Last October 28, the BridalBook team was invited to "Marry Me at Marriott: A Grand Bridal Show" at Marriott Manila. The grand event, essentially celebrated three occasions: the preview of Marriott Manila's Grand Ballroom, the new Lauriat menu by executive Chef Law Wui Wing, and fashion designer Frederick Peralta's latest bridal collection in time for his 30th anniversary in the fashion industry.

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The night started with an incredible 13-course Lauriat gala dinner.
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Chef Law Wui Wing prepared a scrumptious meal of steamed pink Garoupa fish.
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Frederick Peralta stunned us by showcasing his timeless and avant-garde collection. Romance and elegance came together in this exquisite serpentine gown.
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Liz Almoro, one of Frederick's closest friends, looked breathtaking in this grand ball gown.

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This dainty 20s-inspired number channeled an elegant vintage vibe.


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Contemporary meets classic in this textured Greco-Roman wedding gown, which featured a jeweled neckline.


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This charming ecru mermaid-cut gown featured a ruffled skirt and a glittered bodice.

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A dramatic four-layered skirt made this ensemble stand out.

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The modern bride would love this butterfly-printed silk gown.
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Wilma Doesnt closed the show with a show-stopping black number with a matching black tulle veil and peplum skirt.
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A ceremonial toast was held to culminate the event with Executive Chef Meik Brammer, Executive Chinese Chef Law Wui Wing, Director of Food and Beverage Brendan Mahoney, Director of Marketing Cristy Carreon, Director of Marketing Communications Michelle Garcia, Frederick Peralta and General Manager Bruce Winton.
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