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Nice Print Photo Company is one of the leading, fast-rising companies in Digital Photo and Video Services. Consistently in the TOP 5 bookers in Wedding Expo Philippines and Philippie Wedding Summit, biggest bridal fair in the country organized by Themes & Motifs, we give only the best quality and value-for money services.

Our company's primary business line is Photo Developing and Printing. We operate a total of 15 Konica Photo Express outlets, enabling us to lower our rates, since we print our own photos.

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Personalized service is key for Nice Print Photography

Publish On 2010-03-01 , 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines - Out of all the photographers and videographers exhibiting at a bridal fair, how do you choose the best? A rule of thumb is to go by experience – other people’s experience, that is. Referrals and word-of-mouth will tell you just exactly how a photo and video company performed during work. Details such as service, finished product and extras count, too.

Among the photo and video companies in town, one firm has received high marks from happy couples but the bridal industry, too. The company promises not just nice prints but personalized service, as well. It is called Nice Print Photography.

Nice Print Photography’s Charisse Tinio takes pride in the hands-on personalized service she offers her clients to answer any of their questions. Whether they are based here or abroad, they are sure to get a quick reply. “I personally answer all the e-mails I get guaranteed within 24 hours, and I get around 200 e-mails a day,” says Tinio. “Many of the brides we have worked with, especially those who are working abroad and are getting married here, appreciate our prompt service. And if you look at my brochures, the cell phone number there is my own number. If they have any concerns regarding their arrangements, I will take their call any time of day.”

This March, Nice Print Photography has tied up with Themes & Motifs to present this year’s Wedding Expo Philippines, which is dubbed “Awesome Wedding Wonderland.” Themes & Motifs has assembled more than 300 bridal suppliers to exhibit in a 500-square-meter exhibition area, the biggest ever space assigned since the fair was started in 2005. The event will be held at the PICC Forum, CCP complex from March 13 to 14.

Since Nice Print Photography opened in 2005, it has already been recognized by the wedding industry for its outstanding service. Among awards it has received are W@W Top 10 Supplier for 2008, Top 2 Overall Booker for Wedding Summit Bridal Fair by Themes and Motifs, and Overall Top Booker for Wedding Library Fair in 2009.

Nice Print Photography has a long list of satisfied clients from both here and abroad. Aside from the United States, where it has opened an office just to address the demand of Filipino and Latino couples there, it has also served clients in Canada, Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore. This May, it will be attending to the needs of its first client in London, a first for the company.

While Nice Print Photography has other clients, 95 percent of its business comes from weddings. Considering how demanding bridal shoots are, Tinio has trained her staff to be up-to-date with their techniques and in the use of equipment. Clients are assured of only the best images to document your event.  (source: click here)


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On Spotlight: Charisse Tinio of Nice Print Photo

Publish On 2014-02-21 , 2:02 AM

She talks a mile a minute and one wonders where she gets all that energy. She’s at the top of her league having built her business Nice Print from scratch a mere five years ago. Charisse Tinio was born to a family of successful entrepreneurs. She had no choice but to follow in their footsteps; it was simply in her genes. After graduating from de La Salle major in European studies, she spent a few years at the Mandarin Oriental Manila in customer service where she picked up the best training, she says, in dealing with clients.

At a very young age, she decided to operate her own business, acquiring eight Konica Photo Express franchises with her boyfriend (now husband) as partner. Even her mom who is known to be a risk taker as far as business in concerned is no match to her aggressiveness. But the time would come when she knew she had to create her own company which became Nice Print specializing in wedding photography, and soon enough getting known as the Wedding Photographer to the Stars.

It helped that Claudine Barretto was a close friend, who helped open doors for her. But Charisse stresses that she had to show those clients she was worthy of that trust. She was wedding photographer for top celebrities like Ogie and Regine, John and Priscilla, plus so many others like Kyla, Juris, Jenny Miller, Jenny Hernandez, Say Alonzo, and Love Añover. She has even covered their children’s parties. It is obvious, stresses Charisse, that her market will extend not only to the children, but children’s children, so it is important that she does her job well, show her clients they are important to her. Little gestures like texting “Happy Wedding Anniversary” messages go a long way for her.  

Nice Print constantly improves its services from Pre-Nuptial shoots, to the newest offering called Style Diaries where the pampered bride-to-be feels and looks like one of those celebrities Charisse services for an unbelievably reasonable rate. Check out the following sites for complete list of services and prices: 





email: inquiry@niceprintphoto.com

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mobile: 0917-7964549

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Top 10 Ang Pinaka: Bonggang Wedding Ideas

Publish On 2013-06-13 , 2:04 AM

To chaperon in a ‘marry’ month of June, GMA News TV’s award-winning info-tainment countdown uncover lists down a tip 10 ‘Ang Pinaka’ Bonggang Wedding Ideas for couples formulation to tie a tangle in fantastic fashion.

Radio DJ Nicole Hyala, marriage photographer Charisse Tinio, and marriage planner/coordinator Christine Ong-Te assimilated horde Rovilson Fernandez as guest panelists for this special episode.

Make your  “I do’s” noted with these Team Pinaka-approved marriage ideas:

10. Photobooth

Photobooths come in all shapes and sizes, and customarily come with both a tarpaulin backdrop and an array of wigs, hats, feathers, glasses, and boas that guest can enclose for dumb pictures.

In today’s selfie-obsessed culture, photobooths are a crafty approach to both entertain marriage guests, and leave them with fun, affordable souvenirs.

9. Games

Tired of a aged garter and fragrance toss? DJ Nicole Hyala recommends this fun turn on a classical tradition: Attach ribbons of varying lengths to a fragrance and let a singular ladies any lift a ribbon. The lady who gets a longest badge wins a bouquet.

For something unequivocally new, marriage photographer Charisse Tinio suggests a doubt and answer diversion in that all guest can participate. Guests can be divided into “Team Groom” and “Team Bride.” Both teams will have placards to lift in response to questions like “Sino sa tingin n’yo ang mas matagal magprepare sa umaga?”

As for prizes, if we have additional cash, gadgets are a certain approach to inspire participation.

8. Souvenirs and Giveaways

Gone are a days of run-down figurines, clear bells, capiz fans and other marriage giveaways that customarily accumulate dirt in a house. Now, unsentimental and applicable weddings souvenirs are some-more popular. Our guest panelists suggest bride-and-groom-shaped salt and peppers shakers, booze bottles with customized print labels, or cake in a jar.

7. Wedding Entrance

Photo pleasantness of Joey Boquiren 

To start your marriage with a bang, try one of these artistic and thespian entrances: Have your flower lady reason a poster with a pointer “Here comes a bride!”; journey into your accepting on a Harley Davidson with your hubby or wife; or classify a host dance routine.  

6. Wedding Dance

Photo pleasantness of DJ Nicole Hyala

The newlyweds’ initial dance is one of a many awaited moments in a wedding, and is traditionally hold towards a finish of a program. But nowadays, says Charisse Tinio, couples like to have their initial dance during a commencement of a event, so it can be enclosed in a on-site video.

Christine Ong-Te celebrated that host dances, in that a marriage environment dances with couple, are now also practiced.

5. Wedding Cake

Photo pleasantness of Hearts and Bells

In a ancient days, marriage cakes were customarily usually plain white and comprised of 4 to 5 layers of cake and styrofoam. But a series of marriage cake innovations have emerged in new years. In one renouned trend, hundreds of cupcakes are layered one on tip of a other to form a cupcake tower. There are also engineer cakes as seen on baking shows like Cake Boss and Fabulous Cakes.

4. Invitations

Photo pleasantness of DJ Nicole Hyala

Wedding invites used to demeanour like a apart cousin of a diploma, with their grave design, use of vellum paper, and calligraphy font. Couples these days, however, have turn artistic with their invites.

DJ Nicole Hyala recalls once receiving a disposable camera as a marriage invitation. Christine Ong-Te once perceived invitations done like passports that enclosed pop-ups for a 3D effect.

As for Charisse Tinio, zero beats a scrapbook invitation she once done for a client. “It was 15 pages na nagpapakita ng kanilang adore story,” she recalls.

3. Wedding Videos

Video pleasantness of Nice Print Photography

During a VHS era, couples had to wait weeks before they could watch their edited marriage videos. Now, videographers can simply revise marriage videos “on-site” or during a eventuality itself.

Another new creation in marriage videos is a “save-the-date” video, that infrequently looks some-more like a stylish TV blurb or neat film teaser.

2. Prenup Pictorial

Photo pleasantness of Nice Print Photography

For couples who don’t have a bill for a “save-the-date” video, a prenup impressive serves not customarily as a teaser for a wedding, though some-more importantly, as a exam fire and operation for a large day.

“Dito papa lang makakakuha na sila ng rapport sa kanilang photographer,” explains Charisse Tinio. “Nagkakaalaman na sila ng ugali.”

“‘Yung integrate nagkakaroon ng thought how to face a camera para alam nila kung paano sila magpo-pose,” adds Christine Ong-Te.

1. Wedding Theme

Photo pleasantness of Edward dela Cuesta Photography

Wedding themes now go over a choice of colors. Couples these days are some-more daring, pulling off Star Wars-inspired, Lord of a Rings-inspired, and Hello Kitty-inspired weddings.

From a invitation to a marriage attire, couples make certain that their personalities–their work, favorite hobbies, and aspirations, among others–are reflected in a theme.

Watch “Ang Pinaka” each Sunday during 6:30 PM on GMA News TV, or follow a uncover on Facebook and Twitter.

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Nice Print Photography

Publish On 2013-08-02 , 2:05 AM

I remember when the world of weddings was all I could think about. I used to be the editor-in-chief of Metro Weddings. Though I only did four issues/two years, I met some of my best friends there. It was wonderful. But I quickly outgrew it. I think after you become a bride, you move on to decorating your home and for some, being a mom. But I do remember all the lovely shoots and concept weddings we created and styled. Now that I see how huge and successful the wedding industry is, a part of me wishes I had stayed on.

A friend of mine, Charisse Santillan-Tinio, who I met through Urban Zone when we featured her house, is doing quite well in the wedding industry. She used to own a few photo labs. But when people stopped having photos printed, she shifted her business to photography services. Now,  Nice Print Photography & Exige Weddings is one of the most popular choices of celebrities for their weddings. Check out the albums of Carmina and Zoren, John and Priscilla, Ogie and Regine among a few.

 Zoren Legaspi and Carmina Villaroel’s wedding video by Nice Print Photography.

This is the bridal lounge of Nice Print Photography & Exige Weddings at Unit 206 Emerald Place, 604 Shaw Boulevard. It was designed by Grupo Santamaria. You may see more photos of the lounge here.

They have created a one-stop shop for everything wedding. Here is a wall of album samples.

Hanging on the wall is the famous couple Regine Velasquez and Ogie Alcasid.

Regine Velasquez-Alcasid at Nice Print weeks after giving birth.

The bridal showroom was also visited by Kyla and Rich Alvarez.

Another Nice Print bride, Priscilla Mireilles.

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And to respond to the needs of their wedding clients, Nice Print Photography set up a photo studio for creative pregnancy shots and baby portraits. It is at SM Mega Mall 5th Floor Building B.

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Some samples of the studio photos hang on display at the studio.

Makes me wish I did some of these studio shots for my babies.

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One month old baby. Awwww… I miss babies!


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Here’s another cutie pie with his rubber duckie.

Cuteness overload.

Interesting father-sons photo.

Nice Print Photography & Exige Weddings
Unit 206 Emerald Place 604 Shaw Boulevard, 1100 Mandaluyong
+632-6365505 / 6333812 / 6385206/ +639178642377 (call only)

Nice Print Photo Studio
SM Mega Mall
5th Floor Building B


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Call them "wedding suppliers to the stars"

Publish On 2011-11-13 , 2:06 AM

By Joy Rojas
Philippine Daily Inquirer

When Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez tied the knot almost a year ago, it was as much of a celebration for the show-biz couple’s families, friends and fans, as it was for the suppliers who made the day a truly memorable event.

Print Divas, the design and print company responsible for the couple’s invitation, produced the ultimate souvenir, with its use of elegant fonts and clean layouts, as well as dreamy photos of a very much in love Alcasid and Velasquez in Terrazas de Punta Fuego.

The same classy treatment was seen in the February 2011 wedding invitation of actor-host John Estrada and Miss Earth 2004 Priscilla Meirelles. A stylized script typeface and pictures of Estrada and Meirelles in the happiest of times at the beach reflected the couple’s obvious joy and affection for each other.


Owned and operated by Ther Galang and Charisse Tinio, Print Divas has since expanded its services from digital flat press and offset printing to graphic design and pre-press processes like conceptualization, layout and typesetting.  Its expertise has grown as well: after making a mark in the business for its social stationeries and unique wedding and birthday invites, Print Divas now creates brochures, calling cards, folders, catalogues, flyers, posters and other print requirements.


The stunning photos of the celebrity couples were provided by Nice Print, a digital photo and video services provider launched by Tinio and a lean team of three in 2005.

Establishing itself as a developer and printer of photographs, the company eventually found its niche in weddings—a huge market that would spur its speedy growth. Now with a team of 45 photographers, videographers, film editors and layout artists. Nice Print operates 15 digital photo laboratories using top-of-the-line equipment from Nikon and Sony.

Tinio’s personalized approach to clients and her crew’s painstaking attention to detail have made Nice Print a sought-after name in major bridal fairs, including the Wedding Expo Philippines and the Philippine Wedding Summit. It also received recognition as one of Wedding At Work’s top 10 suppliers and The Wedding Library’s top booker in 2008 and 2009, respectively.

Meanwhile, word about its exceptional work has spread beyond these shores; Nice Print boasts bookings with British, Latino, Vietnamese and Chinese clients, as well as wedding coverages in the US, Canada, France, UK, Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore.

Of course, the jobs we’re most familiar with are their celebrity portraits, and judging from the inspiring images of Alcasid and Velasquez, Estrada and Meirelles, and other couples in wedded bliss (R’n’B singer Kyla with her basketball player beau Rich Alvarez, actress Say Alonzo and Ryan Tordesillas, and acoustic MYMP singer Juris with her non-showbiz boyfriend), it’s clear that Nice Print knows exactly how to capture love.

Visit Print Divas at 301 Emerald Place Bldg., Shaw Blvd., Pasig; call 3831431 and 0918-5236278, e-mail inquiry@niceprintphoto.com.

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