Showing posts from June, 2006


The Pajarillos with a see-through backdrop on Vatel Manila's signature A tent. The idea is to provide a sense of enclosed space for the ceremony but not to cover the avenue of mango trees behind it.

Although I didn't do the flowers for the entourage, a special order to do the bride's bouquet came a day before the wedding. I should have taken a photo of the original bouquet to compare it with what we did for her. The one she's holding is made up of 2 dozens of white roses and 2 dozens of really nice green carnations, with minute accents of red and blue. The same goes for the groom's buttonniere. All other corsages are not mine. Sayang.

The afternoon sun tries to break through the thickening rain clouds.

Just wrapped up my latest project at The Mango Farm. I wasn't particularly happy at how this thing turned out. The attempt to NOT conform to what has been done before by others is taking its toll on the outcome. However, I am surprised that during the recent Perfect…