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Engagement and Wedding

Over a year ago we joined a “Wedding Competition” started by an Auckland-based wedding website. The rules were simple, we just needed to answer and submit a set of questions and our wedding photos respectively. Unfortunately, we didn’t make the cut, it was disappointing but it was a good experience at the same time because when we were going through the questions, we started reminiscing about the history of our relationship up to our wedding day. Today, while browsing through some of our files, I found a copy of the entry that

We started out as school mates, then classmates, then friends, then best friends, then confidantes, then lovers, then partners, and now legally life-long partners (or simply, married 😉 ) We were blessed to have our families, friends, and colleagues with us on our big day. And it felt more complete with the presence of the videographers and photographers from JETMO PROJECT and Ralph Bella Photography. We were confident that, despite the fact that everything was happening so fast, we will still get the chance to look back and reminisce through

Wedding preparations are incredibly time-consuming and stressful, mainly because you want everything to be perfect. Being away from home (the Philippines) made it much more challenging because of the limited resources; thus, forcing us to think of a unique and creative option for one of the most important element of the wedding, the THANK YOU GIFTS. Our guest list comprised roughly of 40 guests (mostly family and friends) so I decided that it was more fitting to give them a very personal gift. An idea sprung to my mind when I remembered

It has almost been three weeks since we tied the knot, our families who have travelled for miles are heading back home one by one, we are about to go back to our normal routine (which means back to work), but we still haven’t thanked every single person who celebrated with us (both physically and spiritually). Our big thanks to everyone who attended our big day including our immediate families, aunties, uncles, cousins, friends, and workmates; to those who sent their well-wishes through letters, text, Viber, and Facebook messages; and especially to those

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