Sunday, January 23, 2011

Wedding Photos

Okay, before I begin blogging about other places and people, I will first take advantage and post a few of my wedding photos here in my little cyber space of anything home and happy. :D

Darwin and I have been married one month and eight days, and until today I talk about the wedding (much to our friends' annoyance heehee :p).

So anyway, I finally got hold of the raw photos from Mangored, our photographers. What started as 4,000 pictures, got narrowed down to two hundred and fifty for editing. I sat down for three days to sort through them! First I went down to 750, then the most agonizing part of trimming it to 250 came yesterday while I was getting my hair cut.

For those of you who've asked me about our wedding suppliers, here is ze list! :) I couldn't be happier with the people I chose--they all work swell!!!! :)

Photographs Mangored
Video Threelogy
Bridal Gown Patrice Ramos Diaz and Rajo Laurel
Groom's tux Paul Cabral
Maid of Honor, Bridesmaids and Flowergirls Martin Bautista
Page Boys JC Buendia

Makeup Robbie Pinera
Hair Raymond Santiago
Entourage Hair and Makeup Lourd Ramos
Principal Sponsor Hair and Makeup Patrick Alcober

Church Baguio Cathedral
Reception the Verandah and the Golf Club at Camp John Hay
Caterer Le Chef
Cake Penk Ching
Music Manila Philharmonic Orchestra
Event Styling Teddy Manuel
Event Cordinator Rita Neri


  1. Hi Andrea!Can I ask if the veranda and the golf club is a great place for a wedding reception?because my fiance and I are planning to have our wedding at garden of manor but they are suggesting the 19th tee for the reception because they don't allow evening reception at the garden.but the 19th tee looks dark and old based from the photos i've seen.I hope you could help me.thank you!-Maan

  2. Hi Maan! :) We also previously asked to have our reception at the MAnor's garden, but because the garden's right by the rooms, the noise might not be good for the other hotel guests. MAnor also offered us the 19th tee... the place is not dark at all. It's actually very nice and also has an outdoor area. We only chose the golf club's verandah because we were going to have more guests. If you are having 150-200 max, then the 19th tee is perfect! :) I actually liked it. You just need to get a GREAT event stylist to "Dress up" the venue a little. But it isn't as dark as you think. I suggest though going to Baguio and doing an ocular so you can make a strong decision. :)