Wedding coordination is always fun especially when you stumble upon a video clip where you had a wonderful event planning done in such a place, where the splendor of the reception venue etched into your mind and geniality of the bride and the groom made your wedding preparations easier. In short, the task was performed without hassles and annoyances. It was an affair worth cherishing for and be remembered every now and then. Also, an additional showcase for presentation when needed.
The wedding of Atty. And Mrs. Carandang was grand to say the least with chosen principal sponsors from near and far, who came dressed expensively and to witness a solemn wedding at the famous Lourdes Church in Tagaytay that took more than an hour to finish ready for the wedding reception dinner.
The wedding coordinators saw that everything were attended during the activities of the church after progressing for the souvenir shots where order was called for. The mother of the groom was the one tensed and we understood but assuaged her that all went well. Of course, it was. The parents of the bride were at their usual selves forcing to smile genuinely but you could feel their excitement because the wedding coordination ongoing took all the time to make things right.
Wedding event planning guide prepared by the couple was freely handed over to the wedding planner to do what she thought would make the celebration smooth and the best affair possible. What we promised was order of the day and snap event transitions for smooth sail.
The wedding reception program prepared was followed through the last part. The couple engaged themselves with activities they didn’t expect for them to be involved with the ready hand of the coordinators assisting both every minute of the time and the other coordinators attending the smallest details at hand.
Balay Taal in Tagaytay is fast becoming popular. It is a residential house turned into an event place that could house 200 guests or smaller guest list for an intimate dinner reception overlooking the splendor of Taal Lake. The word “balay” is an Ilocano term meaning house and it is a catchy, edgy name easily remembered.
This recollection just pops my mind and I love to share just for your imagination to grapple how wonderful the event that took place that day and the wonder of the place worth going back to.