Chris & Maiko Wedding

Chris Williams – Maiko Macalagay

Photographer: Wedoitforlove
Videographer: Jake Olaso Wedding Films
MUA for Bride and Groom: Kim Tan- Rodriguez
MUA for bridesmaids: Honey Zafra and Erika Chua
Bride’s gown and female entourage dresses: Paul Rex Mateo
Groom’s wardrobe: Zara UK
Coordinator: The Event Tent
Florist: Nemz. Kiko, Daryl
Cake: MS Rocafort Party Shoppe
Venue: White Cove Laiya Batangas


Sometimes I get Quiet all of a Sudden.
Thats when theres a million and one things going through my mind..


Hear the heavens open up As she laid beside me
See the fire in her eyes
I can feel your heartbeat

One day I am going to wake up,
roll over on my side, and kiss the love of my life good morning.



I can’t promise
to fix all your problems
but i can promise you won’t have to face them alone..

Sitting next to you doing absolutely nothing
means absolutely everything to me.


In my greenhouse
I would like some light Like in New England


I want change the atmopshere
In my greenhouse My flower dress in november’s rain
Your running hands, i can’t wait any longer
Years go by, the tender times are so far away


None can hear us
I woul like, from Fred Astère See a Latécoère again
I would like you to always like me

A moment in my arms, forever in my heart


My flower dress in november’s rain
Your running hands, i can’t wait any longer
Years go by, the tender times are so far away

Everyone says you only fall in love once,
but thats not true, because every time I see you, I fall in love
all over again.

Somewhere between all our laughs, long talks, stupid little fights,
and all our lame jokes.. I fell in love.

after marriage, husband and wife
become two sides of a coin; they just can’t face each other, but still they stay together.

I’m hers, she’s mine
Wedding bells are gonna chime


“Love cannot endure indifference. It needs to be wanted. Like a lamp,
it needs to be fed out of the oil
of another’s heart”


maybe it’s true, maybe we don’t know
what we have until we’ve lost it.
but, maybe it’s also true that we don’t know
what we’re missing until we find it.

3 years ago

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