The wedding ceremony is done, the reception is over, payments have all been made (except for that of our photographer)… now we’re into our honeymoon period. It’s our first weekend as husband and wife *shudders*… still trying to wrap my head around that idea really. I do have a lot of blog posts to do… … Continue reading
The last weekend of September was a very, very, VERY busy one for us. First off, we had another scheduled fitting of our gowns (and boyfie’s suit too). It was a rainy/stormy Saturday morning that greeted us and I was dreading the travel we’ll have to go through to get to Emil’s shop. Maybe heaven … Continue reading
As D-day comes closer, we’ve been busy with all the church requirements and part of that is attending a pre-cana seminar. We’re lucky that the parish near boyfie’s place allow couples getting married outside their church to attend the seminar they give. So yesterday we finally attended the seminar and also got the certificate as … Continue reading
August and September are crunch time months for us. It being within the three month period, we had to prepare the various documents needed by the church and the government. It’s a mess really, but what this just means to me, aside from more expenses, is that our wedding is really becoming more real! Omagawd… … Continue reading
Since our reception will be at Sonya’s Garden, we’re entitled to a free food tasting session good for two. Our moms wanted to come too, so they joined us and we just had to pay for both of them (additional Php 795 each). We scheduled our food tasting during one of the long weekends we … Continue reading
This is it then, we’re now within the 3-month prescribed period for most of our church related papers. We’re done with booking most of our suppliers (we’re just missing the one who’ll be printing our invites) and now we’ve started requesting for the different requirements for our marriage license and for the church wedding itself. … Continue reading
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Updates from couturiers I sent emails to. Here are their quotations based on the pegs I sent them. Gretchen Pichay > Based on my pegs, my gown will cost anywhere from Php 30,000 – Php 40,000 (plus accessories). Carmen Lazaro > Bridal gowns starts at Php 20,000 (plus accessories). And here is my updated short list … Continue reading