The Best is Yet To Come

Henry Su­narto & Jes­sica Hakim be­came hus­band and wife on 29 July 2017 at Phalosa.

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Wed­ding Venue: Phalosa | Pho­tog­ra­pher: Ax­ioo (Will) | Wed­ding Plan­ner & Dec­o­ra­tion: Kita Bali Wed­ding Wed­ding Dress: Marisa Pur­nama | Groom At­tire: Hugo boss | In­vi­ta­tion: Prima Card | Makeup by Mal­vava | Cake: Creme de la creme

Blame it on the many Hol­ly­wood ro­man­tic flicks we’ve watched since our pread­o­les­cent years, but many boys and girls prob­a­bly know how the wed­ding vows go; In sick­ness or in health, for richer or poorer, for bet­ter or worse.

Like two sides of each coin, a mar­riage is re­al­iz­ing that there’s a chance of things not be­ing more, but less. Not richer, but poorer. It’s not al­ways sun­shine, it could rain down­pour. Yet de­spite the pos­si­bil­ity for a worse turn, the will­ing­ness to have a go for it is more than just in­cred­i­ble, it is ut­terly in­spir­ing.

Truly, mar­riage is like hav­ing the ul­ti­mate com­pan­ion who will stick with you through thick or thin. It’s like get­ting stuck in a boat dur­ing a thun­der­storm, but you’re happy that you have some­one else to feel mis­er­able with.

Mar­riage is when even you’re at the worst think­able sit­u­a­tion, you’re still bet­ter to­gether. And some­times in life that ac­tu­ally means the best thing, not just bet­ter.

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