April 30, 2009 Thursday
Judy Ann Santos And Ryan Agoncillo Wedding
Filipina Actress Judy Ann Santos married Filipino TV host Ryan Agoncillo.
WHERE: San Juan Nepomuceno Church Batangas last
WHEN: April 28, 2009, Tuesday morning
WEDDING CONCEPT: Judy Ann and Ryan wanted is to have a simple, classic and serene, non-traditional wedding, and their dream wedding did come true.
OFFICIATING THE CEREMONY: Father Tito Caluag officiating the ceremony who worked closely with Agoncillo in the youth show “Y Speak.”.
MATRON OF HONOR: Sharon Cuneta.
BEST MAN: Agoncillo’s brother Dondi Agoncillo.
PRINCIPAL SPONSORS: ace photographer Bien Bautista, Ryan's uncle Benjie Gonzales, TV host Susie Entrata-Abrera, director Rory Quintos, and Jane Buencamino, Judy Ann's road manager
WEDDING SINGERS: Agot Isidro, Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez. The wedding march was from the Corrs’ pop hit “Runaway,” which was sung by Isidro. Real-life couple Alcasid and Velasquez sang the Offertory hymn, “The Prayer,” while Alcasid and Isidro interpreted “One Hand, One Heart” during Communion.
OTHER PEOPLE DURING THE WEDDING: There were only 80 to a hundred people in the church. Character actresses Ces Quesada and Mosang Baguio, Judai’s manager Alfie [Lorenzo], Suzi’s husband Paolo Abrera and Agot’s husband Manu Sandejas attended the church ceremony. The couple’s parents, Manuel and Carol Santos, Chito and Niña Agoncillo were present, along with Judai’s brother Jeffrey Santos.
EVENING RECEPTION: Balai Resort in Anilao, Batangas.
JUDY ANN’S WEDDING GOWN: the tube dress with lace trimmings and a long train
DESIGNER: the bride’s longtime designer Paul Cabral.
RYAN AGONCILLO’S OUTFIT: three-piece gray and white suit
DESIGNER: Jerome Lorico
INVITATION: Guests to the reception were given an invitation that came in a most unusual package which is a box containing one-half of a pair of white slippers. The guests are supposed to get the other half at the reception
RYAN AGONCILLO’S PROPOSAL TO JUDY ANN: Agoncillo proposed to the actress at Antulang Beach Resort in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental