Garden Filipinia theme by Happily Ever After Events and Creatives (our weddings and events company) and Donald Cayasa Designs and Landscapes. Photo by Richie Rich Photography by Richie Reynan Tan

Garden Filipinia theme by Happily Ever After Events and Creatives (our weddings and events company) and Donald Cayasa Designs and Landscapes. Photo by Richie Rich Photography by Richie Reynan Tan

Beach - Garden Theme! (In Purple and Green)

Tablescpe courtesy of Donald Cayasa Designs and Landscapes

Beach - Garden Theme! (In Purple and Green)

Tablescpe courtesy of Donald Cayasa Designs and Landscapes

Lots and lots and lots of petals! If only it wasn’t windy here or rainy. It’d be nice to organize a wedding like this.

Lots and lots and lots of petals! If only it wasn’t windy here or rainy. It’d be nice to organize a wedding like this.

(Source: theweddinglover, via allweddingsarebeautiful)

Will be creating signs like these, this week. Our’s will read: “This way to HAPPILY EVER AFTER.” It’s double purpose because our team is named HAPPILY EVER AFTER and weddings are supposed to have happily ever afters right? This will be a nice touch for beach themed and garden themed weddings, or for wherever your whimsical mind takes you. Extremely bored with hotel signs that seem to be the trend here in our city.

Will be creating signs like these, this week. Our’s will read: “This way to HAPPILY EVER AFTER.” It’s double purpose because our team is named HAPPILY EVER AFTER and weddings are supposed to have happily ever afters right? This will be a nice touch for beach themed and garden themed weddings, or for wherever your whimsical mind takes you. Extremely bored with hotel signs that seem to be the trend here in our city.

(via styledandwed)

Awesome! Might do something similar someday.

Awesome! Might do something similar someday.

(Source: tobymono)

Native Filipino Themed Wedding

The bride wanted a Native Filipino theme for her wedding and wanted it real simple and elegant. This is how we executed it. All photos © Richie Reynan Tan Photography. Reynan and his team have been our partners ever since we started this year; and Reynan himself has been a constant source of encouragement, enthusiasm and inspiration. 

Tablescapes courtesy of Donald Cayasa Designs.

Tablescape 

Details and more details — we like to customize things to make it a little more personal. 

The arrhae inside a a basket sculpted from rocks that came from the Mayon Volcano. How native can you get?

Candles with ribbons and gold charms. 

The TEAM. Here we are with the bride and groom. The groom’s an American but was patient enough with all the Filipino wedding traditions he had to understand.

Rustic Garden Wedding

I just want to share the photos of the last wedding we organized. This was really special because the bride and the groom were my high school classmates. It was also extra-special because our High School class of 2002 were part of the entourage and so organizing the processional and recessional lines as well as the program was a lot of fun. The bride and groom wanted a simple elegant theme with a rustic garden feel. I was especially happy at how the ceiling work turned out. The hotel’s chandelier was boring so we needed to do something about it. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.. Hehe!

All photos are © JP Seronay Photography.

The ceiling works courtesy of Donald Cayasa designs.

The ceiling works courtesy of Donald Cayasa Designs. He had to do spiderman acrobatic stunts to pull this off.

A look at the venue...

The venue at the Emerald Hall of  Hotel Tavern, Surigao City.

Tablescape

The lovely tablescape.

Recessional!

The recessional. 

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