Dean & Dame Wedding Highlights

The cool climate of Baguio and its high altitude did not seem to matter on the exact time that Dean and Dame exchanged their vows. All eyes were on them but their eyes were only for each other. But even as their eyes welled with tears while saying their vows, there was no mistaking that they were truly happy to have found each other.

Wait, I’ll just reach for my Kleenex. [sniff, sniff]

There, I think I made my point across. A couple’s wedding vows, that personal commitment you want to share to the rest of the world, is not only for the newlyweds. It is also for the benefit of the family and friends whom you call to witness your exchange on that day. It is something people look forward to, something to hold on to, and even something you’d want to remind each other, long after the honeymoon stage is gone. Exchange of ‘I love you’? Make it worth living for. Taga mo pa sa bato. Once you do that, don’t forget to cue in a suitable music to guide your emotions. And the rest will spell f-o-r-e-v-e-r.

So when I said in my previous post that this couple pulled out all the stops, I really meant it. And they topped it with a choreographed dance!

Congratulations Dean and Dame!

One Response

  1. safiya Says:

    Wedding day is the very happiest and most precious moment that happened in one’s life.

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