Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Gladys & Jun's Wedding

Here's To Love ! Cheers!  

"Once in a while, right in the middle of an ordinary life, Love gives us a fairytale"

This was the phrase that grabbed my attention upon getting hold of the embossed wedding invite from Tata and Jun. 

Tata happens to be Gladys Bojo, the daughter of Mr. Brillo & Mrs. Erlinda Bojo of Tagbilaran City.

Jun happens to be Jun Lee, a very charming, affable and boyish- looking gentleman from Taiwan

Their October 13, 2012 wedding at the Assumption of our Lady Parish Church in Dauis capped a beautiful love story that started on a seemingly uneventful boat trip plying the Bohol- Cebu route. 

Jun who was on his first trip to the Philippines caught a glimpse of Tata and was so smitten especially with her pertness and vivacity. Talk about love at first sight. 

Both were at the right place and at the right time. One thing led to another with Jun in hot pursuit and the linguistic and cultural differences didn't matter at all


The most touching moment at the wedding reception held at the majestic Dagohoy Grand Ballroom came when I asked Jun for a message for Tata.

With a prepared message, Jun nervously professed his undying love and devotion for his one and only Tata 

Here is the heartfelt speech of Jun for Tata:

Tata, I may not make you the richest woman in the world but one thing is for sure and that is to make you the happiest wife in the world"

Bunch of Boholana Beauties with Brains & Breeding


Congratulations and Best Wishes Once Again to Tata & Jun

Here are the highlights of the church wedding & reception 
Video Credit: Mark Ramasola of Artline Studio 

Here is the special AVP I prepared as a surprise for the couple.
 I conceptualized and edited the whole shebang myself!

Wedding Venue                 : Assumption of Our Lady Church, Dauis, Bohol
Reception Venue               : Dagohoy Grand Ballroom, Bohol Tropics Resort, Tagbilaran City
Event Styling                      : Boy Dumadag & Mike Yu of Blue Grass Project

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