The wait is finally over for Max and Cristal. Watch that fateful moment take place in this tropical island wedding at Dos Palmas, bookended by lots of carefree partying.
If you’ve ever been to Metropolitan Manila, chances are you know what waiting is like and are getting tired of it pretty fast. There’s the spiraling line to board the MRT, the carmaggedon on EDSA and just about every other avenue in the city, even months-long waiting just to renew your passport. But waiting can be a good thing too–especially when it’s for something truly worth it, something you’ve prayed long and hard for. Some people believe that that moment when you’re about to quit is the time to keep going, the turning point before all things work out for good. That’s pretty much true for Max and Cristal too, who, after overcoming their disbelief, finally tied the knot at their tropical island wedding.
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!