My late parents brought us to Mt Carmel almost every Sunday when me and my siblings were growing up. I've always loved this place its architecture and of course the good memories of Sunday morning masses and family lunch after.
The church grounds is so spacious. Parking will definitely not be a problem.
Yes, their aisle is really long...
Just imagine, I standing behind the closed wooden doors, and then on cue, my bridal march song ( haven't decided on this yet) will play as the doors slowly open, revealing me in my beautiful white wedding gown. and me maybe crying my heart out of excitement and nervousness and praying that I won't trip for Kuya Paulo might scold me while walking... which would be so typical of me hahahahahah =)
I've always told everyone including Rodel that I want to get married at San Agustin church.. the church where I got baptized it's been my dream church for decades, but I guess when one gets older your prospective changes, I don't even remember my baptismal.. who does?? so when Rodel asked where I would like to have our wedding its like someone whispered "Mt. Carmel" and like on cue I remembered all the memories.
So its only fitting that Ive chosen Mt Carmel to have our ceremony. And I got good news today!!! He was able to book Mt Carmel!!! Yahoo!!!!!
Now we just have to accomplish the Church requirements and since I've been living in Singapore for more than 10 years I have a few additional requirements from the Diocese of Cubao ( Chancery Case - I would explain in another post )