Leaving you with Richard & Kristhia’s story as we head to another epic adventure in Hong Kong with Photographer extraordinaire, Paul Vincent Photography, to capture another epic love story.
Tagaytay Highlands
Tagaytay Midlands
Epic Events Coordination by Lois De Leon-De Gracia

Average Rating: 4.8 out of 5 based on 172 user reviews.

“This journey where love begins and never ends.” -Jed (groom)
Jed + Ariane
Photo: Whay Lingat
bouquet/Church Styling: Beng Latosquin Lingat
Coordination: Ryan Uy
HMUA: Mikee Garcia
Gown: Glen Canlas
Preparation: Clearwater Country Club
Venue/Church: Grand Palazzo Royale

Average Rating: 4.6 out of 5 based on 229 user reviews.

Coordinator: Event Events by Ninette Ilagan Gacutan
HMUA: Mariah Camaya Santos
Photo: Joel H. Garcia – Photography
Flowers: Cherry Jane

Average Rating: 4.7 out of 5 based on 226 user reviews.

“I promise to always laugh with you during good times and to comfort you during sorrows, including Golden State Warriors losses.” This really left a mark in my heart. How cool is the bride’s vow huh?
My flight plan for the past 2 weeks wasn’t so friendly. Manila-Hong Kong-Manila-Dubai-Manila-San Fransico-Manila. My “jetlag” is so confused that it didn’t know when to hit me. Now I’m traveling to Baguio with my team for a weekday wedding. While in transit, let me share with you Marge & Marc’s wedding in an epic venue in a winery somewhere in the Bay Area.

Average Rating: 4.9 out of 5 based on 168 user reviews.

Photography: Paul Vincent
HMUA: Mary Ann V. Obias
HMUA Entourage: Katrina Guzon
The Lighthouse Marina Resort, Subic Bay Freeport Zone (wedding)
Gowns: Mel Orlina Couture
Entourage: Thea Mate Nuestro
Invitation: Invitation Designs By Kenneth Uy
Event Styling and Coordination: Details & Blooms

Average Rating: 4.9 out of 5 based on 235 user reviews.

Full of fun, love and emotions. I just love this couple. Looking forward to catching up with them soon.
Caleruega, Tagytay
Two Gardens, Tagaytay

Average Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 254 user reviews.

Jeff and Nadine (SDE) from Chug Cadiogan on Vimeo.

St. Joseph Cathedral, Baguio City
19th T Forest Lodge

Average Rating: 4.8 out of 5 based on 251 user reviews.

Anj & Aleli (SDE) by Reel Deal Video from Chug Cadiogan on Vimeo.

Club Balai Isabel, Batangas, Philippines
We are flawed but in the eyes of our significant other, we are perfect.

Average Rating: 4.8 out of 5 based on 193 user reviews.

I am honoured to be somehow the “official” or maybe the “favoured” wedding videographer of the soon-to-weds from Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas. Here’s an SDE of one of the couples from BSP who is a hard-core daddy’s girl and one badass dancer.
Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar – Bagac, Bataan
Photo: Paolo Feliciano Photography
Coordinator/Host: A Magical Event by Marj Dizon

Marvin & Katrina (SDE) from Chug Cadiogan on Vimeo.

Average Rating: 4.7 out of 5 based on 234 user reviews.

My regular visit to Europe, specifically Oslo, Norway makes me love the place more. Aside from the weather, culture, how the government takes care of its citizens, how the city is planned, how easy the commute and how stable the economy, it’s the people what makes it standout. Because of these few factors that I mentioned, people tend to be laid-back (in a good way), content, they respect each other, slow to anger, they help each other and they are more appreciative of God’s blessings.
I enjoyed Iceland to the fullest and was awed by God’s creation. I did not plan carefully for this to happen but I am thankful that it did. But nothing beats meeting people and making bonds with them. A bond that through the years have become stronger, making Oslo and Philippines closer to each other.
To the Estrada’s (Tito Art, Tita Julie and Jonas) who have hosted us, gave us shelter & warmth, who woke up earlier than usual to cook breakfast for us, who drove us around to make sure we get into the business or simply just to show us around. Thank you very much!
To the Lauretta’s and Aggabao’s who have done the same and nothing less during our earlier visits. You make us forget what “homesick” is.
To the previous couples that gave us reasons to go and come back, namely, Jens & Joy (they opened the doors of Europe for us), Morten & Michelle, Reinart & Rochelle, Jonas & Angie, & Steven & Yliza, thank you for welcoming us each time we are in Oslo. For taking time out to see us and treat us. And to the most recent union that we have witnessed, Jay and Notty, thank you for making us a part of your celebration.
I am often asked… “why do you keep coming back to Oslo? Do you have friends there?” Now I know how to respond, “we don’t have friends in Oslo, we have family there!”
We will come back next year with more gusto. Knowing that we will see all of you again.
Here’s one of the newest member of our growing family in Oslo, Jay and Notty (& Lea).
Photo by: Paul Vincent Photography

Average Rating: 4.7 out of 5 based on 249 user reviews.