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Congratulations, Dr. Ging and Dr. Sonny!
What the bride wears on her special day certainly speaks volumes of her personality. For Dr. Geraldine Zamora, she's chosen to highlight her life's vocation in her own wedding. Dr. Ging, as everyone around her fondly calls her, recently got hitched to
"Doon ka sa taong papakasalan ka kahit tokneneng at isaw lang ang handa."
Forget grand ballrooms and fancy champagne! If there’s anything we’ve learned from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that true love can be celebrated anytime and anywhere. Nothing proves this more than Arjanmar Rebeta and Khaye Medina’s recently concluded wedding. Photos of the pair’s
We're in awe!
While it may seem like grand gestures are next to impossible at the moment due to the current crisis, Justin Cheng—with the help of events stylist Kyno Kho— still found a way to give his now-fiancée Katrina Sia an engagement proposal straight out
Here's what what couples need to know.
As the world adjusts to the new normal, the wedding industry in particular has completely shifted to smaller scale celebrations for the time being. Meaning, intimate micro-weddings are all the rage, and might just continue to thrive for the foreseeable future. With
Clementine Catering Co. tells us how they mount beautiful and safe micro weddings.
Weddings are among the many life events that have been greatly affected by the pandemic. Some couples have chosen to postpone to a later date, while others have found ways to continue with their nuptials albeit in a more intimate setting that
It's perfectly okay, and here's how you can do it for your own wedding too.
There’s always been a negative connotation with the idea of a couple eloping together. Prying ears tend to jump the gun, assuming an unhealthy situation or environment for the involved pair even if, more often than not, this simply isn’t the case
Because why not?!
Manuel and Gale Luna’s love story is anything but ordinary. The pair first got together in college, eventually separated, but reunited five years later. Their engagement was a spectacle, to say the least, and it started out with a huge misunderstanding, too—at
It's a beautiful and delicate tradition.
More often than not, weddings are always acquainted with the Western tradition of ivory gowns and long walks down the aisle. It’s the image most young girls dream of, no matter their place in the world. That said, it’s obviously not the
Here's how they pulled it off despite quarantine restrictions.
If anything remotely positive has come out from the current global pandemic, it’s that humanity has continuously proven that love, no matter the obstacle, will always find a way to overcome. From groups fostering the spirit of bayanihan in order to lend
Could this be the "new normal" for the wedding industry?
With the world plunged in a global pandemic and everyone forced indoors, it seemed wedding celebrations were out of the question for the time being. In fact, the CBCP earlier announced that groomsmen and bridesmaids are no longer necessary for weddings this
They put off their honeymoon in favor of serving in the frontlines.
With a seemingly endless battle awaiting them outside, two doctors took a much needed day off to say "I do." Dianne Ruedas and Paolo Bueno, an obstetrics-gynecology resident and a pediatric resident, respectively, who are both aiding in the frontlines, recently tied
They decided to "always choose love in any circumstance."
Vianka Amurao and Coby Sarreal are both free-spirited, spontaneous, and adventurous, so it seemed ironic that the couple’s greatest adventure yet would be forced to start indoors. Nevertheless, despite the COVID-19 pandemic putting a hamper on their supposed Sagada wedding this November, the two didn’t
They are now married in spirit, and for now, that's more than enough.
The first quarter of 2020 hasn’t taken kindly to the wedding industry. From the Taal Volcano eruption last January to the COVID-19 pandemic forcing a global lockdown in the present, hundreds of couples have been unable to say “I do.” It seems the
All seven of them walked down the aisle!
It’s no secret that man’s best friend will stay faithful to you through thick and thin. They’ll be there for every moment and milestone you let them share with you. That said, couple and certified dog trainers Francis Cleofas and Irene Lorenzo,
A bright idea!
It's tradition for bridesmaids to wear a gown that was chosen by the bride. Regardless if it's a frilly frock rendered in a color they'd probably never don again in this lifetime, such grievances don't matter when it's your BFF's big day.
She got down on one knee and asked her husband to marry her again!
If you could get married to your husband for the second time around, how would you want to do it? For this mom and CEO, her second wedding (and proposal) was a beautiful display of modern day PDA. For their 10th wedding
Take inspiration from their sustainable nuptials.
As a spectacular ephemeral event, it’s a well-known fact that most weddings cost a fortune to mount. Newlyweds Airene Cabatania and Jonathan Iwayan Jr., however, were more concerned about their celebration’s impact on the environment than anything else. “’Refuse what you don’t
When it comes to a wedding, there are often a few non-negotiables a bride (or groom) has to have on their special day. While that list would most likely include getting to say their personal vows or having a family member or
Her success story might just convince you to do the same!
When it comes to celebrating life's greatest milestones, people often think that spending exorbitant amounts of money is the best way to do it. If it's so important, it must be worth dropping a serious amount of dough, right? Well, this Filipina
They still managed to push through with their wedding plans even after their suppliers had to cancel on them.
As disaster hit the country Sunday night, so did the wedding plans of Patrick Feliciano and Maricar Gertes. While a few couples were lucky enough to have been able to still exchange vows decked in their ivory gowns and sharp suits during Taal