Thursday, May 05, 2011

Letting Love Grow

Had I not been feeling under the weather last week, I would have loved to get my hands dirty., Summit Media's on-line wedding site celebrated its first year by having a tree-planting activity at the La Mesa Eco Park.

The staff and writers of Bridal Book, photographers, event planners, make-up artists and florists from the wedding industry braved the scorching morning sun and with their gentle hands sowed seedlings of love.

I've been following Bridal Book ever since they started, when there were only a handful of pictures of real brides and a few articles. Now, they have a wealth of wedding memories stored on their site.

Bridal Book is currently the most extensive wedding website in the country with features and photos of every wedding detail possible. Inspiration is just one click away!

Looking for ideas on what to wear for your big day? You can see almost every gown silhouette (a-line, mermaid, tubetop), detail (embellishments, overlays), fabric, veils (cage, classic), shoes (comfy, heeled, color), accessory (feathers, flowers, jewelry), name it!

Bridal book also posts advice from wedding vendors and brides can share ideas and help each other with their wedding preparations through its own online community.

I can't believe MyPhotato can make even these sticks look so pretty.

Being a nature lover myself, it is my fervent wish that more people make an effort to take care of the environment so that the seeds we plant today...

...will become the trees our children will see tomorrow.

Right after the tree-planting, all the guests trooped to lunch prepared by K by Cunanan and Bizu.

First anniversary. Paper. :-)

Happy first anniversary, Bridal Book!

I'm a fan

All photos by MyPhotato

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