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Pag-iisang Dibdib (In Tagalog Language)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pag-iisang Dibdib

 

 

Ito'y daglian

Lalake at babae

Pumayag siyempre—








Tips to choose the best venue for a wedding

Choosing the perfect wedding venue is not a cup of tea. Not everyone can do it perfectly. Even some of the people leave it to the planner. But you should not do it because maybe the wedding planner will not find the best one for you. And sometimes, you have some personal choice as well.

But how can you find the right one? Well, if you want to know that then all you have to do is to read the article until the end because I am going to tell you some tips to find out the best venue for a wedding in this article. So without further talk, let’s get started. Here we go.

 

Know your budget

The first thing you need to know is your budget. Because the budget is the thing that will determine the quality of the venue you will get. If you have a good budget, you can hire a good as well as an exclusive venue and if you don’t then you can hire a moderate venue. So know it first.

 

Ask the videographer and wedding planner

Now it is time to talk to your videography company and wedding planner. Videography company will help you find out the best place for the video and photo shooting. You know, it is important to keep the memory of your wedding. But remember, you should pick the right company such as cinestoryfilms to get the best suggestion. Also, you need to pick the right wedding planner for the best suggestion as well.

 

Know your guest list

Your guest list is also an important thing to consider when looking for the wedding venue. The reason is that if you have a large guest list then you will need a large location where you can arrange the large party. And if you have a small guest list then you can take a small place for a wedding.

 

Location

Location is important as well. The reason is that your friends and family will come to your party. Now if you select a venue that is located far away from you, your family’s and friends’ house then they might not come even if they want. Also, you should choose a venue that is located in a natural place for an amazing natural view.

 

Theme

And the last thing you need to know is the theme. You know your theme the best.  That is why you should check the type of theme the venue has. There are different types of them at the venue. Based on your choice, you should go to the venue.

 

Conclusion

If you simply follow these tips, you might be able to find the best one for you. I know it is difficult to find the suggestions but if you hire a good videography company or a good wedding planning company then I am sure they will give you some suggestion from which you can easily pick your one. Best of luck to you.

How Much Is a Wedding Videographer

Video recording of your wedding can play an important role in your life by providing an attractive video of your wedding ceremony as a memory for your lifetime. It will you remember this unique glorious life event. It can make you travel to your past on that day with great enjoyment with your family. A videographer does this essential work of your wedding. For a qualitative and standard make wedding video, you just need to hire a professional. You must think and consider some important matter while you make contact.


Budget

For hiring a better wedding videographer, you will have to pay a better budget. So budgeting is a great consideration before you approach. It ranges from 500 dollars to 5000 dollars for each videography. The costing depends upon your need and demand from your hired staff. If you want special and extra features, it will definitely cost more than the moderate level. The average cost for bringing an experienced and skilled wedding videographer to your ceremony is ranging from 2000 dollar to 3000 dollars that the maximum people choose to expense contacting a videographer.

You should consider the budget you can provide and the features, services you want to have in the video before you go for an experienced and skilled wedding videographer. You must adjust your demand and want with your possible budgeting. The cost depends on what you want and increases proportionally with your demand. The key factors that affect the cost while you are hiring your videographer are as following:


Time

The time length of your wedding video determines the principal cost of it. If you want to have a video of a long time, you can not but pay extra money for the extra time of the large wedding video.

 

Group cost

Sometimes wedding videographer comes with his staffs and assistant, which definitely increase the cost. You need to provide extra traveling cost such as the cost of ticket or airfare, food facilities for the entire group.

 

Extra features

If you want, a highly editing and attractive video that will consume more time to make it ready and as a result, it costs more money. Moreover, extra features such as Drone video or Super 8 effects will also need big budgeting.

 

Minimizing Cost

You can minimize the cost of hiring a professional and experienced wedding videographer by following some effective strategies. If you desire for a video of standard length rather than a lengthy one it will save your money. Avoiding Drone video, Super 8 effects etc also will save your money at a large scale. On the other hand, highly editing video increase the cost, so if you want to expense minimum you should want a video with no high or intense editing.

 

Verdict

Making a high-quality wedding video gives specialty to your wedding. But for this, you just need to hire an experienced and skilled wedding videographer. You need to expend money to meet the demand of your desired one. An experienced and skilled one can provide you a standard and presentable wedding video as a gift for your ceremony.

 

 

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Best 3 Perfect Poems For A Wedding Day

Proud - by Louise Wilson

 

As I approach the dark, wooden open doors,
As I hear the music start to play,
A rush of excitable nerves take my fear,
As I remember what it took to get to this day.

Hiding beneath a display of friendship,
Creating a web of lies,
Not knowing everyone was watching me fall in love,
The love in my heart shining through my eyes.

Defeating opinions and comments shared,
Telling everyone, I am in love!
My heart taken by a beautiful woman,
For once, love is enough.

So here I am today,
Walking towards you so very proud,
I am in awe as I only see your beauty,
Can't hear the music nor see the crowd.

I take your hand in mine,
How we fit so perfect, so cleverly,
By far the most perfect day in my life,
Our proud civil ceremony.

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Dear Heart - by Hayley Gait-Golding

Dear Heart,

I'd like it if you'd tell me
how you measure love.
Do you deal in ounces and quarters?
Or stroke it with kid gloves?

How do you pick who gets it
because I'd really like a say
and why is it that some people
Get more and more each day?

Another thing I'd like to know
is how love measures time?
Is it founded in an instant?
Then lasts a whole lifetime?

Does it grow and grow your whole life through
so I have more and more
Or is there just a set amount
You get at birth then store?

What happens if it’s stolen?
Or if I cease to love
Does it all come back untarnished?
With interest on the above.

How can I know its importance?
Do you give it certain ranks?
Could I say that’s 1st or 2nd class?
Like I do with postage stamps.

Is true love like in stories?
Like old fashioned fairy tales
Cinderella meets Prince Charming 
and only love prevails

Why is it then that nowadays?
Love sometimes takes the course
of starting off with marriage 
But ending in divorce

Is love equal in proportions?
For families and for friends
for husbands, wives and children
where does it ever end?

 

To let me know what’s going on
Lets strike a little deal
Beat slowly for the phony’s
and fast if it’s for real!

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Sonnet 116 - by William Shakespeare

Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments.

Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds,
or bends with the remover to remove:
Oh, no! It is an ever-fixed mark.

That looks on tempests and is never shaken;
it is the star to every wandering bark,
whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken.

Love's not Time's fool,
though rosy lips and cheeks within his bending sickle's compass come;
love alters not with his brief hours and weeks,
but bears it out even to the edge of doom.

If this be error and upon me proved,
I never writ, nor no man ever loved.

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Source: http://www.hitched.co.uk/speeches/poems/poemshome.aspx

All three Poems are very cute and able to share with new couple's. So never forget about to it. Thanks!


 

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Single Woman's Prayer

 

 

     

 

By Chuck McGlawn/Chuckest@aol.com

 

 

 

Now I lay me down to sleep.

 

I want a man, please not a creep

 

Send me just one, perhaps like dad

 

Not like the ones that I've had

 

   

 

 One good man who's sweet as pie.

 

Who comes home at night and doesn't lie.

 

Who dresses neat and combs his hair

 

Who when I'm in need he'll be right there

 

 

 

Until I meet this Mr. Right

 

I'll be alone in bed each night.     

 

My simple prayer will always be

 

That I'll wake with him next to me

 

             

 

But if I should die before I wake,

 

There won't be a wedding cake

 

Nor wedding vows or honeymoon.

 

No anniversary every June.

 

   

 

The single life is kinda nice

 

If I get married I'll pay the price

 

I'll wind up with a brain-dead troll

 

Who'll always hold the remote control

 

 

 

This single life works for me

 

I can be who I want to be

 

I won't need to fix my hair.

 

So never mind this stupid prayer.

 

Author's Notes/Comments: 

I was inspired by the title that I read somewhere else, but the poem is all mine. I like surprise endings this one gives you that

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Wednesday Wed

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WEDNESDAY WED


On that Wednesday we were wed
On that Wednesday we were we'd
Near a windkissed dune by the sea
Crowned by wet dunegrass weeds

 

-saiom shriver-

(2nd version)

 

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Wedding Vows

If we had written our own vows,
On our wedding day,
I know this now,
I could only say...
Each day I swear to love you
More than I did on the last one.
Every time you hold me, it's true,
My heart shines like the rising sun.
A kiss from you, I treasure
A smile from you, I always remember
I am yours, heart and soul for sure,
From now until forever.
~Brandy Noelle Souza~

~8/22/2013~

An unfinished work of art

Yesterday an old friend of mine posted wedding pictures on Facebook

A young couple and their wedding party...so I thought I’d take a look.

 

Turns out I was in their wedding and though I don’t remember the exact date

They’ve been married 40 years...so congratulations Greg and Kate.

 

40 years together you two deserve to celebrate

And knowing Greg like I do, my hat is off to Kate.

 

The years have been a little tough on Greg, but Kate this you should know

You’re as beautiful today as you were those 40 years ago!

 

Of course with Greg around I’m sure you’re aware of that

Perhaps it’s being married to him....but my guess...it was that hat!

 

When I first saw those wedding pictures I had to look again

That can’t be me I thought to myself I have hair and I’m so thin.

 

And I can’t believe I ever wore a tux that bold and loud

Why, as Beth so kindly pointed out, I’d make John Denver proud.

 

We all grew up together and though our paths split us apart

I’ve looked upon your marriage as an unfinished work of art.

 

There is beauty in the old photographs it certainly does appear

But the life you’ve painted together grows more beautiful each year.

 

You’ve taken that initial painting and brushed in family and friends

And there’s no telling where or when your masterpiece will end.

 

May you last another 40 years and here’s a thought I must impart

The beauty of your marriage is in your unfinished work of art.

 

 

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I Do

Its dark. So. So. Very dark.
My lips, shaking
Yet still capable of clasping to my teeth.
Smile. I smiled.
Into to light I walked.
I was once told, this should be a good moment.
Was u ready?
Yes.
I walked into to light.
Down the staircase my mother once walked
Step step step.....
No hesitation.
my smile widened.
I do.