Wednesday, July 20, 2011


We are super kilig & excited to the roots of our hair for our recent feature in the latest ish of Wedding Essentials (out now! Get your copy!). The setup we made is inspired by the Italian artist, Piero Fornasetti, and the imagined setting is a museum or a penthouse in New York (the imagined guests were, of course, friends who share the love for film, music, and lit!). We simply can't get over the write up about our setup, parts of which we are re-posting below. *melts a hundred times over*

From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you, Wedding Essentials, for continuing to support new & upcoming artists / wedding suppliers in the Philippines. God bless you always! :-)

"One of the signs of a great stylist is his ability to realize the inspiration for his vision. It's one thing to dream up images of a flawless reception, and another thing to execute it to the last detail. Never has this been more accurate in Dylan Gozum's Cavalieri-inspired long table arrangement... Gozum's long tablescape is true beauty personified -- unassuming, straightforward, and ethereal. Set in his vision of a New York penthouse, Gozum puts together items from literature and art, tempering the visuals with floral blooms to exude an intimately elegant wedding vibe."

Special thanks go to Ernest Pascual for helping us out with the graphics (candle holders, place cards) and to the Vatel Manila team (Aecy, Mishi, & LA), this is it! Thank you SO much for sharing with us your time and talent. The future is bright, and it's brighter because of your presence. *group hug*

Much love,

Dylan Yap Gozum
for Vatel Manila & {etc} Handmade Goodness

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Congrats, honey! You'll soon visit New York for business. Hoola ko iyan sa'yo. Haha.


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