If you're thinking of getting married -- or even if you just want more creative ideas for wedding proposal venues, wedding ceremony plans and all the details that go along with it, and honeymoon trips -- come join us at the Peninsula Manila next weekend.
On April 2 and 3, the Peninsula Manila, with Travelife Magazine as its media partner, is organizing its first bridal fair in seven years. In line with its 35th year anniversary, the bridal fair will be held with the theme "35 years of elegant weddings and traditions."
ROMANCE AND A LIFETIME OF HAPPINESS
On April 2 at 2 pm at the Peninsula ballroom, Travelife Magazine publisher Christine Cunanan will be giving a talk on "Romantic destinations and a lifetime of happiness" for couples looking for ideas and advice regarding planning their honeymoon trips; and even just for people seeking information for amazing travel experiences. She will talk about some of the most romantic places one earth, including elegant and traditional honeymoon destinations for the classic post-wedding journey, and off-the-beaten track places and experiences for the more adventurous. She will also share advice and tips on planning the perfect trip, and touch on details such as flight scheduling, hotel choices, tours and special activities.
Travelife Magazine will also be launching Travelife Honeymoons during the Peninsula bridal fair. Yes, the country's leading travel and lifestyle magazine will now be helping couples plan their dream trips and find the best ways to get there.
At 530 pm, there will also be a gala fashion show of bridal gowns and accessories by top Philippine designers such as Amina Aranaz, Rhett Eala, Randy Ortiz, Puey Quinones, Ivarluski Aseron, JC Buendia, Jul B. Dizon, Dennis Lustico, and Jojie Lloren. Other bridal fair activities include food tastings and cake samplings, cocktail tastings, makeup demonstrations, wedding photography advice, and a talk on wedding etiquette.
The Peninsula will also be unveiling some interesting wedding proposal ideas for prospective grooms seeking ways to literally sweep their brides off their feet. I've seen some of the ideas they've put forward and, frankly, they're simply amazing.
See you at the Peninsula this weekend.
For more information on the Peninsula Bridal Fair, please call 887-2888.