In the latest issue of Wedding Essentials: Love Revolution, we collaborated with four wedding planners-turned-fairy godmother to make the dream (wedding theme) of four brides come true.
We asked our four brides to write a letter to their chosen coordinator describing their dream wedding setup.
The challenge in making your dream wedding a reality is… well… let’s just say we have a lot of dreams alright? So our ideas sometimes end up in a clutter.
But our four fairy godmothers-slash-wedding coordinators rose up to the challenge in picking the best part of each of our bride’s dream and turning THAT into a reality.
Teena Barretto on her team’s creativity:
“Being in the industry for more than a decade, I have formed dynamic synergies with people who are always willing to raise the bar with me, people who are not afraid to take a chance and breathe life to my many ‘crazy’ ideas.”
Credits: Event Styling by Gideon Hermosa, Lights by Sensitivity Lights and Sounds, Cake by The Cuppy Puppy Bakehouse, Catering by Bizu Catering Studio, Stationery by Ink Scribbler, Shot on location at The Blue Leaf Pavilion.
Ernest Pascual on the secret to a successful event:
“Communication is the key. The client and coordinator should be able to voice out what they think to bring out the best from both. Thus, resulting in a beautiful event.”
Credits: Event Styling by Eve and Co. , Lights b Sensitivity Lights and Sounds, Cake by Lovely Jiao of Sugarplum Pastries, Cake by K By Cunanan, Acrylic Elements by High Caliber Trading, Shot on location at The Blue Leaf Events Pavilion.
Chinkie Agregado on knowing what’s important for clients:
“For me to be able to know what’s important to them, I should have a relationship with them. Sometimes this extends beyond the couple—I get to know their family and closest friends.It’s what makes my job fulfilling.”
Credits: Event Styling by Moss Manila Design House, Lights by Forsc Ink, Cake by Joy San Gabriel, Catering by Passion Cooks, Stationery by Ink Scribbler, Shot on location at The Blue Leaf Events Pavilion.
Christine Ong Te
Christine Ong Te on the importance of gaining client’s trust:
“The Dream Theme team would not be possible if the client will not give her trust fully to the supplier’s capabilities and sheer talent. These suppliers are artist in their own sense, and giving them the room and opportunity to showcase their art is an accomplishment for the supplier, the coordinator, and the client.”
Credits: Event Styling by Nikki Chatto, Lights by High Impact, Cake by Mannix Peña, Catering by Josiah’s Catering, Stationery by Print Divas, Shot on location at The Blue Leaf Events Pavilion.