The Birth of Something Totally Rebellious

A little bit of perspective is in order. I truly believe, that to fully appreciate something, whatever it may be, it is important to know the insights and stories behind it. So, for better appreciation on why we were suddenly compelled to create this blog, let's read this:

On Feb. 15, 2011 and on June 4, 2011, I got married twice (a third on the way), and called myself a "Rebellious Bride", and the results were a little something like this:

The Bora Hop by Jason Magbanua

The Brunch by Ian Cruz

Mica on the other hand, is getting married this September in a "secret, undisclosed" venue. All I know is that her wedding is inspired by The Little Rascals and that Mica and Marc (her fiance), came out with a wicked prenup shoot w/ ultimate Rebellious Gang, MangoRed. 

Mango Red 2011-2012 Album Series

Mica and I are quite proud of the fact na may sayad kami sa utak. I don't know if it's because of years and years of being exposed to the magazine and advertising industry, or that we just happened to have acquired this "abnormality"

But because of our rebelliousness, we receive constant calls (parang wedding hotline), for wedding planning advice. We were even hired to develop creative wedding concepts by a soon-to-wed couple! (if interested email us! hehe) Once I was asked to create a blog out of "Rebellious Bride" but at that time, I didn't think of it that much. But Mica and I are just oooozing with all these rebellious ideas and are very supportive of the Philippine Wedding Industry so we've finally decided to go ahead and finally start this blog. 

So there you have it folks. The story of why we created the Rebellious Bride blog. And now you know. 

Kai :)

Kai and Mica. Rebellious Brides.
Spreading irreverence.
One rebellious bride at a time =P


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