Friday, 1 June 2007

Excited for Ria and Dan's Wedding!

7:30 tonight is my flight for Davao to attend Ria and Dan's Wedding. I'm so happy for my friends and I'm so excited to witness their dream come true as they exchange vows and start a lifetime commitment blessed by God. I know many of you who are the couple's friends from other part of the world really like to come, but simply can't because you're at the other part of the world (hehe, sorry na lang =p). Don't worry we'll keep you updated with pictures.

Ria and Dan's Wedding Invitation
As for my murdered dress, I'm not going to wear it - no way, heller! We discovered a designer, Dong, who just charges 2500 for a rush gown. He's an authentic designer and I expect his work is much better than that of Aling Fe because their shop (Carmen Lazaro of Vonticar Bridals) is registered in the Philippine Wedding Summit. Their shop is in Glorietta 2, Goldcrest Bldg. Lizette also has her gown made there, I picked it up last night, I looks great! I still have to claim my gown this 4pm. I demanded to have it altered because during the fitting last night the bodice was too low. My boobs might spill out (baka magreklamo si Ria, matatalbogan ko sya). Fingers crossed, I hope when I fit my gown again this PM, it's kagalang-galang...

3 comments:

aneshka said...

wah!!! pisti giatay. di ko ka attend!!! may na lang naa pud koy akong invitation.

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