Runnin’ with the clouds. It’s amazing when they fill everything.
|John + Mel||27 Nov 2013|
We all know that in life, it’s the journey, not the destination. A destination like Dos Palmas Island Resort in Palawan, however, could make any journey a thousand times sweeter.
As if to amp the experience some more, you’ll won’t see a dull moment in this particular story. I guess when the bride and groom decide to wear Toms for shoes, it’s a clear indicator that the couple is set to have fun. Kudos to John and Mel!
There are just too many beautiful moments. I kid you not. Enjoy picture-hopping. :)
|B&W Tuesday||26 Nov 2013|
In my Wedding Essentials feature about wedding destinations, I shared this:
“I’m happy we call this beautiful country our homeland because we don’t really have to go too far for a perfect wedding destination. Several wonders of the world are at our disposal anytime and our beautiful beaches are always magical enough to frame any wedding journey.”
The picture above was shot in Palawan with our bride Mel.
I think I proved my point. :)
|Ace + Jinel||20 Nov 2013|
“The Law of the Heart is Love.” A wedding story where two lawyers unite. :)
*The Law of the Heart is Love is the title of Jinel’s dad’s (Romy Macalintal) radio show.
|B&W Tuesday||19 Nov 2013|
The groom writing his vows. Typical.
The groom writing his vows for his wife of 25 years. Remarkable.
|Boy + Susan||19 Nov 2013|
This wedding story kickstarted a steady lineup of wedding renewals for us this year. Boy and Susan have been married for 25 years! That is extraordinary considering that the trend, unfortunately, is to split in less than a hundred days. Boy and Susan have been married for 9000 days and counting. If that doesn’t renew our faith in love, then I don’t know what does.
|B&W Tuesday||12 Nov 2013|
JR and Anj had a very long engagement. So to finally say the words “Done Deal” was extremely rewarding.
|Kasalang Bayan sa BayaniJuan||06 Nov 2013|
In this particular case, there were 38 fairy tales. Their ages ranged from 18 to 53. Some have kids; some have grandkids. These couples had been living together for years but they just couldn’t afford a wedding.
Thanks to Philippine Association of Wedding Planners (PAWP) and Bantay Bata 163 Laguna for organizing this event. Also, thank you to my fellow wedding suppliers who contributed their crafts and services. I have been supporting this program for years and it always feels fresh each year. Who can say no to love? This is exactly why I do what I do.
So please bask in the glow of their genuine smiles. Each bride was beautiful, and each groom beaming with pride. Stripped of grand accessories and trimmings, we can just concentrate on this unusual wedding story, which started five minutes before 9 in the morning. :)