For the last installment of the Marriott Grand Ballroom launch, Marriott Hotel Manila in cooperation with world-class Filipino designers, presented #MarryMeAtMarriott, a bridal show like no other just last Monday!
This photo belongs to Marriott Hotel Manila.
I wore a dust coat by Criselda Lontok, my favorite designer for her colorful, youthful & girly ensembles. A dust coat is a loose-fitting protective garment that is worn over other clothing. It can be worn over a gown or a cocktail dress. Because Kap didn’t want to wear a suit, I settled for a simple black cocktail dress under.
Kap has certainly put to good use all the coats the kids got him over the holidays for the 3 separate events we attended at Marriott Hotel Manila over the past week. ;)
Spread fit for a blushing bride. All things lovely & dainty. <3 Above, Marriott Grand Ballroom‘s Lighting system is specially designed to offer guests with multiple scenes at the touch of a button: 4 independent lighting systems built into this high tech infrastructure to include the RGB+A LED Flex Strip Lighting features | Pillow ceiling lights | Color programed | Cove lighting around the perimeter of each section with full color programing | Adjustable motorized down lights to give illumination where it is desired | Fixed down lights between the pillow.
When at Marriott Hotel Manila, expect nothing but to be constantly wowed & dazzled. We have fallen head over heels in love with Marriott, tat’s for sure!
Marriott Hotel Manila is actually a one-stop-shop for all blushing brides. From wedding invitations to cakes. Marriott is all you need. :)
With The hungry Kat & Luke, our dear & constant companions over the past 3 events at the Marriott Grand Ballroom events. I will surely miss seeing them after getting close these past 3 events.
Featuring the Skyfold Technology. The Marriott Grand Ballroom has a sophisticated engineered designed Operable Wall System that is capable of the following: Outstanding acoustic performance | Room configuration changed in minutes | Retracts quietly and effortlessly | Folded vertically and stored in the ceiling | Seals are internal and soundproof | No unsightly Wall or floor tracks | No unsightly side pocket doors | No visible hinges or hardware.
Congratulations Marriott Hotel Manila for the very successful launch of the Marriott Grand Ballroom! <3
My Kap is such a sweetheart. He works hard all day long so come night time he just wants to relax at home in peace & quiet. But because he knows I like dressing up & going to ganaps, he patiently went with me even to this bridal show na walang angal. My escort, driver, photographer all rolled into one. Thank you so much my Honey for the love! <3
Professional High Steel Platform and Catwalk Structure is a Production Dream System: The Grand Ballroom has four sections with the same technology integrated in each section. | Designed system starts at the top of the meeting space rather than the bottom. | 4 High Steel Platforms are suspended by 4 1-ton Chain Motor Hoists in each section. | 16 Platforms to allow for High Performance Rigging | 64 1-ton Chain Motor Hoists to give any production the flexibility to design and install the dream event | Full Catwalk Structure around the perimeter of each section to allow for easy access in managing any event or venue.
Randy Ortiz. “Randy continues to lead the way in the fashion scene. He recently staged his 20th Anniversary gala entitled Aspirer, which was dubbed by Metro and Lifestyle Network as the most important fashion event of the year. A-lister celebrities, high society, fashion designers and enthusiasts, media and press flood into the gates of the gala. As the only designer who can create glitz and glamour in the red carpet, Randy Ortiz is truly a celebrated designer by the stars, the society and the country.” – Vito Studio
Rhett Eala. “After over two decades in the fashion industry, Rhett Eala is one who has definitely left his mark in local fashion. Eala’s genius made the Philippine map a fashion symbol, embroidering and printing its shape onto stylish sports shirts, jersey dresses and other casual apparel. And just like any brilliant idea, the logo map became a staple among the stylish set and an outstanding example of accessible fashion. Among industry insiders, Eala is referred to as a master at resurrecting old retail brands, catapulting them into highly fashionable labels.” – Vito Studio
“Cebu-based designer Jun Escario is a master at making the perfect style statement. If anything, His body of work mirrors a feminine, elaborate and sinuous sensibility fit for red carpet, A-list events. His knack for innovative fabric selection and ability to bring together a rich mosaic of textures, have resulted in some of the most highly-coveted glamorous pieces season after season. His svelte silhouettes celebrate the female form and resonate with Old World elegance. The elaborate Escario body of work is a clear cut expression of one extraordinary fashion proposition.” – Vito Studio
“This year celebrates JC Buendia‘s 25th year as a fashion designer. As one of the most revered names in Philippine fashion today, Buendia has been known to dress the country’s most iconic women—from movie actresses to political figures. Why he is the go-to designer for these personalities is no mystery. For one, Buendia’s superior workmanship, flawless technical skill and bespoke aesthetic have kept some of the most photographed men and women coming back for more.” -Vito Studio
Rajo Laurel. “Raymund Joseph “Rajo” Teves Laurel (born May 19, 1971) is a fashion designer in Manila, Philippines. He began his professional career in 1993, holding his first international exhibition the following year. In 2000 Rajo Laurel founded House of Laurel with his sister. A winner of a number of national and international awards over the course of his career, Laurel is best known as a television personality as a judge on Project Runway Philippines.” -Wikipedia
Frederick Peralta. “Frederick Peralta was born in Iloilo. Before becoming a designer, Peralta worked as a newsboy, fish vendor, houseboy, tailor/designer for a jeans company and finally as an apprentice at Rex Centeno’s shop. In 1994, he won the Grand Prix at the Internationale Creatures de Jeunes de Mode (Young International Designers Competition) held in Paris, the first Filipino to win such a prestigious award. Aside from being one of Manila’s top fashion designer, Peralta also writes a weekly fashion column and hosts a radio program. He is included in High Fashion Around the World, the first time a Filipino designer is featured in an international fashion volume that will be translated into different languages.” -Blissful Weddings
The Marriott Grand Ballroom was packed with beautiful people and the who’s who in the metro in full support of these fabulous designer to the stars, bigwigs, mover, and shakers.
Because Marriott is Marriott, some of the lucky guests got to bring home wonderful prizes from SKAGEN Denmark. CLICK HERE to see what valuable finds you can buy online from Skagen! <3
Thank you so much Marriott Hotel Manila, its Marketing Queen (L) MICHELLE GARCIA, and PR Princess/Part-time grecian goddess (R) AIMEE LAGMAN for a week of fabulousness & fun! <3
The photo on the left belongs to Junjun Ablaza of ABLAZE ARTCESSORIES (art+accesories).
Set to be the country’s most prestigious address for social events. With opulent space, incomparable state of the art technology, glamourous photo venue, elegant bridal suites with private gardens, versatile ceremonial halls, and impeccable service, the Marriott Grand Ballroom promises the perfect setting in making every moment unforgettable. Match it with comprehensive packages to suit the most extravagant affairs to intimate celebrations. Each celebration will be remembered for its unsurpassed grandeur and flawless execution. Any dream-wedding fantasy can be turned into an unforgettable reality. <3
For the convenience of each guest, there are 1,505 underground parking spaces across six basement levels. Truly, the Marriott Grand Ballroom is any event organizer or guest’s dream come true. Kap, #MarryMeAgainAtMarriott please!