Wedding Essentials - - WE DISCOVERIES - Words LOREN DIMAANO Pho­tos cour­tesy of 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]

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