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WeddingLab.ph – Make your own Wedsites and Online Gift Registry

Having a wedding website is perhaps one of the best things you can do to organize and advertise your wedding. Many people do not think of creating a website or using one to help them in their wedding activities, but Wedding Lab offers great ideas in organizing your wedding registry and wedding photographs. You can […]

Philippine Holidays 2014

Plan your wedding around the 2014 Philippine Holidays.

Malacañang recently released Proclamation No. 655, declaring the national non-working holidays for 2014. If you are getting married and still picking a date for your special day, why not consider getting married over a long, holiday weekend? How about a weekday wedding that falls on a holiday? You do your guests a favor by helping […]

The Wedding Guest’s Guide to Taking Photographs

Photos by Mimi and Karl. One of the great things about social media sites like Instagram, Facebook or other photo-sharing platforms is that they allow you to share your experience at a wedding through pictures. Most people these days have a fancy digital camera that they use for such occasions and if not, the cameras […]

Turn Instagram photographs to an iPad photo album and a printed wedding photobook.

Create a Wedding Album from Facebook and Instagram photos.

There is no stopping it. Your guests will be snapping away with their phones, point and shoots and DSLRs on your wedding day and uploading photos to Instagram and Facebook. So why not turn these photos into beautiful mementos that you can share digitally and also keep a physical copy? Yes, you can view these […]

Café Antonio: Unplugging the Coffee for Weddings

When people attend a wedding, they probably remember the wedding reception more than the wedding ceremony itself. And when they attend a reception, they would probably ooh and aah over the venue and the ambience, but they would remember most the food they ate. That is why most couples make sure that to make their […]

Having flower girls and ring bearers successfully march down the aisle

People sometimes find it cute to have animals become part of a wedding entourage as bearers of flower baskets or wedding rings. But in a largely Catholic or Christian country such as the Philippines, this role is given to people, usually children who are part of the family, a close relative, or a family friend. […]

Barong or suit and tie for men

Decoding different dress codes in the Philippines

Different events call for different dress codes. In the Philippines, what conventions do these dress codes call for? An occasion that calls for “formal attire” (or black- or white-tie) means a conservative three-piece suit for men (think coat-and-tie or tuxedo) in subdued colors, or a barong Tagalog made of jusi or pinya worn over an […]

Shiela Jocona - Ken Reyes Lao Wedding Website

WeddingLab.ph – Make your own Wedsites and Online Gift Registry

Having a wedding website is perhaps one of the best things you can do to organize and advertise your wedding. Many people do not think of creating a website or using one to help them in their wedding activities, but Wedding Lab offers great ideas in organizing your wedding registry and wedding photographs. You can […]

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Philippine Holidays 2014

Plan your wedding around the 2014 Philippine Holidays.

Malacañang recently released Proclamation No. 655, declaring the national non-working holidays for 2014. If you are getting married and still picking a date for your special day, why not consider getting married over a long, holiday weekend? How about a weekday wedding that falls on a holiday? You do your guests a favor by helping […]

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The Wedding Guest’s Guide to Taking Photographs

Photos by Mimi and Karl. One of the great things about social media sites like Instagram, Facebook or other photo-sharing platforms is that they allow you to share your experience at a wedding through pictures. Most people these days have a fancy digital camera that they use for such occasions and if not, the cameras […]

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Turn Instagram photographs to an iPad photo album and a printed wedding photobook.

Create a Wedding Album from Facebook and Instagram photos.

There is no stopping it. Your guests will be snapping away with their phones, point and shoots and DSLRs on your wedding day and uploading photos to Instagram and Facebook. So why not turn these photos into beautiful mementos that you can share digitally and also keep a physical copy? Yes, you can view these […]

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Café Antonio: Unplugging the Coffee for Weddings

When people attend a wedding, they probably remember the wedding reception more than the wedding ceremony itself. And when they attend a reception, they would probably ooh and aah over the venue and the ambience, but they would remember most the food they ate. That is why most couples make sure that to make their […]

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The Blue Leaf Events Pavilion: Minimalist Elegance, Maximal Experience for Wedding Receptions

Fort Bonifacio in Taguig City is probably one of the fastest business and leisure areas being developed in Metro Manila. Yet despite this progress, it has retained its atmosphere of sleek urban planning amid open, green spaces. Filled with various commercial and entertainment establishments as it is, one can find along Park Avenue at McKinley […]

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Having flower girls and ring bearers successfully march down the aisle

People sometimes find it cute to have animals become part of a wedding entourage as bearers of flower baskets or wedding rings. But in a largely Catholic or Christian country such as the Philippines, this role is given to people, usually children who are part of the family, a close relative, or a family friend. […]

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Barong or suit and tie for men

Decoding different dress codes in the Philippines

Different events call for different dress codes. In the Philippines, what conventions do these dress codes call for? An occasion that calls for “formal attire” (or black- or white-tie) means a conservative three-piece suit for men (think coat-and-tie or tuxedo) in subdued colors, or a barong Tagalog made of jusi or pinya worn over an […]

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Sunset, Palm Trees, Manila Bay, Wedding

Lavish wedding receptions by the Bay at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila

Perhaps one of the most well-known hotels in Metro Manila is the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila. Formerly known as the Westin Philippine Plaza, it is the only five-star luxury resort hotel in the metropolis and has housed various levels of VIPs – from royalty to heads of state. It is located at the Cultural Center […]

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Balay Indang - Red Ginger

The homey, cozy atmosphere of Balay Indang (Red Ginger Farm and Garden)

Who would have guessed that so many options for wedding receptions exist in the nearby province of Cavite (which is adjacent to bustling Metro Manila), apart from the famed and oft-visited Tagaytay City? Yet somewhere in Mahabang Kahoy in the town of Indang, is a relaxing haven known as the Red Ginger Farm and Garden, […]

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