Inspired by Google Doodles, W@W will display a modified logo in its homepage header from time-to-time to commemorate a certain event relevant to the Philippines, to weddings, to causes we support or to the site in general. This page will serve as a gallery of sorts of the various logos we have made (more W@W Logos are displayed in our Community page).

Happy Valentine! Happy Valentine! Have your ordered your flowers for Valentine’s Day? How many? What color? Some say giving flowers speak a thousand words, but what do these say exactly? We want to share to all men out there the meaning and language of flowers so that they will be guided about their choice of blooms they’ll give their significant others on the 14th. Have a romantic Valentine!
Kung Hei Fat Choy! Kung Hei Fat Choy! 2008 is a good year to get married. As today’s the eve of Chinese New Year, we’re officially announcing that we have just posted the 2008 Auspicious Wedding Dates based on feng shui. If you are yet to choose a wedding date, it may serve as your guide. If your chosen wedding day isn’t on the list, don’t fret. We don’t have the last say on these matters. With those who value Chinese Astrology, nothing beats a trusted feng shui master to give a more accurate reading for the soon-to-weds. :)
WELCOME 2008! Welcome 2008! We had a blast in 2007 and we’re positive that the new year would even be a better year for all of us. To welcome it, limited copies of the 2008 W@W Desktop Gallery (XOXO – hugs & kisses) are available for sale at the Filipinas Heritage Library (across Manila Pen) and at the Wedding Library (SM North Edsa & Megamall). Both of us here at WeddingsAtWork.com wish you much hugs & kisses this Season and all the best in the coming year!
Maligayang Pasko! Maligayang Pasko! Here’s wising all of you a blessed and meaningful Christmas!
Happy Halloween! Happy Halloween!!! What does a wedding got to do with Halloween? Take a look at this video clip to find out. Here, the newlyweds, together with their wedding entourage, prepared a surprise dance number for all the guests to see.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Are you in the Pink of Health? October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In the Philippines, breast cancer is the number 1 killer among women. In fact, compared to the rest of Asia, we have the most number of breast cancer cases. What’s more alarming is that cases of women in their 30s are becomming common. Early detection is the key in fighting the Big C. The good news is women find 90% of breast lumps on their own. The bad news is that it’s estimated that only 33% of women actually perform routine Breast Self Exam (BSE). BSE should be performed on a monthly basis. For pre-menopausal women, the ideal time is 5-7 days after the last day of the menstrual period because this is the time when breasts are least lumpy and tender. This makes BSE more comfortable and also reduces the likelihood of a false alarm due to the finding of a lump resulting from cyclic changes.
Holy Week WeddingsAtWork.com joins the entire Christian world in the observance of Holy Week.
Kung Hei Fat Choy! Kung Hei Fat Choy! Happy Chinese New Year! To welcome the Year of the Pig, we present to you the Auspicious Wedding Dates for 2007 based on the Chinese Almanac. And since Chinese-Filipino weddings are usually more elaborate, we have formed the W@W-kan chiu eGroup and published “My Little Kan Chiu Book“. We now also have a separate Ting Hun (Chinese Engagement) category in our online directory. Khiong Hee!
Happy Valentine! Happy Valentine! Have your ordered your flowers for Valentine’s Day? How many? What color? Some say giving flowers speak a thousand words, but what do these say exactly? We want to share to all men out there the meaning and language of flowers so that they will be guided about their choice of blooms they’ll give their significant others on the 14th. Have a romantic Valentine!
Mabuhay ka, Manny! Mabuhay ka, Manny Pacquiao!
Easter Greetings! Are you in the Pink of Health? October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In the Philippines, breast cancer is the number 1 killer among women. In fact, compared to the rest of Asia, we have the most number of breast cancer cases. What’s more alarming is that cases of women in their 30s are becomming common. Early detection is the key in fighting the Big C. The good news is women find 90% of breast lumps on their own. The bad news is that it’s estimated that only 33% of women actually perform routine Breast Self Exam (BSE). BSE should be performed on a monthly basis. For pre-menopausal women, the ideal time is 5-7 days after the last day of the menstrual period because this is the time when breasts are least lumpy and tender. This makes BSE more comfortable and also reduces the likelihood of a false alarm due to the finding of a lump resulting from cyclic changes.
Easter Greetings! Go San Beda Fight! Having met back in college through school activities, San Beda figured in our beginnings as a couple. As founders of this site, W@W supports the San Beda Red Lions team in their quest for this year’s NCAA Senior Basketball Championship! GO SAN BEDA FIGHT!!!
Easter Greetings! Easter Greetings, everyone!
April Fooled yah! April Fooled yah! On the April 1, 2005 and also this year, surfers who accessed www.weddingsatwork.com were automatically redirected to our ‘mirror site’. In internet parlance, the term refers to a site which is an exact replica of the original site but on a different server. We played on this concept, except instead of an exact replica, we designed a mirror image of the site. Our inspiration for this witty idea has been elgooG which is a more elaborate and sophisticated ‘mirror’ of Google. It got ALL of Google’s page backwards! When one does a search, the seach word(s) should be backwards too. =) See the search result page for the term krowtasgniddew (that’s ‘weddingsatwork’ backwards!).
Yabang Pinoy! Opo, Mayabang kami! “Ipinagyayabang namin ang ating likas na pagmamahal sa kulturang Pinoy! Ang mga tradisyon at ritwal ng isang modernong kasalang Pilipino ay patunay sa ating pagpapahalaga sa nakaraan at pagkilala sa mga kagawiang sariling atin!”Ikaw, mayabang ka rin ba?
Kung Hei Fat Choy! Kung Hei Fat Choy! Happy Chinese New Year! To welcome the Year of the Dog, we again highlight the various efforts W@W has made in assisting soon-to-wed Tsinoy couples. Since Chinese-Filipino weddings are usually more elaborate, we have formed the W@W-kan chiu eGroup and published “My Little Kan Chiu Book“. We now also have a separate Ting Hun (Chinese Engagement) category in our online directory. Khiong Hee!
Love is Blind Love is Blind Louis Braille (January 4, 1809 – January 6, 1852) was the inventor of braille, a world-wide system used by blind and visually impaired people for reading and writing. Braille is read by passing one’s fingers over characters which are made up of an arrangement of one to six embossed points. It has been adapted to almost every known language. (text source: wikipedia)
Virtual Red Ribbon W@W is supporting the World AIDS Day by “wearing” this Virtual Red Ribbon on our site’s logo. www.worldaidsday.org is aiming for 10,000 websites to wear the Virtual Red Ribbon by December 1, 2005. Show your support.
W@W Photo Mosaic W@W Photo Mosaic Mosaic Moments created this one-of-a-kind photo mosaic for W@W composed of pictures of 400+ W@Wies (current members and graduates/soon-to-weds and ‘newlyweds’). It was put up on display last September 3-4, 2005 at the W@W booth during the Wedding Expo. View the photos within the mosaic!
Kung Hei Fat Choy! Kung Hei Fat Choy! Happy Chinese New Year! To welcome the Year of the Rooster, we will highlight the various efforts W@W has made in assisting soon-to-wed Tsinoy couples. Since Chinese-Filipino weddings are usually more elaborate, we have formed the W@W-kan chiu eGroup and published “My Little Kan Chiu Book“. We now also have a separate Ting Hun (Chinese Engagement) category in our online directory. Khiong Hee!
W@W is for Tsinoys too! W@W is for Tsinoys too! To highlight the various efforts of W@W to assist marrying Tsinoy couples, we displayed this W@W logo with sang hee (double happiness) typically seen in traditional Chinese unions. Since Chinese-Filipino weddings are usually more elaborate, W@W came up with the W@W-kan chiu eGroup and “My Little Kan Chiu Book“. Just recently, W@W added a separate Ting Hun (Chinese Engagement) category in its online directory.
Philippines - W@W supports WOW Philippines! W@W supports WOW Philippines! 21 Top Filipino Artists 5 Exciting Recording Days 1 Song About 1 Great Country. Watch the “Biyahe Tayo!” music video.
Philippines - 11th and 12th Pitstop of The Amazing Race W@W with Red & Yellow Route Marker Since the site admins are BIG fans of The Amazing Race, W@W displayed the show’s familiar red and yellow route marker in anticipation of the September 15 & 22, 2004 episodes showing the racers visiting the Philippines. The 11th Pitstop is the Coconut Palace (a popular wedding ceremony and reception venue in Manila) and the 12th is the Lagen Island Resort in Palawan (a local honeymoon destination).
W@W Mock Election W@W Mock Election During the 2004 National Elections, the W@W hosted a mock election for the Presidential and Vice Presidential race. There was no political reason but only to get the general consensus of the W@W Community about the said election with hope for our country’s future.
unveiling soon... W@W Makeover Teaser Ad As Mike Palacios and his team from CelebratedUnion.com began working on W@W’s redesign, we sent out this ‘unveiling soon’ teaser ad to inform all W@Wies, N@Wies and wedding suppliers about the upcoming W@W Bridal Makeover.
WeddingsAtWork.com turns 5ive! W@W 5ive W@W came out with this 5th Anniversary logo to celebrate its being online since 1999. The logo appeared in all collaterals and promotional materials for the W@W Bridal Blowout! held last March 27 at the Fernwood Gardens 2. The W@W 5ive Retrospect video created by Jason Magbanua and featuring some W@Wies, N@Wies and suppliers in this 8.26 minute AVP shown during the our 5th Anniversary Celebration. Watch it now.

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