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REAL WEDDING: { PAOLO & NINA }

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Today’s a happy day (like most wedding days anyway), but today’s particularly happy because we finally got to meet the talented people behind Team Redsheep, the official P/V of today’s event. I immediately recognized Puy Talde, the man behind RAW (today’s photographers), who introduced me to his pretty & very charming wife, Chie, who’s also part of the team. We also got to meet Guj, of course, who was busy with the video, & the brothers, Kel & Mar Laquindanum, of myphotato, the funky side of Redsheep. We’ve worked with the team twice in the past already and since I am rarely late when delivering (this time I really was, sorry!), I almost always never meet all the other suppliers except perhaps for the HMUA, who is always the first supplier to arrive. The MUA, by the way, was Jim Ros who trained with Maybelline. Nice working with you again, Jim! :-)

We met Nina through the goodness of Lace Tan of K. by Cunanan Catering. We only got to exchange emails exactly a month p…

REAL WEDDING: { KARL & GLES }

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This is our second wedding in a series of three towards the end of August 2010. Yesterday, the color motif was Maroon + Black. Today, Karl & Gles glow in their choice of Midnight Blue + Silver. It is true that this color motif has been used several times in the past, but the interpretation has been varied and methinks this particular wedding was able to pull it off with panache & their caterer, K. by Cunanan, was able to imbue it with so much elegance and freshness by way of using lampshades & white flowers in the reception.

For our part, we employed subtle hues of blue by using generous amounts of Hydrangeas in the ceremony setup, two-toned Purple Carnations for the entourage bouquets & pomanders, & Picasso mini callas for the bride - her personal choice.

We are likewise delighted to work with Henry Villanueva for the second time here at The Mango Farm. Nahiya pa ako na I didn't recognize him (this was our first time to meet!), but he was very gracious an…