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    Marriage

    Hi all,

    I just wanted to share the news that I married my girlfriend on Thursday 23rd February 2017 in a spectacular ceremony in Meycauayan. Everything went perfectly with both our famillies and friends in attendance. To be honest if I had known how quickly we would've got the marriage license I would've had the wedding earlier and then gone on a honeymoon somewhere as it was hard to seperate just a few days later. We are saving for a honeymoon in Paris not too long after she arrives here later in the year, so its all good. I am so proud at the wedding my wife put on, it was amazing!! The venue was amazing, there was tonnes of people, loads of good food, doves, a long and Catholic ceremony, we had custom wedding rings made with engraving and 18k white gold, and most of all she looked breathtaking on the day and she was really, really happy!! Only downside was that it was an unusually hot day and I was sweating my back out in my suit, but my personal assistant kept me hydrated by bringing me water every half an hour or so. There were so many pictures taken...by the guests and the professional photographers that my cheeks were hurting by the end but I wouldn't change a thing. Here are a few pics that my Dad took, the professional ones are still being processed. Can't stress how happy I am right now. Our attention now turns to the visa process.





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    Congratulations to you both. Looks like it was very lavish.
    If you want your dreams to come true ...... first you have to wake up


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.r View Post
    Congratulations to you both. Looks like it was very lavish.
    Thanks Steve, it was pretty lavish. We both loved every minute of it.


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    Congrats to you both, would you like to tell us the cost


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    Many congratulations to you both.
    Looks like a memorable day for all. They're the best.

    From application to receipt of the marriage licence is 10 days by law.
    No chance for anything quicker......legally.

    Here's wishing you both a shining future together.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stevewool View Post
    Congrats to you both, would you like to tell us the cost
    It's not about the cost, but how the day went. Although I will say that it didn't cost as much as what you would imagine. For what we spent we got an amazing value for money. Thanks for the congratulations.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpe View Post
    Many congratulations to you both.
    Looks like a memorable day for all. They're the best.

    From application to receipt of the marriage licence is 10 days by law.
    No chance for anything quicker......legally.

    Here's wishing you both a shining future together.
    Yeah that's bang on. Although I didn't know that until we made our application and by that point all dates were set. I was told to go and leave as much time as possible for it to come through in case of complications. If I had known it would've only taken 10 days I would've booked a honeymoon and had the wedding earlier. Never mind, it went off without any problems and we are saving for our honeymoon in Paris now. Thanks for the congratulations.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ssbib View Post
    It's not about the cost, but how the day went. Although I will say that it didn't cost as much as what you would imagine. For what we spent we got an amazing value for money. Thanks for the congratulations.
    Indeed you are right, money is not everything, it helps thought, finding the one that will treat you right and be there for all your needs and you for all there needs, that's more important in life.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stevewool View Post
    Indeed you are right, money is not everything, it helps thought, finding the one that will treat you right and be there for all your needs and you for all there needs, that's more important in life.
    You're right too, money does help, but the right woman...that can't be bought. I am so lucky to have met my wife. She truly is the love of my life. She gets me, in every possible way, we share the same humour and we just can't get enough of one another. So happy on this day but I'm more excited for the life we will build together when she is here in England permenantly.


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    Congratulations. Your bride looks stunning.

    I remember only too well the bit about sweating in the heat! That and the combined nerves


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    Congratulations to you both, and wishing you a happy future.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry T View Post
    Congratulations to you both, and wishing you a happy future.
    Tanks Harry

    Quote Originally Posted by Slip View Post
    Congratulations. Your bride looks stunning.

    I remember only too well the bit about sweating in the heat! That and the combined nerves
    Cheers Slip, she looks amazing doesn't she? She always looks fantastic but especially so on that day. The wedding day was unusually hot so even the locals were saying it was warm. I managed though but when all the pictures were done I changed in to my shorts and t shirt for the final hour of the party. Can't wait for her to move over here and we can start our life together.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ssbib View Post
    Hi all,

    I just wanted to share the news that I married my girlfriend on Thursday 23rd February 2017 in a spectacular ceremony in Meycauayan.
    CONGRATULATIONS, BOTH - beautiful close-up - in which your bride reminds me of a [much] younger version of what I imagine Vice President Leni Robredo must've looked like ... and even more gorgeous!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    CONGRATULATIONS, BOTH - beautiful close-up - in which your bride reminds me of a [much] younger version of what I imagine Vice President Leni Robredo must've looked like ... and even more gorgeous!
    Thanks Arthur, she is beautiful isn't she and she looked stunning on the wedding day. But what I think truly sets her apart is he beautiful personality and how well we compliment one another. We are truly in love and on top of the world right now, even if we are so far apart again.


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    Congrats to you both. They certainly now how to celebrate over there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by andy222 View Post
    Congrats to you both. They certainly now how to celebrate over there.
    Thanks! They sure do know how to celebrate...it was a great party.


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