When Jong and Monique got married, they celebrated each other's differences and similarities.

The two first met when they were working as top executives of two rival events companies, and often found themselves pitted against each other in bids. Later on, they put corporate rivalry aside when their companies merged--and soon, romance blossomed.

Their faith also brought them together, and so the couple celebrated their Christ-centered relationship by incorporating small but meaningful details into their wedding. Their shared belief was best seen in their cake topper--a pair of salt and pepper shakers with the Biblical verse "In Christ Alone" to assert that only Christ can bring flavor to people's lives. The unusual toppers symbolized their shared faith and individual uniqueness. After all, Monique and John are very much like salt and pepper--totally different from each other, yet always found together.

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