Everyone are also singing praises to the speech given by Rudy (father-of-the-bride). It was simple, honest, often funny and entertaining – delivered in a manner that is neither hurried nor laboured – but enviously effective.
The wedding is neither elaborate nor ceremonious, yet you could tell that Graham and Clarina had made allowances for both culture to play a role in the wedding. It is a secular ceremony with a dash of religion from her deeply religious and Catholic upbringing. The Rupac Family has even showcased a “Tinikling” dance as one of the highlights for the night.
A good wedding is important, as I realised tonight – because years from now, as you attend other people’s wedding, you would always look back to your own. Graham and Clarina had a superb marvellous wedding day that they can cherish for the rest of their life.
Congratulations and Best Wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Graham Talbot. As Graham’s Dad had said … May you never lie, cheat or drink … and if you must lie – lie with each other, if you must cheat – cheat death, and if you must drink, then please – drink with us.