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Bacolod City, PhilippinesThursday, April 25, 2013

Love comes from most
unexpected places


Love truly comes from the most unexpected places.

It all began more than seven years ago, when Aiza Cecile Go of Doña Juliana met Jayson Villa of Villa Lourdes at NICE KTV Bar, Goldenfield Complex in Bacolod City. He was struck by her unusually expressive eyes and found himself thinking of her constantly after that first “Hello”. Amazingly, Aiza also felt an attraction for the good-looking new guy.

The friendship quickly blossomed into love but was interrupted for two years when Aiza left to work as a nurse at the Saudi Center Clinic in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Although they missed each other very much, they kept in touch via Skype and text messages. After a while, Jayson, who is also a nurse, left to work at Aramco, Saudi Arabia. The distance between them only made their love stronger until they decided to finally get married more than seven years after that first meeting.

And so, on a beautiful summer afternoon, Aiza and Jayson tied the knot at St. Joseph the Worker Parish in Bacolod with the full attendance of their families and friends. The bride looked absolutely radiant in her elegant wedding gown as she glided down the aisle towards her handsome groom waiting at the altar.

The dinner reception at the Grand Ballroom of Planta Hotel opened up with a bang as the newlyweds entered the venue, and immediately performed a rousing dance number to the delight of the guests.

Aiza informed us that she and Jayson will return to their respective jobs in Saudi Arabia after their honeymoon.

To the newlyweds, best wishes and congratulations on your unforgettable wedding!*

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