I'm still hung over from our vacay / honeymoon in Boracay so even if it's back to work for us, I'm reminiscing about our wedding and the hard work we've put out to make it a reality. Part of that journey is getting hooked on W @W digests and being addicted to details that one could DIY (do-it-yourself).
I couldn't say that I'm good at crafts. Heck, I need to have specific directions and the outlines clearly marked out before I dare grab the scissors and do anything 'crafty'. But I did make some of our wedding paraphernalias on the fly. Our house was a witness of the failed attempts I had. So anyway, here's sharing some of the DIY items one could do to make something more special. There's nothing like a labor of love, ika nga
:) Here's the first of (probably) several entries.
To add a look of cohesiveness for our male entourage, we decided to give them neckties. Now when you buy these off the rack at SM, they aren't enclosed on a gift box or anything resembling a neat packaging. The ties are just in their mini-hangers. Since they are also gifts for our male ento, I searched the net for tie boxes and had luckily stumbled upon this site
When I saw the cute boxes, I decided to make several of these to box in our neckties.
After getting back from our honeymoon, it's back to reality. I promised to post some wedding kwentos but as we're in the process of coming up with our 'love nest', it might be a while.
Our honeymoon was really exciting. Cos it the first time for us to visit this local paradise, Myke and I were determined to making the most out of it. Our itinerary was full and we've done some pretty cool and fun stuff - jetskiing, parasailing, riding an ATV... whew!
I'd be posting the pictures soon.
*Shot above was via my Samsung Omnia II :)
It's a sunny Sunday and as I'm looking at the ring on my hand, I still can't believe that I am now a married woman. The ceremony and festivities seemed to have whizzed by but I could still vividly recall beautiful details.. moments I would cherish forever.
I'm kinda still in a daze to jot down all of the stories that I wanted to share with you, my friends. But when everything is settled, I'd post whatever I could. For now, this is the AVP presentation I made with our prenup pictures. I hope you'll enjoy this :)
*Photos by Team Redsheep