A Love Story 7 Years in the Making Lead to This Beautiful Rustic Wedding In Tagaytay!

Seven years ago, Joshua asked Shammah’s father for his blessing to court his lovely daughter. He received the first of two important yeses that would change his life—the second coming from Shammah herself when he asked for her hand in marriage. Joshua and Shammah planned an intimate wedding in a vintage-inspired events venue in Tagaytay […]

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This Couple Made their Intimate Wedding Highly Meaningful and Detailed!

Even though the pews weren’t full of guests, Jason and Mica still made sure to dress up the Church beautifully for their intimate wedding, complete with a floral arc, aisle decor, and wooden signs with verses from a beloved Bible passage. Their reception venue is special, too, because it’s the restaurant where Jason and Mica […]

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Here’s What Happened During the Toast Wedding Fair Last June 1-2, 2019!

We definitely kicked off June at a high note with the Toast Wedding Fair! We had so much fun seeing all of the soon-to-wed couples book their dream suppliers for their big day! If you missed it, don’t worry because we’re breaking it down for you here. Tagged: 9tenz Lights and Sounds / A & […]

This Couple Infused Filipiniana Elements into Their Garden Wedding in Australia

This gorgeous garden wedding in Australia is the perfect combination of two cultures–Australian and Filipino. Matt and Jen’s intimate wedding (just 30 guests!) was set in The Gardens Club in Brisbane, but infused with touches of Filipino, as clearly seen in the attire worn by the wedding entourage. The bride’s dress by Haydee Garcia Atelier, bridesmaid […]

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Here’s a Look at Just Some of the Things That Happened at the Toast Celebrations Fair!

It has always been one of our dreams to hold a fair for Bride and Breakfast and Baby and Breakfast. But just like anything you do for the first time, you can still actually get pretty nervous about it! And when it finally happened, I almost had to pinch myself seeing how it all turned […]