Meg and Jun Wedding

I enjoyed shooting this wedding. Let’s simply put it at that 😀

I like to silently observe the little quirks of my dear couples. Meg & Jun made me easily infatuated with how they flirt with each other. That my friends is the way to be through out the marriage 🙂 Always fancy each other!!

More than that, it’s how true and real they are to all 🙂 The speeches their friends and family delivered we’re hilariously entertaining, that I feel I got to know them a little more. No holds barred haha

Meg, Jun and Manubear! May you make many more beautiful moments together! Thank you for making me a part of your wedding. Im blessed to have witnessed such a happy wedding! Big hug to you three!

Enjoy the photos!!

Videography: Notion in Motion | Gown: Rosa Clara |Entourage Gowns: White Label | Bridal Mothers’ Gowns: Roma and Paul | Coordinator: Teena Barretto | Love Story Video: After Hours Project Bridal | Flowers and Styling: Teddy Manuel | Food, Cake and Bar: Bizu | Coffee: Toby’s Estate Coffee | Giant Jenga, Miniature Golf: Fifth House | Caricatures: Speed Caricaturist | Photobooth: Flipbooks | Tent, Lights and Sounds: BeatboxPro  | Hosts: Gino Quillamor, Addison Falcon | Hair and Make Up: Ria Aquino |  Suits: Nomer’s Tailor Church | Music: Miggy Abeleda |Reception Music: The Bloomfields, DJ Javi Vargas, DJ Xavi Panlilio | Invitations: Amber Manuguid, Print & Co.  | Rings: Yasmin Crisostomo | Bridal Car: Royal Carriages | Church: Chapel on the Hill | Reception: Hacienda Isabella



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We’re pretty sure you all have been dying to see the photos of singer Kitchie Nadal and Spanish journalist Carlos Lopez’ wedding. And thanks to MangoRed, we finally get a glimpse of this intimate and wildly romantic wedding! From doing her own makeup, donning an understated ready-to-wear beauty, to having less than 20 guests, it’s definitely a wedding we’ll forever remember!

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I don’t have to say much about this wedding, since I am sure most of you will be diving into the pictures right away. Soft, romantic and daintily dusted with details, Marco and Lara’s wedding is probably making you swoon like crazy, right? A country rustic French style comes to mind as I stare at these amazing photos by MangoRed. Beautiful and blissful? Definitely.

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Take a trip to where the days are dreamy and the nights, dazzling. Hacienda Isabella is the perfect countryside sanctuary for solace-seekers and hopeless romantics alike.

Hacienda Isabella is a private resort located in Carasuchi, Cavite, just a little off Tagaytay City. This exquisite property was built and designed by the well-known and much-loved pop and jazz singer, actress, model and fashion designer — Kuh Ledesma.

Her distinctive taste and style is evident in every square feet of the property, making it an attractive, scenic venue for intimate gatherings, dream weddings, power team-building events, exciting events and more.

The property houses 19 villas nestled within the romantic ambiance of Cavite, proving to be the ideal setting for intimate gatherings or getaways.

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So to cap off the month of March, we headed down Indang, Cavite to explore some hidden falls or lakes.   My uncle used to bring us to Indang when we were kids.  From time to time his then wife would bring us to the river to cool off and watch the neighboring ladies wash their clothes.  Also, far as I know, it is where he was able to amass a couple of real properties and some lands rich in trees for use as lumbers.   I remember him visiting us from Indang bringing with him sacks of santol and coconut.

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