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TOP 3 THINGS YOU’LL ONLY LEARN IN A WEDDING DRAPING COURSE



Who doesn’t love weddings? Two people are cordially joined together. And they’re starting a new chapter of their lives with all their closest friends and family members there to witness it all happening. I swear, anyone who thinks that this event isn’t magical or breath-taking must have a problem with accepting the idea that there is, in fact, a happily-ever-after meant for everyone.

No worries, I’d be praying for your lonely old soul to find the love it’s been bitterly longing for.

Anyway, that should be enough talk about non-believers of true love for today. After all, we’ve written this article not for those who are afraid of inviolable commitment, but for those who are ready to plan the best day of their lives. And when you think of wedding plans, draping is usually a thought that comes to mind – at least for organizers!

TRAVEL DIARY: ANOTHER SUMMER IN LAS CASAS FILIPINAS DE ACUZAR BATAAN


Time flies so fast and summer is almost here! Since I will not be able to go home this summer, my family and I had an early outing. We tried looking for a new resort to visit, but since my mom enjoyed the last time we were at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bataan, we decided to just go there again.

We left Manila around 10am. There were some accidents along North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), which was why we arrived in Bataan past 3pm already.

It has been two years since we last went, and there were some improvements in the interim. The reception area is now a whole house with a restaurant nearby. 

DESSERT AT WHEELER'S YARD CAFE SINGAPORE


It is not a secret that my husband is very fond of bicycles nowadays. So I decided to bring him to this quaint little bicycle cafe in Singapore.

Since we already had dinner before heading to the cafe, we just ordered key lime pie for dessert. 

HOTEL REVIEW: FOURSIDE CITY CENTER VIENNA AUSTRIA


While looking for a hotel in Vienna, my blogger friend Joy suggested Fourside City Center. I checked the pictures and reviews on TripAdvisor, and I liked them, so I booked a room with them via Agoda.

TRAVEL DIARY: SCHONBRUNN PALACE


Our second day in Vienna fell on my birthday, and what better way to celebrate than to visit a very lovely palace.

We booked a grand tour of the Schönbrunn Palace via the Imperial Austria website for EUR17.50 each (PHP1,100), which includes a tour of forty rooms of the palace.