Thursday, February 10, 2011


Our God sometimes has an amusing way of granting prayers. I have long wanted to do a wedding in this quaint little church in Nasugbu which everyone insists on calling as the 'Caleruega Church' but as luck would have it, only my flowers eventually got there, ha ha! But hey, who's complaining? As they say, in due time. :-)

Bride Irene first saw my work from a co-W@Wie who posted photos of her flowers in the forums. She inquired with us in May of last year, and we finally closed in November. In between, we devoted time to - what else - chatting! What we didn't get to do - meet up - we made up by chatting for hours on end, ha ha! This, among other things, will definitely be missed.

I don't know how the wedding's theme, Road Trip, was eventually pulled off as I have not seen the reception photos (the invite's design was telling enough though), but it reminds me of a line from the song,'I'll Back You Up' by the Dave Matthews band,"I remember thinking / Sometimes we walk / Sometimes we run away / But I know / No matter how fast we are running / Somehow we keep up with each other."

Irene & Rollie, thank you for making us a part of your special day. May you always keep up with each other. :-)

Special thanks goes to this event's event coordinator, Perfect 10 Weddings, for accompanying our flowers to Tagaytay in compliance with our Green Weddings Initiative. It definitely was worth waking up early for. :-)

Thank you, Ms. Irene, for allowing us to share your beautiful wedding pictures! :-)

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All photos by Paul Vincent Photography
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Wedding: The Transfiguration Chapel, Batangas
Reception: Sonya's Garden
Photographer: Paul Vincent
Videographer: Geronimo Photograpico
Event Coordinator: Darlene Tan-Salazar for Perfect 10 Weddings
Entourage Flowers: Dylan Gozum for Vatel Manila

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