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    Fiancé allegedly cheats; bride-to-be sells wedding items at lower price

    MANILA, Philippines – After discovering that her soon-to-be husband is having an affair, a bride-to-be decided to cancel their upcoming wedding plans and put her wedding gown, their wedding rings and reception venue rental up for sale at a discounted price.
    Fiancé allegedly cheats; bride-to-be sells wedding items

    Junesa Ann Infante, friend of the bride, posted photos of the wedding items up for sale on her Facebook page on Wednesday, April 28. Infante revealed that her friend was in an 11-year-relationship with her fiancé.

    Ito na ang pinaka mahirap na trabahong gagawin ko para sa dapat na kasal mo Danica Saura 😭 11years in a relationship...

    Posted by Junesa Ann Infante on Tuesday, April 27, 2021

    Their wedding was initially set on December 21, 2020 but the couple had to move it to March 27, 2021. Unfortunately, the wedding had to be rescheduled again because of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) restrictions. The couple was supposed to say their I do’s on May 15, 2021.

    But before the engaged woman could even walk down the aisle, she allegedly discovered that her fiancé was cheating on her. Apparently, photos her fiancé accompanied by another woman on a beach were posted on a travel group on Facebook. Soon after, the bride-to-be discovered other proof of the reported cheating of her fiancé.

    “Anyone na magpapakasal this year po of any event i will be giving away po yun supposed to be reception venue (casa ibarra sala de amor) sa mababang halaga,” the bride-to-be wrote in the caption of her Facebook post.

    The rental fee for the reception venue at Casa Ibarra in Pasay Complex is now being sold for only P150,000 instead of P230,000. Meanwhile, the pair of gold rings initially valued at P45,000 is now up for sale at P25,000. Lastly, the wedding gown with complete accessories, originally priced at P20,000, has been marked down by 50 percent at P10,000.

    While several netizens took interest in purchasing the discounted wedding items, many sympathized with the bride-to-be. Aside from the emotional trauma she has to endure from the alleged cheating, the woman has to carry the burden of disposing the wedding items she won’t be needing.

    Infante’s post quickly went viral amassing 36,000 reactions, 10,000 comments and 26,000 shares as of writing.

    — Mini, The Summit Express

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