Tuesday, December 2, 2008

The wedding....

Last Saturday, we attended the wedding of Renee and Jake. Renee is one of the granddaughters of my LH. The wedding was held at Mt Zion church and the reception was at Knights of Columbus building. The food was really good who was prepared by Angie B (another granddaughter). The decoration and arrangement was all fine except the music hmmm it seems to me that they don't know how to prepare songs like this kind of event. Overall, the wedding was not prepared in all fabulousness like what we see on tv (whose wedding it is anyway). But it was done in concerted effort by relatives and friends and that is how Renee and Jake will remember.
On another note, that was my third time to attend a wedding. My first was in Austin, Texas and as what I have seen the secondary sponsors wore black gowns. But they are so gorgeous and classy. And most of the guest wore their black dress and the men are in their ties, that makes it more elegant looking. Here are some of the pics.

4 comments:

Stev&Emz said...

yan ba hubby mo sis Kim? u 2 look so elegant. =)

Manang Kim said...

hi emz, thanks and yes that is my hubby.how are you na?

marykay said...

Hi Kim, weddings are so expensive nowadays arent they. Its hard for a couple to pay for everything even the price of flowers and photography is outrageous! I understand what you mean, I've been to weddings too for example, a friend of my husbands that we went to last year, they got married outside in their dads backyard. The white plastic chairs were discolored and looked dirty even if they are not dirty! haha! And the decor on the table were evergreen trees they collected in their dads backyard and planted in little pots for guests to take home. Some kept falling over and getting dirt ont he table. Well, they wanted a "outdoorsy" theme so thats okay but I think they could have done better with the chairs. They only gathered what was lying around the house. hee hee. It was a nice ceremony overall though and with the money they saved they bought their first house..

Manang Kim said...

You bet even the simplest wedding does cost tons of money. Your friend made a wise move to simplify the wedding but later on own their house that is remarkable.