Nov 12

It is often said that, ‘a wedding is a day, a marriage is a lifetime.” In between the day and forever, there are promises to keep, vows to fulfil, and commitments to uphold. Moses and Gail seem to know the secret to strong marriages. They pledge to stay in love daily. For nothing is truer than the future coming to us one day at a time. And loving is a sure way of keeping all the promises made.

Congratulations, Moses and Gail!

Jun 10

Aisle. Altar. Hymn. These are said to be the three key elements of a wedding ceremony. These are things a bride should focus on to brush the jitters away. The aisle refers to the walk. The altar refers to the place of vows. And the hymn is a symbol of celebration. A bride may keep repeating these to herself: Aisle, Altar, Hymn, Aisle, Altar, Hymn, Aisle, Altar, Hymn. But care must be exercised to make sure that the chant does not sound like this – “I’ll alter him.”

This wedding SDE is more about aisle – altar – him. Our bride conquered the aisle as she walked effortlessly in her elegant gown. The priest at the altar was able to establish a connection with the couple. And him? As I once said, real men do cry. I know those were tears of joy.

Congratulations, Arthur and Lea!

Jun 2

Gandhi said, “Where there is love there is life.” I agree! And where there is love, there must be a wedding. Welcome month of June!

Full of life. Teeming with unguarded moments. Overflowing with love. (And you’d even notice an uncluttered Ayala Avenue.) These are just some of the things you’d see from Ryan’s and Faye’s wedding SDE. In this day and age of digital advancement, some things never go out of style. Love is one. Choose love and everything else follows.

Congratulations, Ryan and Faye!

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