Friday, December 05, 2008

VERON CRUZ - REY HIPOLITO (December 5, 2008)

ONE WEEK. That's all it took to plan this day's wedding ceremony. Hardly effortless if you ask me. Plan B was done today and this doubles the effort of preparing for today's setup. The tent having been delivered at 8AM (my new supplier is very nice!), we prepared it differently this time with wave swags.
Like so.
In the evening with very minimal lighting, it helped that we used bright yellow Dancing Ladies orchids to accent the aisle flowers and the altar. As usual, the lamps and the spots behind the capiz curtains added to the warmth and coziness of this arrangement. Remind me next time, but I forgot to wrap the metal stands of the tent with fabric *smacks forehead*.
The ceremony was delayed by an hour but the groom was a picture of grace under pressure - calm and collected. Needless to say (but we're still saying it), it helps to have an equally cool Best Man - someone who knows how things are done ("I've been married thrice - to the same girl!", he quipped). Well, that explains it.
At 7PM, the bride appeared from the darkness of the pathway into the light of the tent, welcomed by her family and friends.

The weather was cooperative. A slight shower stirred the guests but did not make a dent on the proceedings. A blessing indeed.

Finally, husband and wife.

There are three things that last: faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is love. (I Corinthians 13:13)


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