It’s the 9th of April (hope you guys are making the most out of your holiday) and we’re celebrating our 9th year this month (Cheers!!!) so it’s only fair that we do this …
May 3, 2013Angel Fields, Silang
Rose is one of the finest female videographers around. She’s been with us for as long as I can remember and a few pounds ago. This is like witnessing, and hosting, your younger sis’ wedding, which also happened to be one of the best weddings we’ve ever been in, work or not.
Two more vids to come. Hang on.
I remember back in 2006 a priest saying that guests should never say “congratulations” when greeting the newlyweds and that it is more befitting to greet them with “best wishes” instead. “You don’t say congratulations to someone when they haven’t done anything yet”, he said. I thought it made a lot of sense. If someone is having a hard time with a simple task such as keeping a blog going on a regular basis, with all the personal stuffs, shoots and social networking thingies like twitter, instagram and FB around, imagine how hard it is to keep a marriage. Well, I’ve been throwing “Best wishes” out there, like how Lance Armstrong threw “I never used PEDs” whenever he was asked about it, ever since. I really thought it takes the cake in terms of wedding greetings. Oh and Lance, that’s a different story.
All that changed after witnessing Josiah’s Sir Boyet and Tita Jet, as I fondly call them, renew their vows last January 10 to celebrate 30 years of true and unconditional love. If you were there and didn’t feel love in the air, better have yourself checked – something is wrong with you. Simply put, seeing them that day made me realize what it is I really wish not only for our couples but for every single couple in this world of ours – that they all end up like Sir Boyet and Tita Jet. Check this out and see what I mean:
I may be singing a different tune when it comes to wedding greetings, but I still agree with the priest from seven years ago that you don’t say congratulations to someone when they haven’t done anything yet. And being around Sir Boyet, Tita Jet and seeing how tight their entire fam is, not to mention it’s their 30th anniversary, is more than enough to say that they’ve already done something and that they’ve done something good. So unlike Lance Armstrong, I believe this is in order for Sir Boyet and Tita Jet.
From the three of us, our family and the entire Threelogy team … CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Let me guess, you ate too much, you’re lying down and massaging your tummy. Well, who isn’t?
Now here’re a few vids from last year to make your tummy-massaging a tad bit more pleasurable.
Oliver and Tanya’s SDE
Ryan and Kim’s OBB
Tristan and Charmaine’s SDE
Angel and Kat’s SDE
And of course, 2012 will not be complete if we didn’t touch the Gangnam craze that swept our planet.
Andrew and Karen
More vids to come! Stay tuned!
Happy New Year!!!
This wedding is perhaps the ultimate church wedding a bride (or a couple) can ever dream of having. And quite honestly, it’s something you’ll probably think of only after having one drink too many (while lovestruck at the same time) with your friends on a Friday night. It’s in the “I’m buying a brand new Ferrari later” or “Let’s have lunch in Hong Kong later” type of conversations we like having with our buds. If I make a “Dream Wedding Achievability Levels” list, this one goes to the “Keep Dreaming” bracket instantly. You get my drift?
Also, I probably wrote this here a couple of times already and I did mean it every single time. But I have to be honest, this one takes the cake in terms of being unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before. This is a dream wedding shoot coming true. Yeah, the distance we covered, the places we went to, the absurdity of actually pulling this wedding off (hats off to Nino and Nina, again) and me shooting alone all play major roles in stating what I just claimed, but it’s more than that. Because being around Nino, Nina and their fun, crazy and caring bunch of relatives and friends for twelve wonderful days made the whole trip super sweet and extra memorable – I honestly felt like I’m a part of Nino and Nina’s family and barkada.
I pretty much witnessed the preparation from the get-go and can only imagine how hard it must’ve been for the two to put all these together. But they proved that with the correct approach, right mindset and enough persuasion, dreams can come true.
Nino and Nins, congratulations on the fruition of your dream wedding – it’s out-of-this-world mind-blowing! And also, thanks for making mine come true. You guys rock!