Preparing for a morning wedding in Tagaytay is never too easy, both for the client and the suppliers. Apart from the cold breeze and the enticing cuddle weather, it’s hard to wake up and prepare for a Tagaytay wedding. But it was never the case for JR and Mitch as they faced the morning with a huge smile in Tagaytay.
I never had the opportunity to meet with Mitch before their wedding in Our Lady of Lourdes Tagaytay. Most of our planning and transactions are all done online as she is one very busy lady! A jet setter indeed! Thanks to the power of the internet, I had the chance to meet a person like her.
She trusted me even though we never personally met and just saw me via google.
Already with three kids, JR and Mitch are living the life. When I asked her how they decided to finally do a church wedding, she replied: “it’s about time.” It was an intimate wedding witnessed by a select few.
It was solemn and simple – and that is just what Mitch ever wanted.
During the reception, a message from one of the ninangs really resonated with me. She said,
“There will always be ups and downs. No marriage is ever perfect because those imperfections will help you grow as a couple. Learn to forgive, remove any pride and just continually love each other as how God taught us how.”
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