Certain film techniques can be quite ambitious, but if executed correctly, these can be absolute show-stoppers. Of course, this also separates the wheat from the chaff— as these treatments are highly specialized, they may require a lot more in terms of coordination, editing, and manpower in general, not to mention sheer talent and ability, to successfully pull off.
They say that your wedding is the start of a brand new life for you and your husband-to-be. The celebrations, the special occasions, the social events– those are all just the beginning. For even as you put together everything you need for your dream wedding, you will be learning a lot more about each other, from the most trivial quirks to the most important details.
How you each prioritize, or manage finances, or solve problems are some of the very useful things to know during your wedding planning stage, sure. But even more, mundane stuff from preferences in food, music, or decor, and even how you entertain guests or interact with each others’ family and friends also come into play.
Brace yourself for an exciting bridal fair this July 6 to 8, 2018 at Megatrade Hall 3, SM Megamall for the 33rd Before I Do – Wedding and Debut Fair! It is the longest-running intimate bridal fair of its kind, with over 70 vendors, each with special promotional offers exclusively for soon-to-weds.
Event vendors such as Diamond with Love Jewelry Shop, Elaine Celestino-Makeup Artist, J’s Diamond Jewellery, GQ Mobile Bar, Mick Perez, Les Alajeras, Cactus & Canvas, andProject Bliss Life Stories are all eager to be of assistance in helping you plan your big day. Also featured are fellow exhibitors Manila Diamond Studio, Gemline Jewelry, Studio 1 Photography, Coco Melody, Make Up by Miss A, Nelsy Ernst. Pro Make Up, Bounce Events Ground, Robert Camba Catering Services, Print & Co., Photoman, and AMI Jewels who are all giving great discounts and freebies for on-the-spot bookings.
Tosca & Xavier’s story could very well be a plot for a romantic movie aptly entitled ‘Melbourne to Midlands’.
Imagine a young Filipina moving to a Melbourne to pursue her career. Fairly new to the city, she meets a Fil-Australian guy in a club one random night. They eventually get to know each other better and find out that they’re so different from each other. Yet despite everything, somehow, they just hit it off and love blossomed. Fast forward to 9 years after, they find themselves back to their roots, saying their ‘I do’s’ in the scenic Madre De Dios of Tagaytay Midlands.
Staying connected is important, especially to help you get through that definitive first year of marriage (aka The Paper Year). We’ve consulted Lissy Puno, a Singapore-based counselling psychologist and marriage guru to give us some tips on how to preserve or rekindle that connection with one’s spouse.
Recent close encounters with (not the third kind but with) newly married couples reminded us of two things. One: adjusting to married life is often difficult and poses a very real threat to your sanity (can we get an “Amen”?). And two: it’s been months since we promised a follow-up to this article on the challenges newlyweds face. For both, we are truly sorry. But don’t stay mad at us for too long! We’ll try to make it up to you by sharing these tips for staying connected with your spouse as relayed to us by Singapore-based counselling psychologist Lissy Puno.
There’s no doubt about it: Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding was an affair to remember. If you’ve got the fiancee, we’ve got the hacks to help you recreate their royal affair for your own wedding. Read on!
When Prince William got married to Kate Middleton in 2011, the internet went rabid with posters that said, “Keep Calm. Harry’s Still Single.” We were definitely not calm as we watched the live telecast of Harry and Meghan’s wedding last night. In fact, our collective hearts were completely aflutter at the sight of our beloved prince finally getting married—to a woman who dared to give love another try. Sigh. Happy ever afters do exist. Tiwala lang!
“I want to spend the rest of my life with this woman”
These were the words that were running through Benjie’s mind when he finally decided he is ready to pop the question. Criselda was taken by surprise when Benjie brought her to a place that had a special significance to them. It was one of the very first few places they went to for their dates which has now become the backdrop for their memorable Sofitel marriage proposal.
“I wasn’t expecting the proposal that night. I actually thought that he just forgot to buy me a Christmas present and decided to take me out to dinner instead.”
Benjie and Criselda were high school mates and college course mates but Criselda was one batch lower. They have worked together as part of an art committee during college but their friendship never grew from there. It was only when they got reintroduced to each other that they were able to reconnect, get to know each other and got closer. After a year, they officially became a couple.