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Shangri-La, Boracay Wedding | Jon Herrera and Patti Grandidge

With almost a decade and thousands of miles in their story, they’ve finally come to this day. Jon and Patti are no strangers in the social scene. Jon, a.k.a DJ Johnny Verse and an entrepreneur, has made his mark by rising from the ranks and achieving a lot not just in music but in various...

Madre de Dios, Tagaytay Highlands Wedding | Ian and Diana

More than half of our bookings are destination weddings and one of the favorites is Tagaytay. Just about an hour away from the metro, it’s the closest getaway with a nice cold weather plus a couple of dainty restaurants. Ian and Diana frequent this place whenever they visit Calatagan. It’s also where Ian proposed by...

Dagupan, Pangasinan Wedding | Christian and Janelle

Starting off with their theme, Christian and Janelle have always been fascinated with the Japanese culture. The details were done to showcase the country – paper cranes, parasols, and even DIY cherry blossom trees were brought in to achieve the Japanese feel. Other than that, the colour pink was widely used throughout the wedding especially...

Santuario de San Antonio Wedding | Enrik and Debbie

Their shared fondness for traveling and going to the beach prompted them to have a water inspired concept. In retrospect, they initially planned to have a beach wedding but logistics would have been taxing. Easy solution and reasonable bargain: bring the sea to the city. By far, their reception has the most elaborate set up...

Discovery Shores, Boracay Wedding | Sam and Danike

It’s Easter Sunday and we’re breathing life back to our blog with this beautiful wedding in paradise. Today’s featured wedding brings great pride as a Filipino since it is of the wedding of an Australian couple set in the breathtaking island of Boracay. It also serves as a beautiful reminder for all the soon-to-be weds....

Makati Shangri-La Wedding | Wayne and Marie

There were neither playful ideas nor flashy wedding gimmicks but that did not take away from the essence of the wedding. Instead, it presented a wedding that was subtly sexy yet classic and timeless altogether.

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