Weddings expert Marbee Go, known for her work as editor-in-chief of travel and wedding magazines for 10 years, has launched a specially curated website made for the wedding industry.
Launched after the debut of Go’s curated bridal fair, “Inspired Beginnings,” Bridespeak.com was born from her experience in the field, providing an avenue for creatives in the wedding industry to flourish, for established personalities to serve as an inspiration to a new generation of practitioners, and for young blood to find a space to showcase their work.
“Bridespeak was envisioned as a carefully curated space that highlights the best in the weddings industry, whether that’s someone who’s had decades to perfect their craft or is fresh to the circle,” shared Go.
“It’s all about celebrating creativity and giving brides the chance to find the right people to help them make sure their special day turns out perfectly.”
Since its launch, Bridespeak has done editorial pieces on industry collaborators such as celebrity stylist Teddy Manuel’s Filipiniana-inspired work, from the tablescapes to the décor, as well as on destination prenuptial photo shoots like Jasmine Maierhofer and Angelo Patrimonio’s in Culion, Palawan.
“Weddings have always been very close to my heart,” shared Go. “I wouldn’t have allowed myself to become this immersed in this world if they weren’t, and I’m grateful I get to do what I’m passionate about with like-minded people.”
Go added, “We have so much lined up for Bridespeak in the months to come. Expect unique editorials, surprising new talents, breathtaking destinations, and so much more. We’re very excited to show you how Bridespeak goes above and beyond to offer bespoke options for every kind of bride.”
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