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!
Engagement Sessions are one of the most fun, exciting, tiring and sometimes stressful things couples will experience in their lives.
When we featured Emman & Myla’s Bedazzling Bolinao engagement session a while back, it seems the couple gained a lot of from that experience as they had a lot to say in terms of the tips they have for others planning for their own prenup session. This is also why we have this separate post just to share their insights. Hope you enjoy and find their rundown useful too!
Wedding fairs are such a big help for soon-to-weds as they go about preparing details and hunting for suppliers.
What could be better than having a variety of wedding suppliers all under one roof?
While this is just amazing, it can be quite overwhelming too, believe me. Imagine going to a place where there are at least a hundred wedding suppliers to check out. But then, despite the fact that wedding fairs normally last 2-3 days, it’s likely that a couple would get to attend only a day of the fair due to busy schedules. Combing through hundreds of suppliers in one day with the self-imposed pressure of finding the perfect ones is not necessarily a walk in the park.
Artistic style with the use of exaggerated motion, yet with clear details, to produce tension, drama, grandeur and exuberance aptly describes what Joe San Antonio’s latest Bridal Collection is about.
For most brides, one’s wedding day is that dream event where she can get to wear her dream gown and unapologetically be the center of attention. It’s a chance to be as simple or as dramatic as you want with your look on your special day. For those who want to go a bit bold & dramatic yet sweet & romantic, there’s no need to look any further. Here’s a bridal collection from a very talented wedding couturier who not only creates beautiful gowns but is also known to easily make her clients feel at ease and surprise them with her customized designs.
So you have your wedding ceremony & reception venue set, but have you thought about where you’ll be having your wedding preps done for your big day?
Your preps venue is the environment that will set you up on your big day. It’s a place where you must feel relaxed. And it’s where you can have your emotions & preparations a few hours before you say ‘I do’ captured & documented. It’s an essential element to this special milestone in your life as you experience and cherish it on the day itself and when you look back on it through memories & photos.
Pokemon Go is the hottest craze right now around the world.
After a few hours of the release of Pokemon Go, social media went haywire and all you see from your Facebook newsfeed is about kids and adults playing this crazy game. We, too, installed the app and saw how easy it was to play the game and how everything looked so real because of Augmented Reality technology.
To some, getting a professional wedding planner for their big day might be a no-brainer.
It’s already at the top of their list to make sure everything goes smoothly during their special day. To those, however, who are still weighing the pros & cons of spending for a professional wedding planner as opposed to arranging things on their own with the help of friends & relatives, this might help you decide.