Saturday, September 22, 2018

SM City Clark hosts Dream Themes 2018

SM CITY Clark and Philippine-based magazine Wedding Essentials, over the weekend launched the Pampanga-leg of Dream Themes 2018, a bridal roadshow featuring the province’s talented event stylists and designers.

SM City Clark assistant mall manager Ryan Pamintuan shared that the mall is privileged to host for the first time the acclaimed event which will run until Friday, September 7.

“It is our pleasure to welcome here at SM City Clark, the first provincial leg of Dream Themes, a pioneering series of wedding exposition which showcases luxe tablescapes, classic and avant-garde bridal wear, and other wedding suppliers, bringing it closer to shoppers, and inspiring them in creating their own dream weddings,” he said.

“We are honored to partner with the premier wedding magazine in the country, the Wedding Essentials, in celebrating the Filipino ingenuity and creativity through the vision of our very own Kapampangan event stylists and sought-after designers,” he added.

Included in this year’s line up of exhibitors are stylists Pancho Pantig of Plumeria, Janette Garbes of The Flower Garden, Allen Uy and JP de Jesus of Blooms 2710, Badang Rueda of Victorian Blooms; designers Mich Viray, Jojo Macapinlac, Frederic Policarpio, Glen Canlas; cake suppliers The Cake Giant, Bread O’Baking, For Heaven’s Cake by by A, Guilty Pleasures by Finn; and renowned event coordinator Voltaire Zalamea.

Moreover, SM affiliates SM Home and SM Gift Registry are also part of the expo, offering soon-to-weds and their guests a wide selection of accessories and wedding gifts.

Wedding Essentials editor-in-chief Kitten Zapata noted that she values SM City Clark’s support for the annual wedding fair.

“We’re very happy to partner with SM’s Regional Group here, they are very accommodating and we are grateful to them for giving us the opportunity to gather the emerging and up-and-coming wedding professionals in the province,” she relayed.

“Personally, I love Pampanga and I really admire the works of the Kapampangans. We’re very proud to promote them as it is really our thrust to help local suppliers and recommend their creations and services for future grooms and brides,” she concluded.