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Invitation art and White flower crown by Yours truly | Photograph by Arbi Tiu of *Happy
The moment I got engaged, I had all these images flashing in my head - how I pictured the wedding, how my dress will look like, who we want to celebrate with, how he would look at me the moment he sees me walking down the isle. I got crazy excited to which I think any bride to be would go through! It's a once in a lifetime event that you would forever carry and look back at.

The best lesson so far? God provides - good,loving people and finances.
Since we are a young and starting couple, having a grand wedding was out of the picture. 
Even before the proposal happened, we've already been clear that it will be a wedding that will involve our family and friends. From the preparations, to choices of songs, and even the DIY materials, everything would be so great if the people we love and shared our life with will be hands on with the preparations. 

Now that we're six months away, the DIY preparations have started! I was just amazed how one Saturday afternoon would be so productive and produce 6 out of 10 flower crowns and 25 pairs of invitations hand cut. This would be impossible without the loving hands of my patient and loving fiance Dennis, good friends Arbi and Marvie (who by the way are also my coordinators), and of course my very supportive Maid of Honor Cathy.

Weddings are special, but it does not have to be expensive. After all, it's a celebration of two hearts uniting as one in the presence of God and people that care about you. At the end of the day, everything will be a blurry sight and all you could see is the face of that one person you've sincerely prayed for, the person your parents dearly uplifted to God the moment you were born.

We still have a lot to do, but I'm just really blessed to see my family and friends stepping up and showing utmost care for the both of us. I cannot wait to see more of God's glory!

 Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins. 1 Peter 4:8


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