I personally think, well, - We, have been truly blessed this 2012; our daughter was born, we have transferred into our mini home, and yeah even erected our first Christmas tree! Because of all these blessings, i believe there is nothing more beautiful to top it with a wedding.
Last December 12, 2012, Pastor Y and Judy finally exchanged vows in front of their family and friends - the vow that Pastor Y have been waiting for to say since 1999. Yes, 1999.
Back in 1999, Pastor Y wrote a letter during a workshop/seminar for Judy - the activity saying write a letter to your partner. In that letter, he wrote his vow, his wishes, dreams and how he would like to spend his life with Judy. I thought how amazing it was that he already knew, back then, that he was going to spend the rest of his life with Judy. Its just amazing how God shapes our universe and our lives that Pastor Y had that divine thing in his heart.
Fast forward, this vow, this letter he made back in 1999 is still the same vow he spoke during their wedding ceremony. While Pastor Y was saying his vows, you can't help but notice the sparkle from Judy's eyes, how beautiful she looked and how she just adore the man before her.
On the other hand, during their wedding preparation, Judy was the calm one. When I entered her suite, everything was laid out in one place - a candy eye to us photographers- she was compressed and in her wrobe. Her nails were beautifully manicured and she had this calmness in her that made you say "you are the perfect bride!". By the way, Judy is, herself, a wedding planner, that is why everything was ironed out and she and Pastor were truly hands on to their DIY's. Im proud to say that most you see in their wedding was their hand crafted projects and it just turned very well.
So, here you go and I hope you feel the love and that, indeed, true love waits.
Gown: Desiree Joy Genil (Design by the bride)
Suit: RC Fifth Avenue
HMU: Joseph Antonio Tejada
Bouquet: Acosta Flower Shop
Florist: Victoria Calamro Flower Farm
Preps: Circle Inn
Ceremony: The Roadhouse, Emilion
Officiating Minister: Stanley Clyde Flores
Invitations: Photoline (layout by Joy Tababa)
Bridal car: Rodevi Malagad