Love, love, love.
Love was all over the place on the day Phil and Cindy were finally joined as one. It appeared not only on their faces, but also in the eyes and in the heartwarming smiles of all their families and friends.
Phil and Cindy flew all the way from Papua to the Island of The Gods to tie the knot and chose the chapel of the newly built Mulia Hotel as their venue. Although the place was still an ongoing project, it didn’t reduce the sense of happiness that filled it. One of the catchiest moments for me was the gate crashing. Cindy’s bridesmaids really went out of their ways to challenge Phil and his groomsmen. They prepared food and drinks that was rather unthinkable to me. Personally, I don't think that I have what it takes to touch it, let alone put it anywhere near my mouth, but if the meaning of gate crashing was to experience the tastes of marriage, I’m sure that Phil who passed with flying colors, will go through this marriage just fine! And that’s always a great thing. So, Phil - yeah, you're the man!
Their wedding vows, both the bride’s and the groom’s, moved every hearts in the room. It was a beautiful moment to witness. And, if you’re watching this, you’re in for an exceptionally moving speech, and also the most beautiful first dance I have ever seen.
Congratulations again Phil and Cindy. May your marriage be filled with love and more love.