Ceremony: Kawayan Cove Nasugbu
Reception: Samsara Vacation House
Photography: Bryan Venancio Photography
Gown: Claiza Bihasa
Coordination: A Magical Event by Marj Dizon
Flowers: Flowers Unlimited Tagaytay
On a wonderful sunny day, over a cliff in majestic Kawayan Cove, where the sky, the sea and land seems to converge as one, David and Eeyah took their marriage vows and became husband and wife. The Park at Meditation Point was designed to bring people closer to God. It was a perfect place to celebrate holy matrimony where man and woman becomes one with God.
In a marriage there are always three parties: the husband, the wife and God. All three are needed for a happy and stable married life like a three-legged stool. David has put it aptly that “the most important reason that a man and a woman are to marry is to bring glory to God.
”Our earnest wish is for you to have a blessed married life and that you are true to your promise to become the best version of yourselves. Congratulations, David and Eeyah!
Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
A famous news anchor was asked what would be the first thing he would buy if he wins the historic USD 1.5 Billion Powerball jackpot that was drawn a few weeks ago. He promptly answered “A watch, so that I would be reminded of winning the jackpot every time I look at my watch.”
The couple has decided to give each other timepieces as their personal wedding gifts. Debbie aptly puts it in her note that the watch is her gratitude to Paolo for “giving her time.” Giving time is as precious as giving material gifts to express one’s love. Being there for one another to go through life’s journey, to spend life together until the end of time is love in its purest form.
Congratulations, Paolo and Debbie! We hope that every time you look at your watch you will be reminded of this memorable event. Or better yet, watch your wedding video over and over again.
Nuestra Senora de Guia Church
Bay Leaf Hotel
Photo: Ruffa & Mike Photography
Infinity is a concept that denotes as anything without bounds, never ending – forever. Likewise,true love has often been associated with this concept. They say true love is forever,it keeps on giving, reciprocating those that give it by receiving it back. It is infinite.
Such is the love that Jonas and April have found in one another, a love that feeds on each other’s happiness. And that love can be seen in their eyes when they look at each other. Just look at how happy they are on their wedding day.
Congratulations, Jonas and April! Here’s to your celebration of your infinite love.
Mother Seton Parish Church
Photographer: Ryan Ortega
The saying “Nice guys finish last” is attributed to baseball Hall of Famer Leo Durocher. It is meant to imply that nice guys tend to get bested from attaining their goal. But in the case of Meyrick, being the nice guy that he is (he has an entire ballroom to attest to this fact), is one of the things that endeared him to the love of his life. Meyrick’s personality fits into Mary Grace’s own charms like a piece of a puzzle completing the big picture. In this story, the nice guy gets the good girl.
Meyrick and Mary Grace tied the knot at a day when the snow chose to blanket the world with its beauty. Take away the snow from the equation and we still have to two people perfectly in love with each other. The very fact of snow is nature’s accomplishment. But Meyrick’s and Mary Grace’s togetherness is heaven-sent.
Congratulations, Meyrick and Mary Grace!
Photo: Richie Macapinlac Photography
A lyricist once wrote a song describing “1” as the loneliest number. There are a lot of allusions to the number one – it could mean being single, being alone, or refer to an individual. But “1” also has powerful significance such as being on top, being first among many, and success in all its faces. The most endearing to “1” is “becoming one.” Perfect unions are such that one becomes a celebration of many, just like the union of Jepoy and Ianna where they became the right one for each other.
Congratulations, Jepoy & Ianna!
Photo: Dar Ramos Photography
Coordinator: Affairs of the Heart
History has accorded Darling Harbour as the geographical boundary that separates two
clans. That was true, thousands of years ago. Fast track to the present, Darling Harbour
brought our newlyweds, Genesis and Melissa, together. What used to separate people
from each other has now united hearts.
Genesis and Melissa recently tied the knot, with their first steps originating from that
famed Australia landmark. They are now making history for themselves.
Congratulations Genesis and Melissa, we wish you all the best as you embark in the new
frontier as husband and wife. Cheers!
Punta Fuego, Nasugbu Batangas
Photo: J Lucas Reyes Photography
Today’s unforgettable events are tomorrow’s beautiful memories. No matter where and how life steers us, these beautiful memories will keep us on the right path and bring us closer to the ones we love.
Collecting memories means knowing what to discard and take away. This is something that both Charlie and Elisa know how to do by heart. They planned their wedding so that every minute will end up as a fond recollection.
Congratulations Charlie and Elisa! Cheers to a great start of creating your precious memories together!
Photo: Richie Macapinlac Photography
OTD: Wedding & Motifs
phrase of one
– a person that is destined to become your soul mate;
– that special someone that will grow old with you;
– a person that is meant to be with you forever.
In matters of the heart, finding the One is equally as important as being The One. Searching and being found entails a lot of questions, a lot of actions. Suzy admittedly asked a lot but obviously, the answer is always Jayson. People who believe in fate and destiny have always been longing to find that person. Jayson and Suzy are lucky to have found “The One” in each other.
Congratulations, Jayson and Suzy