Meaningful Journeys at Marco Polo Ortigas Manila
Experience moments brought by remarkable celebrations with Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s Meaningful Journeys Fair on October 21 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
The event will showcase how love is celebrated at new heights, marking every milestone with a curation of the finest elements that make up a meaningful occasion—from cuisine and design to entertainment and cherished trinkets and souvenirs.
Marco Polo Ortigas Manila is proud to work with some of the most well-respected personalities and organizations in bringing intimate festivities to life. These include Gideon Hermosa, Michael Ruiz, Teddy Manuel, and 7 Lily; photography experts and film producers Mayad Studio, Nice Print Photography, Chestknots Studio, Forevermine Wedding Films, and Baicapture Inc.; boudoir designers Jo Rubio and Francis Libiran; cake designers Pastry Bin by Penk Ching, Naked Patisserie and Cake Concepts; event organizers Kutchie Zaldarriaga and New Victory Trading; hair and makeup artists Winn Ramos and Mariah Santos; jeweler extraordinaire Matus; stationery and giveaways by Print Divas and Knotsville; beverage leader Moet Hennessy; musicians 3 rd Avenue and Bernie Pasamba; host Atom Ungson; bridal car services from Don Robert’s; and technical and production teams from B& K Professionals, LX Events Pro, and LST Mobile.
Registered guests will get to interact with both Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s expert events professionals as well as experience different activities during the day of the event.
Select keynote speakers will also be on-hand to share insights for soon-to-wed couples regarding the journey toward happily ever after. Guests will also enjoy a boudoir showcase featuring unique bridal gown concepts.
Take the first step towards forever with Meaningful Journeys. To learn more about the hotel, visit www.marcopolohotels.com.
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