#RoadToForever: ‘Kasalan sa Putikan’ goes viral on the Internet

  • Muddy marriage in Masbate went viral
  • The couple kept dancing despite the bride’s gown and the groom’s pants becoming dirty
  • The wedding sponsors and visitors stayed to witness the ceremony despite the challenges
Image capture from Bebsan Jimenez’ Facebook video

The marriage of a couple in Masbate went viral on social media because of the wedding which pushed through despite the reception venue’s frustrating state.

According to a GMA News story, the matrimonial ceremony of Rose Jean Pasilan and Joel Noynay of Cataingan, Masbate took place on December 29. The reception venue was perfectly set up for the special celebration, but unfortunately, heavy rains suddenly poured and ruined the preparations.

As seen in the video posted online, the couple kept dancing despite the lower part of the bride’s gown turning all muddy, as well as the groom’s pants.

It was apparent that the two didn’t mind their muddy outfits but instead focused on the joy of their union as husband and wife.

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Their road to forever may have been challenged by the not-so-good weather but the essence of the occasion proved to be more important.

Pasilan, at the time, wore a long traje de boda while Noynay was in a white coat.

The wedding sponsors and visitors stayed to witness the ceremony which had become extra special and extra ‘memorable’.

The Facebook video has already reached about 2,600 likes, more than 1,500 comments, and some 30,000 shares as of posting.

Here are some comments:

“This video went viral because of the numerous people who were inspired and shared it. God bless and best wishes. That’s true love — rain or shine.”

“What is important is that they are happy. God bless.”

“Rains may have poured on their wedding, it means that bad weather can’t beat love.”

Image capture from Bebsan Jimenez’ Facebook video

Manila Flash rekindled another wedding that overcame challenges. In August 2018, a couple went on with their wedding despite the church being flooded after a typhoon hit the area.