My Yap family had another birthday celebrant last Saturday and I was in charge of the floral arrangement for the party in Old Manila, The Peninsula.
At 7 am, I was at the flower market to get vibrant colors such as red, orange, yellow and white to diffuse. The plan was to create a garden inside the restaurant so I added white lanterns. All the flowers were on clear glass vases. I bought 2 dozen. Anyway, I know I will be able to use them in the future.
At home, it looked like this.
Here's a photo of a table with no flowers, candles and decor.
And with the colorful blooms, candles and lanterns, it looked like this.
2 rows of a 40 seater table. I also added a platter full of macarons from Andreas Pastry for extra cuteness.
The candle holder of Peninsula added a nice touch to the table.
Old Manila's dessert spread.
My Yap Family and the birthday celebrant, Bryan.
Cassandra brings out the birthday cake!
Chase opens and pours a 6 liter Moet and Chandon champagne that Bryan bought at the Pink in Peninsula party auction to help the Breast Cancer Awareness program. What a nice guy.
Soon after, Jasmin jams up with our guitarist and serenades the birthday boy. If she weren't a doctor, she can be a professional singer.
Then Bryan renders a love song with his smooth and beautiful voice.
The party girls.
CYT and Brett strike a pose!
The Checkered Boys in the Hood. They must have talked about their outfits.
We took the party to Salon De Ning where we danced, did shots and took a million photos. These girls couldn't stand their heels and decided to get rid of them as they boogied on down.
The lovebirds, CYT and Law. Sweet no?? :)
Chase and the ladies.
As I was taking most of the photos, these are the few shots/proof that I was really there.
Diana and I.
With my BBFFF, CYT.
Your bloggerina and the Birthday Boy, Bryan.
Forgive me for my red face. 7 shots of Patron can do that to a person.
Happy Birthday Bryan.