Friday, December 21, 2007

LIJSTER - ACONG (December 21, 2007)

One funny thing that occurs during events organizing is that it is all too possible that you'd never meet the couple in the flesh until on the day itself. This is the second time it's happened and it can be rather disconcerting.

The worst thing that could happen is that there's actually no communication whatsoever and you're just handed an idea sketched on notepad paper and nothing more. Hmmm...

Despite an hour and a half of delay (because of late guests), Peiter and Abby finally got on with the ceremony. They've already been married in Netherlands early part of the year.

From paper to reality. A cabana-like structure takes center stage. I had nothing to do with this tent at all. This was the handiwork of one of our crew. The minister has got to be the youngest officiator i've ever encountered. He was very - what's the term for it? - masigasig.

There is unity in uniformity - pink balloon-skirt dresses and crossed legs all in one direction.

Songs and dances completed the night. I heard the youngsters were alagas of Kuya Germs.

Love doesn't make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile. (Franklin P. Jones) and with this quote we send our congratulations and best wishes to the newly-weds. Mabuhay!

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