Filipino, the national bridal fair road show, had a successful
run in Cebu on the second leg of its tour last August 1 to
3. Venue of the show was Ayala Center Cebu.
three day event at Ayala saw the unfolding of two major fashion
shows by Cebu's more visible/involved designers like Jed Sevilla,
Albert Arriba, Protacio, Harley Ruedas, Jude Elardo, among
others. A mock wedding was also performed to set mood and
tone on the first day.
of shows was the reportedly controversial
five wedding gowns by couturier Jed Sevilla; as
opposed to one gown each by the other designers. Allegedly,
only one gown was permitted per designer. Sevilla; however,
was swamped by floral bouquets by friends and clients at the
Of course, the shows were just icing to the real thing.
heady number of stalls were set up at Ayala's Activity Center
to entice thoseplanning
their own (or other people's weddings) with a plethora of
goods and services that promise to make the preparations simpler,
besides making the event elegant and memorable.
Filipino was the second biggest bridal
fair to hit the metropolis in the last 2 months since the
Month" of June. The Kasalang Filipino road show, in fact,
ends in November
yet (after having had the run of 10 key Philippine cities),
at the San Diego Gardens of Intramuros, Manila.
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