Kyan and Ivy
“It was April of 2013 when I first met you. I didn’t know at that very moment when we were in Europe and doing our pilgrimage that my prayers were finally answered. The man that I’ve been praying for all my life is right there standing in front of me.”
Ah the magic of love.
And Kyan and Ivy’s wedding? Magical.
Erwin and Sam
“Sam, actually I promised myself I wouldn’t cry when I see you pass through those doors but, uhm, I really tried my best not to pero when I saw you, when I saw the doors open, I just realized then and there that today is truly the day that I get to spend the rest of my life with my best friend and the mother of my future children and for that I’m very grateful.”
Yet another reason why the bridal walk is such a highlight of a wedding — the sudden rush of overwhelming emotions that the groom (and, obviously, the bride) experience.
Meynard and Victoria
With constant rainfall, the weather’s been dark and gloomy for the few days — just like it was in Meynard and Victoria’s wedding day. That could seriously dampen the mood but it did not. There were nothing but smiles and laughter (and some tears in between). They were carefree. They were enjoying the moment.
They were in-love.
Chris and Anna
“Asking you to be with me ten years ago was the easiest decision I have ever made in my life. And today, I’ve made the best decision.”
It all started with Chris’ parents’ 25th wedding anniversary. It then followed by his brother’s wedding. Now, here we are again, covering another Limchoc wedding. Maybe we’re part of that decision. Maybe we’re doing something right.
Nikko and Joana
“Exciting kung sabay uli tayong maglaro ng Playstation. Kahit mag-asawa na tayo, baby, tandaan mo, ako pa rin ang lifetime buddy mo, best friend mo. Game na!”
And, fittingly, Nikko received a “gamer’s showcase” — PS4, games… the works! Plus he got something else that made him forget about PS4.