Long-term couple Jeddah and Jep celebrated this year's Independence Day with a Spanish-themed wedding. Warm and ornate details allowed the couple's wedding to exude old-world charm and romance.
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Jeddah and Jep first met in fifth grade, and later on became good friends in high school. A romantic relationship eventually blossomed between them when they entered junior high, but the two had to keep mum of the relationship because of Jeddah's strict parents.
The couple's secret relationship went on for seven years until they were old enough to tell their parents. They were then blessed with four more years of a strong and steady relationship. Even if Jeddah had to work in Singapore for two years, the couple was still able to keep their relationship strong. With 12 long years of being a couple, it was no surprise when Jep finally popped the question to Jeddah on her birthday.
Jeddah and Jep tied the knot on June 12 with a romantic Spanish-themed affair. The couple took the theme to heart as they clad themselves and their entourage in opulent Spanish-inspired wedding attire. The couple also exchanged I do's at the gothic San Sebastian Church, whose ornate interiors complemented the couple's chosen theme. Warm shades of red, orange, brown, and gold also marked their event, which channeled an irresistible old world charm.
The couple successfully pulled off their elaborate theme, and Jeddah and Jep's wedding proved that working together brings the best results. The bride tells planning couples, "Always consult each other in making decisions." She adds, "Don't be too occupied with [the] preparations, [and] make sure you still have time to relax [with your groom]--[go out on] dates and out-of-town getaways." The bride also asserts that come wedding day, couples should learn to just "Let go and let God."