one of the major things a couple should do ahead of time during wedding preparation is booking a church. you can’t get other wedding suppliers unless you have sealed the date.
it’s quite amusing to know that every couple (or should i say most brides), have different criteria in choosing the perfect church. some couples want a church that has a special meaning for them, like the place where they first met…or could be a church they have seen in some romantic movie. on the other hand, some bride to be’s lean more on the logistics such as having nice wooden doors so they can have their dream grand entrance (moment ko to!) OR a grand looking altar for the after wedding photo ops OR well ventilated (plus points for the aircondition) OR with a balcony where photographers can position themselves, to get that ‘on the top’ shot. some practical bride to be’s just want it somewhere more accessible for their families and friends.
so how did we end up in tagaytay, particularly on chapel on the hill?
for a simple reason that our wedding day is on the peak of summer and of course knowing how hot metro manila is during that month, so i (yes.me.) chose a church somewhere in tagaytay where it is cool and relaxing. and will lessen my chances of getting sweaty and icky on my special day. ang arte arte di ba noh?
well actually, my hmua told me that the weather in manila and tagaytay are just the same. the only difference is that tagaytay is not as polluted as metro manila and despite the hot weather, everything else is still refreshing because of the nature and mountains.
luckily, there was a wedding ongoing during my ocular adventure in coth. i just sort of imagine myself in that moment and i suddenly got excited! i am praying and wishing that it won’t be too hot on our wedding day though. i am also happy to see that the church is small enough, just enough to handle my ‘hopefully’ small number of guests.
ok, so this is the story of the church. i can’t think of anything else to write for now because i feel so lazy. ugh. will be back soon. 😐