The Inquirer’s breaking news as of 9:35 a.m. today: Juday and Ryan Agoncillo say ‘I do’ today – no other details given.
Abs-cbnnews.com also put it as happening “somewhere in Luzon.”
It was a wedding that was kept under wraps up to the last hour, and known only to their closest family and friends. They were celebrities, but looks like they succeeded in making their wedding a very solemn, touching affair. As of early morning today, young superstar Judy Ann Santos married her sweetheart of four years Ryan Agoncillo in a private, out-of-town ceremony – somewhere in Batangas province to be exact.
Although the “unimpeachable sources” of Inquirer showbiz columnist Dolly Ann Carvajal says the wedding will take place May 2 in Tagaytay, our own sources said the wedding already took place today in a church in Laiya in the beach town of San Juan, Batangas. And the guest list was kept to less than 100.
Some important details: Judy Ann wore a Paul Cabral gown and megastar actress Sharon Cuneta was reported to be the matron of honor (or at least an important part of the entourage). Reception was breakfast, not lunch.D
We wish Judy Ann (a.k.a Juday) and Ryan the best in their new life together!
Ryan first proposed to Juday in May last year, at the Antulang Beach Resort in Negros, Oriental. That is why the couple have also planned a series of post-wedding receptions – one at a beach in Anilao, Batangas; the next on May 2 at Rockwell to be catered by Le Souffle, and the last one for their fans and the press.
The fact that the celebrity couple (who will appear soon in an ABS-CBN show ‘George and Cecil’) kept it very hush-hush and engaged media in a guessing game is admirable to say the least. It seems family members, guests and suppliers were sworn to secrecy about the wedding. We like it when public figures and celebrities do not engage in a circus, as expected of them. A live media coverage of a solemn event such as a wedding takes the essence out of it. (
what more in something shocking, as the death of Ted Failon’s wife) Am sure Juday and Ryan didn’t want to exchange vows amid the glaring lights.
I’ll probably write more in my new wedding blog later 😉