The interesting detail in Joyce Pring's wedding ensemble was her choice of footwear. Underneath her wedding gown was a pair of boots! And her reason was not just because of comfort.

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In her Instagram post, Joyce said the pair was a witness to her then-budding romance with now-husband Juancho Trivino. She recounted, "Juancho and I first did Unang Hirit (and many consecutive episodes together after,) I would always be wearing this particular pair.

"Grateful for such an amazing team for my #Bridechilla look."

For her laid-back bridal look, she had pale pink lips and the lightest touch of blush on her cheeks.

Her wedding gown was designed by Liz Martinez. Joyce gushed on Instagram: "My dress was made by Israeli designer @lizmartinezbridal whose whimsical bridal designs took my breath away when I first tried them on in New York.

"Thank you Liz for the most perfect wedding dress, it even has POCKETS. It was really made for me." 

Make-up artist Gela Laurel and hairstylist Jerry Javier made up the bridal glam team.

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The Unang Hirit host continued, "I didn't want to do or wear anything that wasn't fully ME on my wedding day so I was overwhelmed with happiness because of how my whole look turned out."

The GMA-7 stars had a sunset wedding at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila on February 9, 2020.

Juancho asked for Joyce's hand in marriage in August 2019.

They became a couple in May 2019.

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