R & J Wedding Highlights

Since I have been MIA (guilty!) for a long time, back posts would be the ongoing subjects here. So for today, I’ll be sharing with you some of the highlights in our wedding. For the first part, here are some shots by our photographer, Raymond Fortun Photography.

(photo grabbed from facebook)

(photo grabbed from facebook)

(photo grabbed from facebook)

(photo grabbed from facebook)

(photo grabbed from facebook)

(photo grabbed from facebook)

(photo grabbed from facebook)

You can see the complete set here, here, here and here. 🙂

Now, for our SDE, made by our videographer, Zoombox Weddings. Well, I just cried after we watched it again few days after our wedding. Maybe because it only came to me that time that we’re already married.

Wedding at the Central United Methodist Church

After my second fitting with Hana, sorry I chose not to share it at this time, we went straight to Central UMC.

Our purpose of going there is to clarify some things like the flower arrangement, the liturgy, the administrating pastor, etc.

Upon reaching CUMC, we were surprised that there will a wedding. Instant ocular!

basic flower arrangement

basic flower arrangement

After, we went to the office to talk to Ms. Babes, the coordinator. But she is on leave. Good thing that Ate Jenny is kind enough to entertain us. Though she cannot answer all, at least some of the major concerns were addressed. I was saddened that Bishop Cerrie won’t be really administrating our wedding because of his assignment to Mindanao. Oh well. For the flowers, there’s upgrade available at a cost. They don’t allow outside florist, it’s a case to case basis. More appropriate to say is they don’t allow flower arranging to be done at the church. Pwede raw salpak lang nang salpak. The liturgy that Ms. Babes gave me before is the exact liturgy to be used, we just have to reproduce it.  We will coming back again to have a more detailed discussion with Ms. Babes.

Since, we’re already there and a wedding is about to start, we stayed. Ate Jenny invited us to come inside the church so we could watch it closely. To avoid attention, we stayed at the balcony. Then the ceremony began.

I noticed too many glitches in this wedding. So I was like – ayoko ng ganyan, gusto ko ng ganito, ay bakit ganyan? bakit ganun? ay bakit walang upuan ang couple? bakit nagbasa lang ang pastor? bakit ang bilis?. The sounds administrator and the wedding singer heard me, said that it’s normal for a Chinese wedding but if it’s a Filipino it’s totally different. Hay buti na lang.

We left after the recession. On to our next destination – airport to fetch Daddy and do a little shopping at Duty Free. Wheeeee!!!

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