MANAGING MAGIC MOMENTS
THINKWARREN EVENTS COMPANY
There are numerous elements that make a wedding a magical event, but one of the most impactful is undoubtedly the decked ceremony and reception that welcome guests. Beyond the twinkling lights and towering floral arrangements is a team that works long hours to turn a bare space into a feast for the eyes. It’s the very challenge that Thinkwarren Events Company deals with on a regular basis.
The birth of Thinkwarren is the epitome of what one would say, “letting your hard work speak for itself.” What started off as an events styling sideline for relatives and close friends back in 2005, officially fledged full force in 2007. It was a journey that married passion and skills. “It’s safe to say that I, literally, honed my talent and skills doing family’s events. Some just for the love of doing it, while others gave me enough start-up capital to take the plunge and try my hand in doing such business,” says founder Warren Reyes.
From serene beach wedding set-ups, to grandeur lavish wedding ceremonies, Warren and his team have never failed to play somewhat magicians at each wedding they style and coordinate. While Warren claims that each wedding etches a special place in their hearts, clients like the Racho-manuel wedding served as a milestone for the team. Warren shares how it motivated the team all the more when they eventually found out it was Alden Richards that personally selected them to do his grandparents’ wedding. “The Racho-manuel event was the biggest wedding, so far, in our 10 years in the industry and we are really indebted to both families for their love and trust since this wedding paved the way to uplift the company’s vision and it opened a lot of opportunities for our company”, Warren shares.
Every event is a well-planned occasion, while magical halls and breathtaking set-ups welcome guests during the big day, the team works weeks ahead to undergo a creative process. Warren shares how they piece together ideas and visions for the event together with their client, “Everything starts with a vision: both the client and your own. In the process, it is normal for some exchange of artistic notes that eventually lead to budget considerations. We only have 24 hours in a day. We learn how to value our time and our client’s too. [The]