I also do VO jobs.
Victor and Sharie placed their bet for my hosting services at the famous w@w auction — a yearly activity conducted in support of w@w’s Christmas celebration. Guess what? Sharie won!!! And I am always more than happy to serve as host for the winners of the w@w auction.
The couple came all the way from the Japan where they worked for quite sometime already. They met there, had their beautiful pre-nup photos taken there and flew all they way from Japan to be blessed at Calaruega as husband and wife.
One interesting bit: indeed, it’s a small world after all! Sharie and I both know Bryan Macabales. Sharie’s from Pisay and so is Brymac. Brymac was Sharie’s CAT instructor. Brymac is my sinta. (ba’t may kilig factor?!)
Totally Mesmerized (Chamber Choir/ Acoustic Group)
Sharie has a sweet voice – a nice singing voice and it was proven by her special rendition of “At the Beginning” at the end of the program. 🙂 (at the beginning at the end!? un-huh 🙂 LOL) Totally Mesmerized accompanied Sharie beautifully.
Daniel Lei Studio
It was my first time to work with Daniel Lei and I had this impression that he and his wife and team were suplados. Hindi naman pala… I think they were just focused on their tasks. Here is the result of their focus and dedication to the project — Sharie & Victor — Smack into Love.
Summit Ridge Hotel Tagaytay
It was my first time to host an event at Summit Ridge Hotel. Personnel were very courteous and helpful from the account manager to the waiters, maintenance people and security guards. An easy-to-find venue for those who want a hotel set-up for their Tagaytay wedding. Click here for more info about Summit Ridge Tagaytay.
anu’ng masasabi ko? kay babait nitong mga taong ito. kay pogi ng anak! they’re so humble and so nice to work with. bait din ng ninong at ninang at ng kapatid nung nagpaturo ako ng konting German. matagal na sila sa Vienna, pero mas dama ko ang pagiging taga-probinsiya nila…magagalang, mapagkumbaba, may magagandang asal. kahit nasa malayong lupain sila sa Europa, nananatili silang Filipino sa tunay na diwa nito. saya ng araw na ito!!!
i started 2010 with a bang! this photo tells just a bit of of how fun fun fun and touching were the moments at Pong and Mitch’s wedding party at The Glass Garden in Pasig.
pong and mitch were yosimates way back in college and after more than a decade of being together, they finally said yes, made a solemn vow to be yosimates and husband and wife together, for as long as they both shall live.
smokin’ hot to me!!! 🙂
i really enjoyed hosting this event because of a very efficient and wonderful events management team — Touch of Magic Events TeaM. team lead is dionne. she is one active member of the circles – then as a w@wie and now as a n@wie. she even wrote this article:
Top 10 Signs that You are a W@W Addict
by Dionne Marga M. Morales, a W@Wie
10. You start reading an average of 50 emails a day… or at least try to.
9. You start referring to yourself as a W@Wie.
8. You take your wedding preparations seriously and try to devote 70% of your life to it.
7. You know http://www.WeddingsAtWork.com like a back of your hand.
6. You start recommending the website and the W@W eGroup to your soon-to-be married friends.
5. You know what MIL, H2B, DIY, TMU, OTD means.
ed’s note: want to know their meanings too? highlight here —-> ed’s note: want to know their meanings too? highlight here —-> MIL (mother-in-law), H2B (husband-to-be), DIY (do-it-yourself), TMU (trial make-up), OTD (on-the-day; as in, on-the-day coordination)in-law), H2B (husband-to-be), DIY (do-it-yourself), TMU (trial make-up), OTD (on-the-day; as in, on-the-day coordination)
4. You unconsciously sign your e-mails to your non-W@Wie friends with your name, fiancé’s name, date of wedding, ceremony and reception venues.
3. Finishing your suppliers’ rating is a dream… other than the wedding, of course.
2. You are now maintaining a blog.
1. Benz is not just a car to you.
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About the Author: Dionne est une W@Wie et elle est fiançée pour être marié Joven en Juin 2006. Toujours les découvertes ménagent dans tout. Les amours pour rire mais sentent même si riant mieux avec quelqu’un. Vraiment pourrait être sinistre si la situation l’appelle. Extrêmement inflammable.
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other members of the TM Events are all professionals working at the Foreign Service Institute of the Department of Foreign Affairs. i really look forward in hosting more events with TM. hope a lot of people will consider TM as event managers of their special day. as TM’s FB account says:
We are a TeaM! We are event coordinators (Dionne, Dulce, Dhang, Irish, Mau and Ricky) who are enthusiastic, reliable and highly organized… ready to make your dreams come true! 🙂
i can almost hear America’s song in my head…” You can do magic!!! You can do anything that you desire!! Magic…” “:-)
TM Events can really do anything that you desire (given ample time to plan and the right budget!? ahihihi) Please feel free to contact us!
“from Michelle D. Cenina: I was one lucky bride to have Dulce and Dione’s team to organize my wedding and the dinner party! My guests and relatives were all very happy of the outcome, they kept on saying how well Dulce handled the program/activities, me and my hubby naman can attest that Dulce’s Coord team is the best! You can feel they enjoy what they do, tapos na ang evening party eh to the highest level pa din energy nila, that is because they do it from their hearts, and lastly stress free and wedding ko because of them! Getting them is one of the best decisions I’ve made! Thanks guys! (January 7 at 7:14pm )”
true love —- sacrifice. going the extra mile — even thousands of miles that is. leaving your job to be with the one you love. enduring the looooong distance. relying on skype. being of service to your soon-to-be-mother-in-law ng sariling kusa. keeping the faith. being there when it counts the most. having the “gratitude attitude”.
uhmmm, some thoughts about a career in the Foreign Service …
may be ala-showbiz for the endless receptions and cocktails and for being a “display profession” at that (i.e. must really be good inside-out, presentable — looks, speech, demeanor — worthy of representing the Filipino people and the Philippines at all times and cost!).
can also be mala-007 for intel gathering in these endless social functions, meetings and international conferences.
maybe no one would contest that it can also be described as ala-missionaries of charity, as people in the Foreign Service serve to promote the Philippine national interest and care for the Filipinos around the world through the various Philippine foreign posts.
so in this kind of job, or more of vocation as some would call it, it REALLY such a blessing to have someone with you out there in the mission fields, to have someone who will be kaagapay sa paglalakbay – in this very arduous yet a very fulfilling journey of a life in the foreign service.
all the best to marlon and lenna — have a great journey ahead (“,)
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For the photo: thank God for ex-FSO cadet Edna Barleta for being there and taking these shots! she looks gorgeous as ever, after leaving the DFA (is that the reason why she blooms!? kidding!) to take care of their family business. it’s always good to see familiar faces in receptions — they provide the “kind eye” which i usually need to feel comfortable with the crowd. (emcees need kind eyes too — yes we do! makes things easier and more enjoyable!). it was a delight to see Amba JoDel too, though at first he wasn’t able to recognize me. “Sir, Dulce, FSI po!” that did it!
special thanks to sir raymond, sounds technician of The Manila Pen for the assistance. very kind and efficient.
Events by M & G coordinated the wedding. thanks to Junlyn and her team. more power 🙂
bait talaga ng mga technicians ng Pose N’ Print 🙂
pinoys love kodakan.
talaga namang hit ang photo booth kahit saan.
uso na. enjoy pa.
feeling red-carpet-themed souvenir hane!?
this one’s by pose n’ print at shieg and chelle’s at fernbrook alabang, 29 dec 08.
it’s just my second time to pose in front of such an amazing machine.=)
pose n’ print had a border of shieg and chelle on the left portion of the final printed photo.
to add to having a take-home photo as a souvenir, it’s great that one can see all the guests’ photos in a gallery, over and over again — free for downloading too!!!
the first time i experienced a photo booth was with bai capture at raymond and SG’s at bellevue, 23 dec 08.
but can’t seem to find their file in the gallery…hmm…
theirs had no border and that makes the pictures a bit bigger…
still, kodakan na walang patid, i believe, gives much joy to the guests!