Brand Your Wedding: Creating a Cohesive Wedding Theme

Photo source: The Knot Gone were the days when all you need to do is to choose a color motif as your “wedding theme”. Not that it is passe, but let’s admit it, doing just that may make your wedding look like everyone else’s or worse, somebody else’s. Have you ever attended a wedding and you suddenly have a deja vu — and you end up racking your brain, trying […]

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All About Wedding Food: 4 Kinds of Reception to Choose From

photo source:  100 Layer Cake Reception food will definitely EAT a big chunk on your wedding budget. That’s a a fact. While taste and food aesthetics are give-aways when deciding for wedding food, one major thing you need to consider is the kind of reception you want to have. Will you be having a Sit Down or Buffet style? If you’re having a close knit, intimate wedding reception, you may choose […]

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Tips And Tricks For A Perfectly Captured Wedding

photo source: photography by Priscila Valentina as seen thru Green Wedding Shoes Whenever I get asked about choosing a wedding photographer, I tell the brides to visualize first how they want their photographs to be like. Would they be sweeping and dramatic? Or perhaps, sunshine-y bright, like taken straight out of a wedding magazine? Or would they be bold and vibrant, perfect for your colorful wedding theme? Or say, you want them […]

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Choosing Your Wedding Venue

One of the first wedding-related bookings you’ll ever make is that of your wedding venue. Choosing one usually doesn’t come easy because of the many things to consider (availability, capacity, proximity, etc.), but do not fret! You don’t have to do a kiss-a-lot-of-frogs-before-you-find-your-prince stunt on deciding which venue will be best for you — the secret is (as in most things, I tell you!), you just have to ask the […]

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Choosing Your Wedding Colors

Aesthetically speaking, your wedding color/s is the lifeblood of your entire wedding. Your choice of color will essentially define the character, tone and feel of what you want your wedding to be. By the color alone, your guests can already get a hint on what wedding ambiance they can expect. So again, please take time in deciding, conceptualizing and visualizing the color motif you want. Choose your colors wisely. If in […]

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Wedding Traditions: Something Blue

This wedding tradition is the fourth line in the old English rhyme, “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe” which the bride adds to her wedding outfit or carries with her on the wedding day as good luck charms. Something Blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity. Most popular choices are blue shoes, blue hair accessories and jewelry accents in blue. Check out the info graphic below […]

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Wedding Traditions: Something Borrowed

This wedding tradition is the third line in the old English rhyme, “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe” which the bride adds to her wedding outfit or carries with her on the wedding day as good luck charms. Something Borrowed represents borrowed happiness from a happily married friend or family member whose good fortune in marriage is supposed to carry over to the new bride. […]

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Wedding Traditions: Something New

This wedding tradition is the second line in the old English rhyme, “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe” which the bride adds to her wedding outfit or carries with her on the wedding day as good luck charms. Something New stands for the optimism and hope for the bride’s new life ahead, and a good luck to a bright, happy future. Your wedding gown (if […]

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Wedding Traditions: Something Old

This wedding tradition is the first line in the old English rhyme, “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe” which the bride adds to her wedding outfit or carries with her on the wedding day as good luck charms. “Something Old” represents the continuity with the bride’s family and the past — a family heirloom or a locket with photos of your parents or grandparents are some […]

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Celebrations of Love from Around the World

Happy Wedding Wednesday cherries! Our lovely friends from Simply Bridal shared with us this infographic about how lovers from all over the world celebrate their love. The details on how different cultures celebrate marriage in their countries are uniquely-amusing and very informative. Can you name some inherent Filipino wedding traditions/ customs that are uniquely us? photo source: Simply Bridal

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