A wedding day is supposed to be the happiest moment of a woman. But recently, a disappointed bride in Lipa City, Batangas criticized Father Tom Villafranca, the Filipino priest who officiated her wedding. According to Princess Dimayuga Del Rosario, the priest insulted her wedding dress during the wedding ceremony. Watch the video below.
“January 28, 2018 wedding namin ni Christian. I am wearing gold gown and my husband is wearing navy blue tuxedo. UNA, naglakad kami agad kahit wala pa ang pari kase nga daw “itong paring to ay nag uumpisa ng misa kahit wala pa ang kinasal” so nag adjust kami.” Princess Dimayuga Del Rosario wrote on her Facebook page, January 30.
De Rosario, who was married to Christian S. Del Rosario, said she walked down the aisle even if Fr. Tom Villafranca is not yet around, noting she learned that he usually starts the mass even if the couple to be married has not arrived. The frustrated bribe added that she arrived at the church at 10:30 am, but the priest arrived at 11:20 am.
“Ako ba ay magkakasal o maglilibing?” Father Tom Villafranca can be heard saying on in the video.
“Parang may ililibing eh! Ngayon lang ako nakakakita ng ikakasal na ganyan ang suot. Seryoso ba kayo? Yung totoo? Alam nyo bang ilkakasal kayo?” according to Princess, adding that the priest has been mocking her wedding dress during the entire wedding ceremony.
(Will I be officiating a wedding or a funeral? It appears that someone will be buried today. This is the first time I saw a bribe with that kind of wedding dress. Are you serious? Is this for real? Do you know that you’re getting married?)Princess Dimayuga Del Rosario said there were also some brides who even to wear a black wedding dress, and that there’s a story behind their wedding color. In addition, she said that the traditional “kiss the bride” part did not happen because Fr. Villafranca suddenly left and that she did not even realize that the wedding is already over.
The displeased bride said that people who witnesses their wedding were also upset with the attitude of the Filipino priest. She added that they went to the Lipa Cathedral on January 29 to complain, and she was informed that there were also earlier complaints similar to hers. As of posting, Fr. Villafranca or the Archdiocese of Lipa has not yet commented on this issue.
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