We had our second-to-the-last fitting last Sunday with Ron De Torres. Barong and Gown nearly done. 😀
There’ll be a couple of signs at the wedding. One’s a “Here Comes the Bride” handheld banner (not pictured). There’s an A-frame “Happily Ever After Starts Here…” (first picture). Lastly there’ll be a corkboard timeline (second photo) tacked and pinned with our photos and date receipts (last photo, so Jenkinsonian-Archival, I know…)
Yup, we have our marriage license now. Look out, world. XD
What I love about my Maid of Honor and Bridesmaids is that they really take their duties seriously. One of my bridesmaids, my super creative sister Janine always helps me in my DIYs and has accompanied me to Divisoria twice already. My other bridesmaid, my college bestfriend Daisy once went to Dangwa with her boyfriend to scout suppliers for flowers and floral arrangement for the church and reception. She even went to a junk shop to look for wine bottles to be used as table numbers.This time, my Maid of Honor Jefel showed her hidden talent, creativity and kaartehan (LOL) in making the baskets for our flower girls.
So pretty! She also posted her obra maestra in her blog.
Thank you! I’m such a happy bride-to-be blessed with perfect Maid of Honor and Bridesmaids! 🙂
Taken at SM City North – The Block
Every year… Basta meron sa The Block…
Ladies and Gentlemen… I now have shoes.
Rajo! for Milanos.
The John Lapus snatched the pair I was eyeing minutes before we arrived. But it was for the best. The pointy-toed, black-fore to grey-sole model was tight around my toes. I shifted to the more stubbly black mid-cut pair. Hehehehehe, it’s more me. Mami for the pix.
Note to those tying the knot. You’ll be attending many interviews and seminars. XD
You’ll need to attend a seminar before getting a marriage license from the local civil registry. You’ll need the certificate for the church. You’ll be interviewed by the parish priest (pre-cana). You’ll need the certificate for the marriage banns. You’ll need the banns requirement for the church wedding. You’ll need to attend a seminar given by the church.
I am now confused… O_o
Here are our Pre-Marriage Counseling Seminar pics for the Marriage License. XD The social workers and midwives were hilarious with their sense of humor.
We added to the gift registry at SM Marikina after Christmas Coffee at Starbucks. With Christmas Starbucks Coffee come cherries. And I am still quite adept with cherry stems. *wink*
After applying for the marriage license, looking up the seminar schedule and making a downpayment for the mini cooper rental, we picked up the SM Gift Registry cards and made our initial choices. We also ate at the newly opened Chicken Charlie restaurant and Belgian Waffles kiosk at SM Marikina.
We applied for our marriage license at the Marikina City Hall. The seminars will be at the Public Health Office.