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[Press Release] Making Memories and Party Planning – The Rerun!

Due to the success of its first run, Manila Workshops, in partnership with Best for Families Inc., is bringing back the Making Memories and Party Planning Workshop! Through this 2-in-1 session you can learn how to document milestones and important events in your children’s lives, plan for your children’s baptism, and organize memorable birthday parties.

We invite all of you to join us on November 15, 2014, Saturday, 1:00-5:00PM at the #29 1st Street, New Manila, Quezon City.



Our speaker, Michelle Katigbak-Alejandro has always been passionate about creating. Whether as a writer, an editor, or a party stylist, she enjoys putting things together beautifully. The current Editor-in-Chief for Metro Weddings Magazine and a freelance party stylist, Michelle has collectively had over a decade of experience in events. From baptisms to birthdays to weddings, she has seen and participated in every aspect of special celebrations. In 2011 after having given birth to her first child, Michelle began a small party styling business with her good friend called Styled by: Sami & Bella. Their specialty was intimate events with tons of fun details. In early 2014, she merged her boutique styling business with Cuppy Puppy Bakehouse to become a one-stop shop offering both sweets and styling. An eclectic professional at heart, Michelle is constantly looking for ways to push past her boundaries. While writing and editing remain her first and true love she has been enjoying the styling and crafting arena as well. In 2014 she looks forward to more new experiences and definitely many more creative ventures.

Workshop Rates:
Regular Rate – PHP300
Couple’s Rate – PHP500
To sign up for this session, please fill out the registration form below.


Comments

Masshole Mommy said…
This sounds like it is going to be a great workshop. Lots of great information.
Savannah said…
This looks like a lot of fun! I may sign up :)
Bonnie G said…
Sounds like a great workshop. Thanks for sharing.
Unknown said…
Looks like it's going to be a great family friendly event. I think it would be great to learn some new ways to document our children's milestones.
Michele D said…
What a great event! It sounds interesting specially when others love to party plan. Thanks for share!
Andi said…
What a fun combination - don't think I have ever seen sweets coupled with style - I think that is very unique!
Unknown said…
Sounds like a great workshop!
Nina Say said…
Sounds like a very cool event, thanks for sharing.
Nova said…
I would say this is very helpful for those who have struggles with planning such a nice and smooth ways.
brokenteepee said…
It looks like a great event for new parents wanting to learn how to make those all important memory books
Sweepster said…
Sounds like an interesting seminar. I'd join but the material isn't for me.
Unknown said…
This is pretty cool! I love that she pushes her else! I am a designer myself and I love it! Always something fun to make! I wish i could see the webinar but I cant as of right now.
Unknown said…
Sounds like this is going to be an amazing event. I may not be a parent but I do help raise my niece and would love some new tips and suggestions.
Nile Flores said…
Looks like a great event. I hope it goes well since the first one was a success.
Danielle said…
This sounds like a great event! I'd love to see something like this in our local area!
Ben said…
This is a very cool idea. I don't do the party planning in the house, but I'll tell the party planning adviser about this. =D
Unknown said…
This sounds very cool, I'm not big into planning parties myself.
Unknown said…
I love the idea. I love planning parties and documenting every milestone. Even though my baby is 24 years old now, I still plan and document. This way, he can have the memories when he's older.
Ann B said…
Looks like it will be a great workshop. I wish i would have attended one when my kids were little.
Rebecca Swenor said…
This sounds like an awesome event to make memories and parties indeed. I have never been to a workshop like this before. Thanks for sharing.
HilLesha O'Nan said…
What a wonderful opportunity! :)
This looks like an awesome event. Wish I was closer
Unknown said…
sounds like an exciting workshop! I am sure first time mommy party planners will learn a lot form you guys!
Hannah Wood said…
Sounds good could do with this.

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