Claire and Brian Reis

Claire and Brian Reis’ Photo booth shots are up!

The 10-07-2011 wedding was held at the beautiful Vellano Country Club in Chino HIlls CA

Anna and Chris

Anna & Chris’s Souverazzi shots are up!
The wedding was held on the 1st of October 2011, At the beautiful Alta Vista Country in Placentia.

Amanda and Jacob

Amanda Sheree Scymizek and Jacob Griffiths exchanged vows at the beautiful Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula CA.

Via & Darrell

VIa and Darrel celebrated their wedding with their friends and family with an awesome view at the Marriott Hotel in Marina Del Rey CA.
I love Filipino weddings not only because I am Filipina myself, but because so much of the culture is involved. The men wore a mixture of Barong Tagalog and Americana’s. And the women were tastefully fashionable! What I love most about the reception is Via and Darrell’s grand entrance! They did a very entertaining mix of pop music- with every beat coordinated, and in the last piece… A FLASH MOB!!! The mob danced to Party Rock Anthem! It was too awesome I got a little teary eyed! COngratulations Via and Darrell! You guys are gonna have a great life together I can tell!

Nikhil and Sheila Wedding

On Saturday, June 11th, 2011, Sheila Warren and Nikhil Chandok tied the knott the beautiful Beach front Hyatt Hotel in Huntington Beach. Here are the photo booth pictures that their guests took!

>DIY- 3 IN 1 party favor


I’ve always thought that party favors should be inexpensive, cute and most of all functional, not like how back then you’d get like a figurine of something and you would’nt know what to do with it. So, for my wedding I wanted to come up with something that will be usefull on my guest table, (something that will support the decor)and something that will be usefull to the guests, then I thought, what if it could also be an escort card? At that time I already had votive candles in mind. I was gonna place them on an escort card table and arrange them just like how escort cards are normally arranged, the glass votive holders will have a strip of paper in it containing the guest name and table number, arranged alphabetically so guests won’t have a hard time finding it. Guests then take the votive candles to their tables, they can light it up for added glimmer, and then they can place it in a box thats already waiting there, as a souvenier of the nights experience! Inexpensive and functional! Well I ended up doing something else for my favors, since it was an out of the country wedding. I didnt want to take over a hundred glass votives in my luggage. So I’ve decided to just put it here, and hopefully someone else may find it a great idea, and use it. If youre gonna try it out, goodluck and have fun!

Glass Votive Candles (a requirement for most venues, esp. if it’s gonna be lit up)
tea light candles (both from ikea, less than $3 for 6 votives)


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