Saturday, June 18, 2016


Last December 2015, we celebrated our 10th anniversary. We've definitely seen the wedding industry rise and expand in just a few years. Back when weddings were simpler and less complicated than they are now, planning was so much easier. But now, things are different. With the advent of social media, we now get inquiries from Filipino brides based all over the world who would come home to the Philippines and get married in the Motherland. I guess there's really nothing like saying 'I Do' in the comforts of home, with your loved ones surrounding you.
In the many years we've been in business, we've learned a lot from our destination weddings (we really started shipping our flowers out of Manila to Boracay, which is still one of our most frequent wedding destinations outside of Luzon). We've learned from our experiences, both good and bad, and applied the best practices to allow us to ship arranged bouquets to all parts of the country: from Batanes to General Santos (and twice so far to Singapore). For this opportunity, we have our dearest couples to thank for trusting us 100%.
This June & July, we will be breaking new ground as well: we'll be having our first events in Iloilo City, the island of Siquijor, and in Bukidnon - some of the most underrated wedding places ever. The first two are in the Western & Central Visayas respectively, known for their spectacular beaches & great food, and the third, in Northern Mindanao, home of really friendly people and awesome mountain ranges (Bukidnon is also very special to us. Read HERE). We've very excited to be doing weddings in these new places! But really, doing weddings all over the country makes us happy because we get to work with a lot of really talented local suppliers.
So just in case you're thinking of getting great, quality florals for your Philippine wedding anytime soon, do let us know. We'll be there. ^_^
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