September 19, 2009 was the date I said goodbye to singlehood and married the man I know God has destined for me. Everybody knew my and Alvin’s lovestory and they still cannot believe that things like that still happens in real life.
The day was perfect. What made it more perfect was two weeks before the D-Day, we learned that I was two months pregnant already!! (Well, that explains my nausea and constant urge to throw up! I thought it only had to do with the pre-wedding stress! -nana)
I am happy that all of the suppliers that we hired for that day worked perfectly for us. The wedding entourage and guests were all beautiful! The last minute dance number that we prepared for our visitors was greatly appreciated! Alvin rocked the dance floor!! Whew!
One of the memorable things that i cannot forget was the walk down the aisle. I thought I was going to pass out already from the nervousness that i felt while waiting outside the closed doors of the church. When the doors opened, i put one feet in front of the other, towards Alvin. I saw my dear Tita Judith seated at one of the last pews, smiling at me. Halfway to the altar, I saw my mom and dad together waiting for me. When I got nearer to them, I saw my dad with a camera in his hand, and took a picture of me. It was so like him! =) And then we proceeded to walk towards the altar. There were so many people in front! The photographers, videographers, Alvin’s parents, the bestmen and finally I spotted Alvin. Goosebumps ran all over my body and tears blurred my vision. I was so happy and it was finally sinking in! I am getting married to the man i love. The one I’ve always loved. No more saying goodbye and parting ways during nighttime. I can finally talk to him till whenever I please when we’re home. I have someone to love so much without fear if he reciprocates or not. And finally, I have someone who I know will never ever leave me. “Till death do us part” touched me so much!
During the reception, the feedbacks were great. The program wasn’t boring, the food was delicious and the guest (and principal sponsors) did not leave until the program was finished.
It was exhausting but we were very, very happy. We thank the love and support of both our parents and families and friends.
Another chapter has come and we are looking forward to what tomorrow brings =)
Here are some of the photos of us during that day: =)