8th Bridal Expo at the PICC: Look out for the Imagine Nation Photography booth!

When in Manila and wedding plans are on the way, you should visit the 8th Bridal Expo happening at the PICC this October 8 and 9 to help you trim down your choices of which wedding suppliers to book. You’d be happy to find that some of the country’s best wedding suppliers will be there with great deals and discounts to help make planning your wedding a whole lot easier.

You can also expect that I’ll be there because yup, apart from being a radio jock on weekends and a contributor for when in manila, I also sometimes put my wedding photographer hat on and I want to share with you here real quick, why I love being a part of the Imagine Nation Photography group and why I always get excited when we participate in bridal fairs.

I’ve been an Imagine Nation photographer for almost two years now and I must say, my life has been fully blessed in so many ways since. From being able to book one of their now master photographers Toto Villaruel and now senior photographer Noel Salazar for our wedding (whose photos to this day still take my breath away and where one has surprisingly made its way to being the poster for this particular bridal fair) to being one of the companies boudoir photographers representing the boudoir dolls, the journey with Imagine Nation never ceases to amaze me.

Imagine Nation Photography is headed by John Mateos Ong and the rest of the team is made up of young photographers who don’t only have a passion for photography but also have a passion to serve God through the work that we do. From volunteering to teach basic photography classes to providing free prenup marathons to help couples lighten their burden of costly prenups, we try to take our love for photography to unique and different heights.

We love being part of the wedding industry, it is through there that we get to share not only our talents but are also continuously inspired by the love that we see all around us all the time. It’s that love that we see in weddings that move us and make us want to capture those special moments each and every time we click that shutter button.  It’s what makes me hyped up during bridal fairs, it’s the thought that we’re one more step closer to showing couples through our work, just how special their love truly is. 

As much as I would love to go on and on about why you shouldn’t forget to drop by our booth this weekend, let me now share with you our work the best way I know how —  Through our photos. I hope you enjoy them and I do hope we see you there!

To see and learn more about our team and our work, do check out www.imaginenationphoto.com

“God Makes Weddings Beautiful. We simply Capture Them.” – Imagine Nation. Creativity from above

 

 


and of course, here’s that bridal fair poster we didn’t realize would get picked and which my husband and I are still over the moon about (hahaha, yes, I guess vanity does have a way of creeping up on us too you every now and then. )  It was taken by Noel Salazar :)

 

 

THE BRIDAL EXPO will also be coming up with new ideas and programs for this 8th bridal fair. Couples can look forward to participating in some fun activities such as bridal talks, raffles, forums and of course, a lot of special promos form the many suppliers. Plus a “FRANCHISE BUSINESS SHOWCASE” and a HONEYMOON DESTINATION, will also be given away to one very lucky couple. 

Other highlights of the expo will be performances from different choirs, strings, quartets plus a much awaited fashion show from new and well known wedding designers from the country that ought to get a lot of couples excited at the thought of planning their own weddings. 

Be sure to log on to their website in order to get your free passes to the event!

So when in Manila this weekend and ready to plan an awesome wedding, be sure to make your way to the 8th Bridal Expo at the PICC! 

 

See you there!!

The Bridal Expo

October 8-9, 2011

phone: 395.5009

email: bridalexpo2011@­gmail.com

website: bridalexpophilippines.com

 

 

 

 

 






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