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February 8, 2019

"Mamang pintor, mamang pintor" That is what I called him at the back of my mind when we were in highschool. We never talked and we only knew each other by name because we were high school batchmates and I was the batch representative. My recollection of him was that he...

February 6, 2019

So you already went to a lot of wedding fairs, researched and stalked your suppliers, decided to booked them and finally, placed a downpayment for the wedding.

What is next?

ASK FOR A CONTRACT. It is very crucial to ask ALL your suppliers whether big or small, to ha...

January 15, 2019

Weddings N Beyond's Weddings and Debut Expo was held on January 12-13, 2019 at The PICC Forum, CCP Complex, Pasay City. We were very excited because it was our first wedding fair that we attended together.

Expect nothing but pure fun and excitement... Well, that is, if...

August 8, 2018

I am not an avid fan of going to crowdy places but I did not regret going to wedding fairs.

Why? Here are my reasons:

First, I was able to get tons of ideas just by looking and inquiring with the suppliers.

Second, I was able to book all my NON-NEGOTIABLE suppliers.

Third,...

July 11, 2018

Usually, people only consider making "Do-It-Yourself" or DIYs when they want to save money.

Little do they know, couples who try to have DIYs do not only save money but help in building stronger relationships.

To be honest, I really just wanted to save money. I asked Ash...

What is "Pamamanhikan?"

   It is a Filipino tradition wherein the groom-to-be, with his family, comes to the home of the bride-to-be and formally asks her hand in marriage. Usually, the groom-to-be brings the food that is going to be shared by both families....

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