Thursday, February 21, 2008

Panic at the Disco ( Bea's 18th - 02.16.2008)

The first time I met the debutant, I asked her if she has a theme on mind ( as I usually ask all clients). She then answered with a sheepish smile " Panic at the Disco po". I said Panic at the what????? she then said " Ahh banda po yun, mejo parang moulin rouge" That's the only time that I realized Im getting older.

Here are the highlights of the event:

The tandem of Jesy and Steve made the debutant radiant and fresh the whole night

Its great to see a child transform into a young lady

C3 Events place waws transforemed by Teddy Manuel into a mini carnival :)

This is how the set up looks from the top

Ticket type Invitations done by printed matter

Gowns and accesory done by the inafamous Lloyd Arceo awed most of the guests during the debutant's entrance

I handed over to C3 a photo of a sample cake which may fit Bea's party. I have to admit that it was hard to imitate. Nevertheless, they did something beautiful and yummy, i heard.

Color Me Mine plate was used for the guests registration

The debutant spent the first dance of the night with her father, who got teary eyed during his welcoming speech.

The brother of the debutant was the first to try the limborack as a challenge before giving the rose to the debutant

This is how you'll look like when you opened a gift and found out that you super like what's inside

Mother of the debutant was already due to give birth to a baby sister but good thing the baby held on for a longer period.

David and I hosted the event :)

The event was capped with a very awesome dance number prepared by the debutant and her 4 closest friends. ( Notice how the mirror foil was turned into Bea's trapauline portrait - this is where she entered for the dance :)

We were humbled by her thank you message and text. Her smile meant a lot to us.

Here's my favorite photo, capturing every detail of that event: classic with a twist :)
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All the photos used in this specific blog title was courtesy of Studio Van Goth. Thanks Ems!!

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