When it comes to wedding videographers to watch, there are so many talents out there! Allow us the privilege of introducing you to seven awesome teams. You’re welcome.
Since January is the season for resolutions, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to add one more to your already long list. We can be bossy like that sometimes. But we promise this will be just as worthwhile as all your new get-fit plans, if not easier to stick to! Here it is: We dare you to take note of these videographers to watch and subscribe to their Youtube and Vimeo channels.
Of course, we’re all familiar with the legends in the field (in alphabetical order, lest they accuse us of favoritism): Jason Magbanua, Mayad, Bob Nicolas, and Threelogy. But even future celebrity bride, Ehra Madrigal, believes that all of the suppliers are talented! It’s really just a matter of personal taste on the part of the bride and groom. So, to help widen your choices, we had a chat with some fresh talents in the videography scene who might not be getting as much exposure as the greats. Read on for our no-longer-secret list of videographers to watch out for this year!
Using wedding fireworks have direct impact on the environment and on our health! Here are more eco-friendly ways to bring sparkle into your wedding.
We love firework displays for different reasons. Some of us believe that having wedding fireworks will pave the way for a bountiful year ahead. Others can’t help but wax romantic at the sight of rainbow-colored explosions against the dark of night. But anybody who has ever plucked her eyebrows knows that beauty comes at a cost, and this cannot be truer than in the case of fireworks.
It’s become a popular tradition among friends, families, and even workplaces to hold an outreach activity during Christmas season. It’s our way of giving thanks for our blessings the past year—and for THE only blessing we will ever need. But Christmas isn’t the only time you can give back. Why not make your big day more memorable and meaningful by having a charitable wedding too?
Of course, most weddings already cost the couple so much. But there are ways to have a charitable wedding without incurring any extra expenses. Now if that isn’t a heavenly deal, we don’t know what is!
If you’re one of those people who prefer to give actual wedding gifts, then be sure to check out this list for thoughtful ideas that would please any bride and groom. (You’re welcome!)
Though we can all agree that weddings are a lot of work for the bride and groom, their families, and their suppliers, the average wedding guest usually encounters a couple of puzzles along the way too. There’s always the dress code to decode. The additional color palette always increases the difficulty to the I-have-nothing-to-wear level. Then there are the wedding gifts, which are sometimes as easy to figure out as Manila weather.
Deciding what to give the couple can be tricky, which is why many guests usually choose to hand over envelopes instead of wedding gifts. Let’s face it, giving the bride and groom a check is not only less complicated, it’s also usually what they want the most! But if you’re one of those people who insist on getting wedding gifts for sentimental or financial reasons, or if you were personally raised by etiquette guru Emily Post, then we’ve got you covered.
Wedding planning can be overwhelming, but knowing these wedding budget basics can help you get to the big day—without going into debt or resorting to selling your internal organs.
You’ve got the ring and you’ve been floating on Cloud 9 for two weeks. Then the big question hits you: How are we going to pay for all of this? While planning a wedding can be seriously stress-inducing, realizing the fact that you need to pay for all of it is enough to cause a nuclear meltdown for the average couple. Going through these wedding budget basics one-at-a-time is, therefore, necessary if you want to avoid an all-out Armageddon.
During the exclusive #TopKnottersChat last November 16, Summer Reyes Carullo of VRC Creative gave our Twitter followers professional (and free!) money-related advice. Read on for the second part of our recap, solely devoted to the wedding budget basics you need to know.
During the exclusive #TopKnottersChat last Wednesday, wedding planner extraordinaire Summer Reyes Carullo of VRC Creative gave our Twitter followers professional (and free!) crucial money-related advice. If you missed it, let us clue you in on how to best trim your wedding budget!
If money grew on trees, we might do a Cristalle and hire a party boat to shuttle our guests across Lake Como too. But because spending millions to get hitched remains a fantasy for us, we’ll have to work, work, work within a realistic budget to make our dream wedding come true. It’s not as bad as you think—when you know where to start cutting. Here’s our breakdown of all the crazy creative things you can do to trim your wedding budget, brought to you by the #TopKnottersChat (Stay tuned for more!).
Considered by most as an exotic remote island, Bali is actually one of the top locations for destination weddings.
Aside from the romantic resorts and seaside views, there are two important reasons that make it a perfect location for a destination wedding. One is the abundance of wedding suppliers to choose from and the range of activities your guests can do while on the trip for your wedding.
Activities aren’t only a way to add excitement and have something to do for your guests. It is also a way to get your family & loved ones to connect and know each other better. A wedding is a merging of two families, after all. And Bali has a lot to offer in this regard.
How do we honor our dearly departed when they can no longer be with us on our wedding? Having a wedding memorial or two is a heartfelt way of sharing this joyous occasion with them.
When news that Bongbong Marcos had walked Isabelle Daza down the aisle reached our Facebook and Instagram feeds, we all wondered why. Then our collective hearts broke when we saw Bob Nicolas’ SDE, saw how the bride fought to keep her tears at bay. Now we know: Belle’s dad had passed away just months before the wedding. Her wedding memorial was having her dad’s closest friend give her away now that he couldn’t do so himself.
It’s every couple’s dream to have all their loved ones present during their big day. After all, how many of us secretly wished that our own father-daughter dance could be just as epic as in the viral video above? But sometimes we have to say goodbye sooner than we’d like. Here are five ways to help make up for that lost opportunity to have your dad dance to ‘N Sync’s “Bye, Bye, Bye” with you.
Everybody knows that the bride is always the most beautiful person in the room.
Maybe it’s the excitement of starting a new chapter of her life that brings an undeniable glow to her face. But we also know that planning a wedding can be incredibly stressful—so much so that some blushing brides have been spotted transforming into a bridezilla instead!
The bridezilla is not an urban legend. She is real and can sneak up on you when you least expect it. So we asked married couples, especially brides, for advice on how to keep their inner monsters at bay on their big day.
For many people, their wedding is one of the most highly-anticipated days of their lives. Couples spend so much—not just money—but time and energy to ensure that their big day unfolds like a fairytale. But even though their weddings were a dream, many admit that there were some details that could’ve been better. Some might dismiss these as minor. But for others, they have quite a number of wedding day regrets–and they’re speaking up so future brides and grooms can avoid them!
We asked real-life brides to spill their own wedding day regrets. Take note and be sure to avoid these like the plague!