Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Rock & Roll 4: The Dice Game by Christine Ong-Te Events

The last quarter of the year is also the busiest months for the events and wedding industry suppliers.  Coincidentally, just before this time, we enjoin our Chinese brothers and sisters in celebrating the Moon Cake Festival prompting wedding and event coordinator Christine Ong-Te to come up with The Rock & Roll dice game in 2009 at the Penthouse Ballroom of Lancaster Suites.  The first one was a huge success that it became the sought after Party before the actual Party Season starts yearly.

Now on its 4th year, the recently opened Blue Leaf Filipinas, from same group behind the popular Blue Leaf Events Pavilion in Taguig served as the venue to more than 300 wedding industry suppliers.  Seeing the place for the first time, one can't help but admire the modern adaptation of Filipino decors that adorns the halls and landscaped courts.  The event hall was made even more lovelier with flowers from Angel of Hearts and the styling by Flowers and Events by Teddy Manuel.

Unlimited food and drinks were provided by one of catering industry institutions, Josiah's.

I brought home a can of Coke, Pringles, Starbucks Drink and the 2nd Prize Cash!

Kadense provided the entertainment, while fun hosts Abet Rana, Jason Magbanua, Jerome Go, and Max Tiu took turns in giving out raffle prizes to lucky winners.  

Attendees were also treated to unlimited booze by Event Shaker, and Photo and Video Booths from Tera, Pose and Print and

Of course the main highlight of the night was the Dice Game.  Guests were grouped into tables with participants not exceeding 12.  Each participant take turns in rolling the 6 dice trying to get the combination that corresponds to a prize.  Some were lucky to bring home the grand prize per table but everybody went home as winners.

Congratulations to Christine Ong Te Events for once again successfully gathering Wedding Industry Suppliers and providing the much needed break and opportunity to socialize before the peak month starts.

Photo from Noel Aranzaso of Pose And Print Photo Booth

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