Newlywed gets huge cash during their prosperity dance

Preparing and eventually doing a wedding event is not just draining in energy but also in the financial aspect. Couples are often left with the burden of trying to fit the wedding expenses into their budget as the church, the reception, and all other things needed for a wedding all require an ample amount of cash.

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But, as for this couple from Binmaley, Pangasinan, what they expensed for their wedding came back to them through the money dance during their wedding ceremony.

Well, they simply earned a whopping PHP844,000 out of the short time that they were dancing with each other.

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According to GMA News, it was as if the now newlywed Allan and Precilla hit the jackpot especially when their relatives started pinning a cape and a crown all made from bills of money.

J.Layno Digital Photography & Videography who were the ones in charge of capturing moments from the wedding shared photos of the event through their Facebook page which shows brilliant smiles from the couple as they gracefully danced.

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The said extravagant money dance was made possible because most of their guests and principal sponsors are from the USA and Canada. This further explains the US Dollars and Canadian Dollars found in their money cape and money crown.

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The bride and the groom were able to receive 13,000 US dollars, 3,250 Canadian dollars, and PHP62,000 which totals to PHP 844,000.

The newlywed couple also explained that they are planning to invest the said amount of money so that they can utilize in building their family in the near future.

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As weddings only happen once in a lifetime, better make it as memorable as possible and this couple sure will never forget their extra special wedding day for the rest of their lives.