Philippine Wedding: What to eat

A Philippine wedding is considered as a local festival. Prominent families of the couples are obliged to invite as many people and as big crowd as possible, including the locality’s who’s who in politics, social circles, and intelligentsia. The menu for a Philippine wedding is an enjoyable collection of long-cherished Filipino food. Most of them are deep-friend, sautéed, or bathed in oil. The reason behind such practice is that the gathering is big, and the food has to be prepared in the least amount of time. PhilippineWeddingScenes.com has listed below some of the staples on the table for all marital celebrations: (more…)
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Philippine wedding keepsakes

In looking for ideas in creating Philippine wedding keepsakes, what you need to remember is that you don’t have to look for fanciful objects and symbols. Most of the times, even a simple a note of thank-you or a picture of the couple can suffice. Below are some of brilliant ideas in making the occasion a memorable experience for the couple and guests alike. Lovebirds. You can opt for the real thing, but that would be costly. In most Philippine wedding celebrations, lovebirds can be in the form of mute animals perched on a small hand-woven basket or chirping over a deep water well. Symbols such as hearts, the words I love you, or Thank you can be added for maximum effect. (more…)
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Some Philippine Wedding Traditions

A Philippine wedding is wrought in myth, legend, folklore, Christianity, superstition, and local customs. It is difficult to keep tab on the many rites that are to be observed for the bride and groom, things that they should and should not do starting from the day of engagement to the honeymoon. In this article, we focus our attention on the several quaint practices: The groom should never watch the bride in her gown before the day of the wedding. If pictorials are to be arranged days before the marriage, the bride should wear a different dress. (more…)
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Wedding Moon at Boracay

WEDDINGMOON, the most promising fair to hit the Philippine Wedding industry to date. Our passion for events and our enthusiasm for romance motivates us to create more fun, practical and intimate wedding experience . The inception of WEDDINGMOON: The Philippine Wedding Destination Fair is primarily to cater the growing numbers of soon to wed couples opting for destination weddings. Moreover, the event will serve as the new venue for wedding suppliers to showcase division of their wedding away products and services. And because we acknowledge that today, consumers are not content with words alone, we bring dreams into experience by slating the premier leg of our WEDDINGMOON destination series in the romantic island of BORACAY. Over 50 top wedding suppliers nationwide will be gathered aiming to help couples make more informed decisions for their big day. This will be staged at the poolside of Grand Vista Spa and Resort on Dec. 12–14, 2008. For further info you can call us up a…
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Top Wedding Planner Symposium

The country's premiere wedding planner, MS. RITA NERI, shares invaluable tips on how to have an elegant wedding on Saturday, 29 November 2008, at the Mactan Room of the EDSA Shangri-la Hotel. Sponsored by Themes & Motifs & the EDSA Shangri-la Hotel, this one day Bridal Symposium is organized and conducted by Rita Neri Event Planners. Ms. Rita Neri will feature resource speakers who are experts in their respective wedding fields to join her in answering questions that are usually in the minds of brides and grooms (and their entourage!). Penk Ching of Pastry Bin and Frederick Peralta (designer), aside from other ace wedding professionals, will be part of Ms. Neri's panel of experts in the Bridal Symposium. A symposium fee of one thousand pesos (Php 1,000.00) is charged per person and subsequent attendee is charged a discounted rate of Php 500.00. Pre-registration by calling Rita Neri Event Planners at 840-1897 or 893-0534 is preferred. Early-bird discount rate of Php 200.…
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The Glimpse

The Glimpse, A Photo Exhibit November 15-21, 2008 The Atrium, ParkMall
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Dino Lara for Refined and Involving Wedding Photography

There are a lot of good wedding photographers out there. One of the many exceptional photographer is Mr. Dino Lara whose art is to captivate memorable wedding moments compiling every picture to produce a story. A wedding will never be complete without remembrances resembling that momentous occasion and there is no better way of preserving those memories than having a photo journal of the whole event. Dino Lara is a topnotch photojournalist that has been producing exceptional photographic skills in making each shot part of whole story foretold on a photo album. (more…)
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Philippine Elegant Weddings 2008

All wedding suppliers are cordially invited to the ELEGANT WEDDINGS 2008 ORIENTATION MEETING Wednesday, 29 October 2008 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Mactan Room, EDSA Shangri-la Hotel, Mandaluyong City For inquiries, pls. call: (632) 371.9783 / (632) 413.7892 / 0917.8477136 / 0919.3798206 Or email: mktg@themesnmotifs.com
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Filipino Wedding Traditions

Marriage in the Philippines is more than just an unforgettable moment. It shows the true commitment of couple joined together to share each other for the rest of time. Like other cultures, Filipinos are also rich in wedding traditions. These traditions originated from the Spaniards who colonized the Philippines during its early years. The elders believe that going through the whole ceremony will bless the couple with a long lasting marriage. Taking part of the union of both bride and groom are the sponsors. The sponsors are there to serve as support and guidance to the couple. (more…)
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