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WATCH: Ai-Ai delas Alas, Gerald Sibayan’s ‘save the date’ Cebu video makes you believe in love again

/ 12:12 PM October 29, 2017

Ai-Ai delas Alas and fiancé Gerald Sibayan chose to fly to Cebu for their their engagement shoot and video, and selected breathtaking locations that represent love.

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The Temple of Leah, made in the style of Roman architecture, and the stunning 10,000 Roses Café were perfect backdrops to capture the couple’s undeniable happiness with one another.

The temple was created by Teodorico S. Adarna as an undying remembrance to his wife Leah after she passed away in 2010.

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The actress and comedian wore a strapless red gown which fit the grandeur of the landmark.

She and Sibayan had a more casual look among the bright LED roses, where they stood under a clear umbrella strung with Christmas lights.

Another location was the Sirao Flower Farm, known as the “mini-Amsterdam” of the Philippines because of the variety of attractive flora.

For the “Bes and the Beshies” star, her  wedding this December will be her third, though this is the first time she’s experienced having an engagement session.

Guests in the Manila wedding will include Sharon Cuneta as her matron of honor; Marian Rivera, who is gifting her with a Frederick Peralta wedding gown; and Alden Richards as one of the best men. JB

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