Wedding News

Jolina Magdangal - Mark Escueta Wedding Scrapbook
3 December 2011

Mark and Jolina with their wedding scrapbook by Pritsonalities and Written in Ink
Mark and Jolina with their wedding scrapbook
by Pritsonalities and Written in Ink

A Love Written in Ink, Paper Clips and Souvenir Tickets

TV singer-actress Jolina Magdangal and Rivermaya’s drummer and founding member Mark Escueta tied the knot yesterday, November 21, 2011 at 3:30 PM in a Christian ceremony held in Splendido, Tagaytay City.

Their wedding invitation, which is a 28-paged personalized scrapbook intricately crafted by sister companies Printsonalities and Written in Ink (Wink), contained not just the details of their wedding but a sneakpeak of their story as a couple.

The scrapbook wedding invitation had photos of the couple from childhood to their travels together as a couple, intimate photos of their families, entourage and souvenir items and meaningful snapshots that tell of their love and friendship. The said scrapbook invitation also includes replicas of their plane tickets/boarding passes, movie and theme park tickets which were all weaved seamlessly with the travel photos of the couple.

Mark and Jolina wedding dress code
Mark and Jolina wedding dress code
Scrapbook by Pritsonalities and Written in Ink

Other interesting details of their scrapbook invitation were paper clips shaped into their initials J♡M and another one that formed the word “love” which were done by Jolina and Mark themselves, yes all 300 of them. :) The scrapbook is full of the couple’s personal hand-written notes to the members of their entourage and a paper doll illustration of their color motif, turquoise and coral, which they wanted their guests to wear on their wedding day. :)

Jolina has ten bridesmaids which include celebrities Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo and newlywed Kyla. Mark, on the other hand, has twenty groomsmen, which include Bamboo, some of his current Rivermaya bandmates and Jolina’s brother Athan. Some of the principal sponsors include singer Jaya, TV actress Beverly Vergel, news anchors Arnold Clavio and Mel Tiangco and politicians Franklin Drilon, Ronaldo Puno and Gibo Teodoro.