Thursday, September 26, 2013


We cannot contain our excitement so we're sharing with you a few unofficial photos (but lovely lovely ones nonetheless!) of the setup we and some wedding supplier friends did for Bride and Breakfast's first ever party for, uhm, wedding suppliers! How about that - our own soirée! We cannot thank everyone enough for making this gathering a huge success - typhoon & floods notwithstanding. Talagang we really felt appreciated by your mere presence alone. So, while waiting for the official photos & video, here's sharing some sneak peek courtesy of our very good friend, Mark Cantalejo, who flew in from Cebu to attend. Thanks a lot, Marky! ^_^ 

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013


This was a wedding we worked on in November of 2012 and although almost a year old already, it still feels and looks fresh. Which brings us to the topic of today's post: the classic look. Weddings these past few years have been more playful and adventurous. Thematic weddings are practically the rage these days: there's no wedding that comes to past that doesn't have at least the travel (or the usual shabby chic-rustic-vintage) elements in it and sometimes it makes us wonder if the clean and classic idea of a wedding is already boring for today's couples. 

Good thing that there are still those like Jaime & Michelle who still subscribe to the old ideal - the look of classic weddings will always endure. Nothing could be more romantic than a pastel palette and photographer, Toto Villaruel, just captured this wedding oh so beautifully! The light was just stunning! The challenge though in shooting classic weddings is that there aren't many details to overwhelm the photographer, so he / she can focus on taking shots of the candids / formals, and play with available elements (the playful ring shot above, for example, is just brilliant in its simplicity). 

It's so refreshing to see something like this every once in a while. It reminds us of how the simplest things can oftentimes be the prettiest. ^_^      

Preps_ Ville Sommet 
Ceremony_ Church of St. Benedict
Photographer_ Toto Villaruel
Video_ (missing information)
Gown_ Veejay Floresca
Planner_ Detalye Events
Food_ K. by Cunanan Catering
Entourage Flowers_ Vatel Manila


-- We distinctly remember this day: we had five (5) weddings (two in Metro Manila, one in Cainta, one in Cagayan de Oro, and another in Bora...