Om Suastiastu! (pronounced as ohm-su-was-ti-as-tu) Known as the "Island of the Gods", Bali is a small, volcanic, tropical paradise located in the Indonesian peninsula which is famous for its scenic rice terraces, fragrant cuisine, beautiful beaches and unique mix of Hindu culture and tradition. It is also quite popular as a honeymoon destination for newly … Continue reading 4D/3N Bali, Indonesia
Weddings only happen once in a lifetime, but of course only except if the person decided to re-marry again for some reason. But, it has to be noted that it is still one of the most important, life-changing events that couples really plan and save up for that usually take months, if not, even for … Continue reading How to be an ideal Wedding Guest
For Church weddings in the Philippines, lots of restrictions have been put in place to ensure the solemnity of the wedding vows. Although rules differ between Churches even if some are under one Diocese or Sect, their restrictions would still vary depending on its current administration. Below are some of the most common questions about … Continue reading Filipino Wedding Church Restrictions
Credit: Myio Okamoto Photography How much do we need to spend for engagement and wedding rings? Should the rings be expensive and have diamonds? Actually, there is no specific answer for this since we have different preferences, style and budget allotted for the wedding. Some people have the capacity to splurge on expensive things, while … Continue reading How much to spend on Engagement and Wedding Rings?
Scams are everywhere and it can happen to anyone. Even if you feel you're smart enough not be be scammed by anybody else especially suppliers for your event, unfortunately that's not true. Everybody is prone to being scammed. That's the sad reality - the hard truth. So, what can you do to ensure that you're … Continue reading Wedding Supplier Red Flags
In the Philippines, it's common tradition that the couple would shoulder some, if not all, of the expenses of their wedding entourage including their attires. This would of course include both sides of the inner family circle (parents, siblings, nephews and nieces), Maid of Honor, Best Man, Secondary Sponsors, Bridesmaids, Groomsmen, Flower girls, Bearers and … Continue reading Wedding Entourage Attire Dilemma: To Pay or Not to Pay?
Among the things that we decided not to scrimp was our Wedding, Photographer. And since we are into photography ourselves, it was actually one of the most tedious and difficult decisions that we have to do. It even came to a point that we had sleepless nights wondering if we made the right decision because … Continue reading Wedding Supplier Review: MYIO OKAMOTO Photography
Weddings will never be weddings without music. Music is present everywhere even through the Prenup videos, AVPs and wedding SDEs that would be played during reception includes music that's either the videographer's choice or the couple's. Music is considered part of the program proper, from the ceremony till reception so planning out the perfect playlist … Continue reading Wedding Music Planner
Dealing with your RSVPs can be a headache unless you plan it out perfectly because realistically it's not common in Filipino traditions. What's worse is how to properly deal with them and explain to every single person included in your guest lists that they are important. Unfortunately, even if you pay extra fees for RSVP … Continue reading How to deal with RSVPs and Guest Lists?
สวัสดี! Sawasdee! (pronounced as sah-wah-dee) Transportation Among the cities in the Indochina region, Bangkok is considered the busiest one with two International Airports: Suvarnabhumi (BKK) Airport and Don Mueang (DMK) International Airport. Between the two, BKK is the main airport that is 25 KM closest to the city area that is used by the majority of … Continue reading 4D/3N Bangkok, Thailand