The start of our forever – our wedding suppliers
I couldn’t believe that four months from now, it’d be our second wedding anniversary. My husband and I, got married on July 18 of 2015. It was a dream come true, indeed. We are super blessed to have had the support of our parents on the second most significant day of our lives (the first was when i gave birth to our daughter, of course).
I’ve had a princess-y gown made by a very talented designer, Daniel Manila (he was a savior. He created a totally sophisticated and detailed new gown out of my initial disaster dress made in Divisoria. I’ll discuss about this on a different post). Hair and make up by Azhyl Gobe. She really did a good job. Totally love how I looked.
Photo booth by The B.O.X Photo booth – owned and operated by our dear friends and my husband’s best men. Catering by Villa Salud. Villa Salud’s wedding package includes an elaborate venue set up, bridal car (Papi, the owner of the said catering service was the one who drove it. They even upgraded it from Mazda 3 to Montero), cakes, photo gallery and a bar to name a few. The food’s definitely yummy. From appetizers, to main course to desserts.
The reception, Victoria Place Clubhouse, was not that big, though. We had to cater our guests at different function halls and at the pool area. We didn’t think that we would have 300 guests on the list – but hey, the more, the merrier.
We chose the said venue as it’s just across our church, Our Lady of Victory. It was a very solemn church with Spanish era vibe. This may be familiar for some as it’s commonly used as a setting for teleserye’s and movies – Pangako Sayo (Jericho Rosales and Kristine Hermosa-Sotto), Bridges of love (Maja Salvador and Paulo Avelino) and Doble Kara (Julia Montes and Sam Milby) to name a few.
These wedding suppliers were heaven sent.There were some hiccups before, during and after the wedding, though (not with them), but what matters the most is I got to marry my one true love in front of the altar, with the blessing of our Father Almighty.