Filipino Wedding Vendors at your service at the Wonderful Wedding Show

Filipino Wedding Vendors at your service at the Wonderful Wedding Show

Some Filipino businesses were featured at the recently-held 30th Annual Wonderful Wedding Show at the last January 18-19 at the RBC Convention Centre.

Among who joined are business owners that, of course, offer services for weddings and other events.

Family-owned MYXZ IMAGES, who specializes in event coordination, DJ, photo and video services joined for the first time to highlight the first and only 360 Video Booth in Winnipeg. “We were busy. A lot of people lined up, curious to try our video booth,” shared owner Myra Jacinto.

Cinnaholic Gourmet Cinnamon Rolls that takes cinnamon rolls to gourmet levels was one of the featured sweets provider, with owner Menchie Finlay present to answer questions about their products.

Linda Ramos, owner of Gelyn’s Wedding Lounge was also busy at her booth showing some of their stunning cake designs.

A few business owners who are regular participants at the show were again present this year. Mosaic Event Centre, owned by Darrin Hoffman and Zeny Regalado was one of the featured venue providers. Mosaic features multiple rooms, including a gorgeous chapel, reception hall, foyer and various meeting spaces located on Nairn Ave.

And last but not least, as spotted every year at the show, Aldo Formal Wear by Ken Lozano, wowed the crowd again with his creations during the fashion show. Their collection consists of a tuxedo rental program and a made to measure custom suit program.
The $20,000 Dream Wedding Prize Package was won this year by a Filipino couple named Marianne Campos and Kevin Fauni. Among the wedding professionals who are providing them with wedding services are also Filipino-owned businesses Ann+Co for a month coordination and Parasayo for Seating Chart, both owned by Linger Aragon.

With the Wonderful Wedding Show getting busier each year, many look forward to seeing more Filipino businesses at the biggest wedding event.

Photos by Ron Cantiveros | Filipino Journal