MEET THE SUPPLIERS
Wedding coordinator, Bespoke Manila (formerly Events! Events!)
“A wedding, for me, should always be consistent for it to have an impact. It should have a flow—not necessarily a theme—but something that would tie everything together. It’s about avoiding picking ideas left and right that makes the event a hodgepodge.”
Wedding photographer, Dino Lara Photography
“I’m there to capture those moments and create a story for the bride and groom. I want them to relive their wedding when they look at their pictures. That is the impact I want my pictures to have,” he says.
Wedding photographer, MetroPhoto
“There’ s a symmetry in all of my shots, I’m almost architectural in [my approach]. Even if it means moving [the couple] half an inch to their left, if you marry the symmetry and the emotion, then you get balance, you get beauty.”
Wedding couturier, Veluz
T: (+63 2) 482 5754
“My designs are always soft and romantic. Throughout the years, I have designed countless gowns, but all of them have just one thing in common—femininity,” says Veluz.
Wedding stylist and caterer, K by Cunanan Catering
T: (+63 2) 711 0940
“I wanted to offer something that others didn’t. I wanted to be able to customize. Your wedding doesn’t have to be like everyone else’s,” says Kaye.
Florist and event stylist, Flowers and Events
“For you girls, you have had an idea in your head of how you want this day to be—it’s like a fairy tale, and [we] event stylists are your fairy godmothers.”
Wedding videographer, Jason Magbanua Films
T: (+63 2) 817 1989
“I wanted my work to be viewable again and again. I wanted to make something contemporary, something that people would be excited to watch through the years,” Jason says.