Hello! We’re a little busy right now preparing for a Black & White party tonight. Actually, it’s been all about black and white around here the past weeks, with everyone doing a little something for tonight’s special event. (And yes, we thought we’d dress up our… Read More »Black & White Party Tonight, BRB!
Yes, Josiah is The Josiah in "Josiah's Catering". And no, their parents weren't playing favorites when they named their business after their youngest son. It's just that, Josiah was born on the same year Josiah's Catering was born, and it made sense to name the business after him. He graduated Ateneo de Manila with a degree in Business Management, and is currently Josiah's Catering's Operations Manager.
First of all, I’m not getting married yet, at least not soon, so please, NO TEASING. Second of all, hello, I’m Josiah, and I was tasked by my sister to blog here today. Don’t worry, she didn’t have to pull my arm and leg, there were no creatures harmed in the making of this blog post. In fact, it got me excited, the idea of myself becoming a “blogger” (dream come true, LOL, kidding). Mostly, I just love talking about music and discovering new songs.
Besides, it’s the weekend! It’s the time of the week when we can set aside work stuff, breathe, listen to music, and talk about things that we love.
So. That said, let’s talk about wedding playlists. (Dun-dun!)
If I ever get married, I’m pretty sure I would spend a lot of time thinking about the songs that would be played on that special day. I think someone’s choice of music says a lot about that person’s story, and surely this principle applies to couples and weddings, too.
Often, the wedding playlist is the last item to be ticked off in the wedding checklist. Many couples set aside this item for later in favor of other seemingly more important wedding details. I honestly think this shouldn’t be the case. I think the wedding playlist should be given more careful thought, especially since music can totally set the mood and add personality to your event. Read More »When I Get Married, These 5 Songs Will be in my Wedding Playlist