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Victor Consaga Photography

 

Victor Consaga has been working the Guam wedding scene for many years.  With an impressive resume including contracts with Guam’s premier wedding planning companies and publications in Time and Latte Magazine, any bride would be lucky to have Victor capture their wedding moments.
 
 What do you like best about being a wedding photographer? Sharing the
joy of the couple’s day and creating memorable imagery.
 
What are your favorite Guam spots for wedding shots? What do you love
about being photographer on Guam?
Two Lover’s Point, Cathedral, and Plaza de
Espana. The capturing the natural beauty of the island and the smiles of
friendly people
 
What advice do you give couples before the wedding shoot? Act natural,
don’t be afraid to improvise, and pretend like I’m not there.
 
Have your photographs appeared in any publications? Yes, Latte Magazine,
Pacific Daily News, Time Magazine, Portrait of Guam, Island Time
 
We know that you love photography. What are your other hobbies and
interests?
I like snorkeling, hiking and looking at art of all types.
 
What sets you apart from other photography services? Personal service, professionalism, and creativity.
 
How many weddings do you do in a year?  I average 100 tourist weddings and 10 local weddings
 
What would be your dream photoshoot? I would like to photograph a wedding couple in Italy maybe Venice or Tuscany.
 
What is the price range of your packages? (Note that prices are subject to change)
The average package is $500 to $2400
 
You can find more information about Victor by visiting his website, emailing victorconsaga@gmail.com, or calling him at 671-647-2978
 

 

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Geez, where are you guambride?

Hello everyone! 
 
Sorry I’ve been MIA lately.  I promise I haven’t abandoned this little side project of mine.  I just got really busy with school, moving out of my apartment, and (oh yeah! ) getting ready to go home to Guam.  Wooo hooo.  I’m actually at SEATAC airport using their free wifi to write this post.  Don’t you wish all airports had this?
 
Anyway, please keep checking the website. Depending on how easy it is for me to have internet access on Guam, I’ll be catching up on some posts for sure. 
 
GB

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How to get married on Guam: The Marriage License

I spoke to a good friend of mine who recently tied the knot on Guam.  She was kind enough to lay out the basic steps to obtain a marriage license on our nifty little island. 
 

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yum yum in my tum tum

My late night snack:

 

Hope it tastes good. Frikkin thing costs $.99 a piece “on sale” over here.

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Leavin’ on a jet plane

I get to go home this summer ^_^ Got my ticket.  I was little afraid that my fiancee would get to go home and I’d be stuck far away.  We don’t have the same flight going there which sucks but a long flight alone is a small price to pay to officially start a lifetime with the person I love in front of the people I love.

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I’m so excited….

I’m so scared!  I feel like Jessica Spano in one of my favorite Saved by the Bell episodes. 
 

 
The fiancee got his ticket to Guam.  I’m next.  It really is happening.  We are gonna get married this summer.  I mean, I always fantasize about getting married but now I have to start making concrete plans.  Eeek!

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Fiesta Resort Sunset Beach Package

I found this video on YouTube by djkool410 that features the Fiesta Resort Sunset Beach Package. At the hotel’s website, it lists the package for $599.00 and includes a legal ceremony, fresh flowers, champagne toast, and 1 night at a Jr. suite.
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Make me up!

My usual morning face routine consists of 1) washing thy face and 2) lathering some moisturizer with SPF.  Complicated, I know.  Since I don’t wear makeup on a regular basis, I decided that I don’t want anything too dramatic for the big.  I want a look that’s simple, fresh, and not too caked on.  I want to look like a better version of myself.  Although I do own a few items I am still pretty clueless in the makeup department.  I do know that I want to avoid this:
 

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Weddings in Paradise

Guam PDN’s annual bridal show, Weddings in Paradise, is this Saturday at the Sheraton.  The event is happening from 10 to 5 pm and it’s FFRREEEE!  My fave.  If only I could go.  Then I could track down all these websiteless vendors.  Arrgh, why must Guam be so far away?  They’re even giving away copies of their Guam Bridal Guide magazine.  If you are lucky enough to attend, send some pictures my way!   It’s sure to be loads of fun.
 

Picture taken from Guam PDN’s Bridal Guide

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Bolero Bargain

Do you ever get the feeling that you are in the right place at the right time and the universe is somehow magically aligned to provide you the perfect shopping opportunity?  Today I was strolling with my buddy (shout out to ma girl – I know you read this, lol)  when  lo and behold, I found a bolero on sale at Anthropologie.  At first I wasn’t sure if I completely liked it but after trying it on I thought it was a keeper.
 
If you remember my previous dress post, I am little wary of showing my shoulders and bacne (back + acne) scarred back. 
 
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