As you choose the perfect details for a beautiful wedding, remember that you and your groom need to prepare for a lasting marriage as well. After all, the day you say "I do" is just the beginning of your lives together.

Committed to help brides and grooms strengthen their commitment to each other, the team behind Imagine Nation Photography has organized a marriage workshop for marrying couples. Titled Before and After I Do, the workshop aims to tackle issues that you and your groom will encounter as husband and wife.

The invited speakers are married couples who are wedding experts as well. Ralyn and Mike Pigar of Visions and Ideas Events Management will discuss Made in God's Image; Jet and Boyet Versoza of Josiah's catering will discuss Play the Right Part: Husband & Wife; Karen and Ariel Atendido of The Blushing Bride Coordination will discuss Fill Each Other's Needs; Mye and Alain Siscar of Matus Jewellery will discuss Money Talk: For Better or For Worse; and Monique and John Ong of Imagine Nation Photography will discuss All About Sex, Speak My Language, and Celebrating Differences.


Now on its 18th edition, the workshop will be done in several batches to accommodate more couples. Sessions 1 to 4 will be held on November 8, 2014 from 8am to 5pm at The Blue Leaf Filipinas in Pasay City. Sessions 5 and 6 will be held on November 9, 2014 from 1 to 5pm at the PICC Forum Tent, also in Pasay City. Workshop fee is at PhP1,500 per couple.

Aside from joining the workshop, you may also set a meeting with Imagine Nation Photography to receive a free one-song audio-visual presentation for your wedding day.

For more information about the workshop, click here.

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