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Aminsana Events Place

Publish On 2016-09-13 , 1:56 PM

INSANA EVENTS PLACE is a one hectare property at the border of Tagaytay and Amadeo, Cavite. It is a kilometer away from the parish church of St. Mary Magdalene which was constructed in 1889 and is a Heritage site.

Amadeo is a quaint, small town adjacent to Tagaytay and has the same cool, pleasant weather as Tagaytay. Amadeo is also known as Coffee Capital of the Philippines.

The covered pavilion can accommodate up to 400 guest that can sit comfortably. Aminsana also have a garden that can accommodate another 400.  Your event can be held either in the garden to the covered pavilion or in both areas.  The garden overlooks the lush Amadeo countryside.
 

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Los Arboles Tagaytay

Publish On 2016-09-15 , 4:13 PM

A breathtaking experience of nature and the beauty of Tagaytay City are combined in the newest events place—Los Arboles Tagaytay. This venue, which highlights three of its lush gardens to accommodate your most special occasions, will give another great option for celebrants to spend their event.

Feel the elegance of the place as you take your guests to Kaimito Garden. It is the biggest area that can accommodate 500 guests, while Pili Garden and Mulawin Garden can accommodate 450 and 300 guests, respectively.

You would also appreciate the homey feel of their cottages, where you may relax with your family. These European country-styled rooms, which the call—The Casitas, truly bring refreshing view of the surrounding gardens.

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Tips for Sourcing Your Wedding Suppliers

Publish On 2016-09-20 , 1:49 PM

Once you get engaged and begin planning your wedding it can be hard to know where to start.

Especially as your wedding checklist of everything you need to organise seems to keep getting longer. Here we provide our tips for getting the wedding planning started and sourcing your wedding suppliers and vendors.

 

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First Step of the Wedding Planning Checklist

To begin with we recommend speaking with family, friends and even work colleagues who have all recently tied the knot. If you went to their wedding and liked something in particular ask who the supplier was. Any first hand recommendations you can get will be instrumental in finding your ideal wedding supplier so speak to as many people as you can. Although ensure they are opinions you trust.

If you’re the first to get married and have no one to ask then its time you get busy buying those bridal magazines and browsing the internet. There are some great bridal blogs, websites and wedding directories that will be a huge help in planning your special day. Google will also be your number one resource.

 

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When researching online be sure to keep your budget in mind and to take note of the location of your wedding. Sourcing wedding vendors and suppliers who aren’t local can mean additional fees for travel. In doing your wedding research it is important that you look through the portfolios of each vendor to see the kind of weddings they have done and whether it fits within your style.

You should also read through reviews to see how your wedding vendor stacks up. Wedding forums can also be a great resource for finding recommendations and reading reviews.

The Modern Brides Ultimate Wedding Planning Tool

Another handy wedding research tool for the modern bride is social media. Most if not all wedding industry professionals will have a social media presence. Here you can get an idea of the vendors personality and view their work. Social media is the perfect avenue for getting wedding ideas.

 

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Browsing through social media is also a great way to stumble upon vendors and wedding supplies you haven’t found through other research. Perhaps you find a bridesmaid dress you absolutely adore by searching a particular hashtag on Instagram. Pinterest is a great platform for wedding research and inspiration and will provide you with an array of different vendors work to peruse.

When You Think You’ve Found Your Wedding Supplier

Once you’ve got an idea as to who you might be interested in having as your wedding suppliers you will need to set up a few meetings and make a few calls. Meeting with more than one vendor for each item is important to ensure you are completely happy with who you select. While the grass may not always be greener and you might love the first vendor you meet it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Just because you take the time to meet with another wedding vendor doesn’t mean you can’t go back to the first vendor you met with. If you have met with someone it is always polite to send them a brief email notifying them that you have decided to go with a different supplier.

 

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During your meeting with your wedding supplier it is important that you get to know your vendors personalities and how they work. This way you can gage whether your personalities are likely to clash or not. There is nothing worse than having a stressful or uncomfortable relationship because you don’t gel. Always trust your instincts; you’ll know if they’re the right wedding supplier for you. Also keep your budget in mind when sourcing and meeting with vendors – be honest with them to ensure you are both on the same page and that there are no surprises for either side.

You should also be sure to have a specific list of questions prepared to ask any potential vendors so you can determine whether you are confident in their abilities. Also unless it’s something like selecting your dress, consult with your fiancé to ensure they too are happy with the wedding vendors. Even if they are not all that interested in wedding planning, a secondary opinion is always helpful.

If you decide to hire a wedding planner, they will be able to source suppliers and do a lot of the research for you. However it is always helpful to notify your planner of vendors you are interested in so that they can contact them on your behalf or find similar suppliers and vendors.

If you don’t hire a wedding planner your wedding vendors might be able to help you source wedding suppliers for other planning needs. Professionals within the wedding industry work quite closely with one another so you can always ask them for help.

Source: http://giantinvitations.com.au/wedding-planning/wedding_planning/tips-sourcing-wedding-suppliers/



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15 Things You Can't Forget To Do

Publish On 2016-09-27 , 1:40 PM

With only a week left before you say "I do," the wedding planning may be done but the work isn't over yet. To make sure not a single carefully dreamed-up detail goes overlooked, we've compiled 15 essential to-dos you (and your fiancé) must address the week leading up to your wedding.

1. Confirm your wedding-day beauty appointments and get your manicure and pedicure. (Better to leave this until you only have one or two days to go!) Buy the colors you end up using to fix any accidental last-minute chips.

2. Grooms: Get a haircut. If you head to the barber when you're more than a week out, your hair could look shaggy. Get it cut too close to the big day and you run the risk of looking like it's sixth grade picture day.

3. Grooms, pick up your suit and brides, your dress. Do one last fitting in the store before taking it home — it will give you more time for any last minute alterations.

4. Practice walking and dancing in your wedding shoes.

5. Call guests who have missed the RSVP deadline. You'll need the final headcount for your venue and caterer.

6. Communicate the wedding-day schedule, any special duties, and important contact information to your parents, the wedding party, and your wedding coordinator. A document with call-times for everyone playing a large role in your day will help everything stay on schedule.

7. Place final payments and cash tips into separate envelopes for each vendor. Give them to a trusted friend of family member to distribute on your wedding day. Ask him or her to greet each vendor and be the point person for questions.

8. Call and re-confirm every last detail with each of your vendors including date, time, and location. Don't forget to provide them with contact info for their point person on the day-of. (You'll be too busy getting ready to direct traffic!) Make sure your photographer has your shot list, your DJ has your song list, and that your venue knows when each vendor will be arriving to set up.

9. Create a seating chart for your reception and share the final version with your caterer, venue manager, reception host and hostess, and wedding coordinator.

10. If you didn't order escort cards with your stationery, it's time to put on your DIY hat and make them. (Ask your craftiest 'maid for some assistance if necessary!)

11. Provide drivers with a schedule and list of names, phone numbers, and addresses for pickup and drop off.

12. Shop and pack for your honeymoon. Though your girls will make sure you're covered in the wedding-night lingerie department (what else are bachelorette parties for?!), bikinis, sun dresses, and SPF 50 won't buy themselves.

13. Writing your own vows? Making a toast? Prepare anything that requires a speech now.

14. Gather a wedding-day emergency kit that includes fashion tape, safety pins, band-aids, mints, and a needle with thread that matches your dress.

15. Pack a bag for your wedding night. Ask some one to deliver it to the hotel where you'll be staying.

Source: http://www.brides.com/blogs/aisle-say/2014/07/week-before-wedding-planning-checklist.html



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