Weddings will never be weddings without music. Music is present everywherr 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 cermony till reception so planning out the perfect playlist for the wedding is essential to ensure that the event will be more magical!
Below are the things that you need to consider when creating your own Wedding Music Planner.
Every girl deserves to look perfect on her wedding day and I felt that I’m no exception of course. With our long list of shortlisted HMUA that can be found HERE, we felt that choosing Toni Aviles was the best decision we did! Below is our supplier detail review for our wedding HMUA — TONI AVILES
After sorting through our list of wedding band and strings, we have finally chosen who gets to play for both our ceremony and reception. This team is highly recommended by our OTD Coordinator and luckily, is the perfect tandem for our chosen Lights and Sounds Supplier. Below is our wedding supplier review for our Music/Strings — MADZ & DZHEI BAND
Mode of Communication:Email, FB Chat
Contact Person:Ms Madz Alcoy
UPDATE: You can check their sample video below. =)
I have always dreamed of being a princess and wearing a very beautiful gown on my wedding day. But finding the best and yet affordable couturier that fits our budget who can make what I envision into reality is really tricky. Luckily, I found her. Below is our supplier review for my chosen bridal couture — MEL ORLINA
Mode of Communication: Email, Call (if necessary)
Contact Person:Ms. Mel, Ms. Michel (staff), Ms. Kristine (staff)
We were always fascinated with glamorous art installations, floral decors etc that we see on weddings that’s why we decided to push through in booking a separate Event Stylist for our wedding and that’s GARY DACANAY. Below is our supplier review for him and his team.
Supplier Rating:3.25/5 (Event Styling) and 5/5 (Bridal Bouquet/Groom’s Boutonniere)
If you’re currently scouting for your dream wedding church and don’t know what to ask during your appointment, you can use this list as your guide to help you in your wedidng preps journey. The list is applicable for Catholic weddings since this is based from our own experience, though some information found below can also be useful for Christian weddings. But before you ask your church, be sure you have these information at hand.
As we have emphasized before, food is actually one of the most important details of any wedding reception, since honestly, this is one of the top things that guests (everyone to be exact) will remember most on any wedding or event for that matter. Below is our supplier review for our chosen caterer – JOSIAH’S CATERING
Mode of Communication: Email, Landline (if needed)
Contact Person:Ms. Lady Leynes (Sales), Ms. Jolie Alacar (ES)
After we have chosen our dream church, we then decided to scout for our reception venue with all the requirements on our checklist. Below is our supplier review for our chosen venue — LA CASTELLANA in Intramuros Manila.
We have emphasized before from our previous posts that Wedding Invitations can be a great gauge for your guests to know what to expect from your wedding in general. So we decided to give importance to our invitation by getting the best possible yet affordable wedding invitations supplier and by chance, we found — NEONOVELTIES.
Mode of Communication: Viber, Email
Contact Person:Ms Leslie Corro-Famaranglas
People think that wedding invitations are just a set of paper and a minor detail during the wedding preparation. But, this set of paper is as important as the others since this contains all your necessary wedding details that not only gives accurate information about your event’s date, time, location, list of entourage etc but couples should realize that a great wedding invitation gives a good (and important) impression for all the guests about what to expect on the day itself. Here, the key term to remember is “good impression.”