Sunday, January 22, 2012

Shalani Soledad and Roman Romulo

 Dear insansapinas,

Pagkatapos siyang dumaan ng katakot-takot na intriga at mga tsismis, ikinasal si Shalani kay Roman Romulo ngayong Enero 21, 2012. Sa kasal na ito, napatunayan na ang mga pinalutang na mga balita tungkol sa kaniya ay bunga lang ng imahinasyon ng pag-iisip. Kung sino man silang nagsipagsulat noon, MAIINGGIT KAYO. hehehe

Ito ang balita.

The wedding capped a whirlwind romance even by today’s standards. Romulo and Soledad were engaged for five months.
Bridal gown
Soledad’s gown, which designer Inno Sotto said was “simple, feminine and elegant,” was a white romantic number with a fitted V-neck top with lace bodice and a skirt made of 17 layers of soft tulle. She wore a pair of shoes by Lila Almario.
Romulo wore a midnight-blue tuxedo, a white shirt and a gray bow tie by Hugo Boss and a pair of black leather shoes by Louis Vuitton.
The 22 principal sponsors came from the business and political sectors. The Mass lasted over an hour, with not a seat empty in the 500-seat church.
The bride’s mother, Evelyn Soledad Yumol, and uncle Mon Soledad, who looked after the young Shalani while her mother worked overseas, gave the bride away. The bride met her real father only last year.

Soledad was born out of wedlock to banker and businessman Adolfo Aguirre and Evelyn San Ramon, a flight attendant. While her mother worked, the young Soledad grew up with her grandparents, aunt and uncles. Her mother never brought up the subject of her biological father, whom Soledad met only after 30 years.
Soledad wore a Kate Middleton-inspired gown with a lace bodice, tulle skirt and off-shoulder neckline with tiny cap sleeves. The bride’s face was shrouded in a thin layer of tulle. The look was simple yet elegant, calling to mind Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton’s lacey wedding gown when she married Prince William of Britain.

But Shalani chose to show off her arms instead of covering them.
The wedding invitation, made from an off-white paper material, had an embossed “RS” insignia, which stood for the couple’s initials.
After waiting for Soledad for 20 minutes, the guests at the church heaved a collective gasp at the sight of the resplendent bride emerging before them for her march.

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