple's loved ones.

Mish and Karl exchanged I do's last 1.11.11 with a pink and black-themed wedding. Their elegant affair--which featured classic details with a twist--was one well-coordinated celebration.

Myrvi and Avinash tied the knot in Bohol with an affair that celebrated different cultures. With an elegant champagne gold color motif, the couple's wedding took on a colonial theme that was posh and refreshing as it was warm and intimate.

Janet and Abe exchanged I do's last December with a winter-inspired affair. Powder blue, white, and silver details helped them channel their chosen theme. The couple presented the perfect contrast against their wedding month's nippy weather by holding a warm and memorable affair with a casual ambiance and nostalgic details.

Long-term couple
Davelyn and Mike returned to Baguio--the place where their love story began--to exchange I do's. Their affair was marked with a nippy weather, dreamy details, and a heartwarming program.

I thank the people behind Bridalbook especially the writers for the support you have given Events! Events! We hope that you continue to inspire a lot of soon-to-wed couples with your various features.

I promise to blog in detail these weddings. In the meantime, this I have to ask, “after reading this post, have you been inspired?”

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