“Even though you are married to me, but you are still Vanda, not only my wife, not only the mother of my children, but still Vanda. I want you to remain yourself even though you already have a status as a wife and mother, “Sho said to Vanda on her wedding day.
Nobody knows when the seeds of love arise. All they know, they met at school, and there was never anything special until finally three years later Sho invited Vanda to Prom Night as his date. In short, they began dating and the seeds of love grew deeper.
For years together, various stories have been passed together, one of them is long distance relationship. The situation makes them more often traveled as a combination of longing instead, “24 countries and 54 cities have become part of our relationship journey,” said Vanda.
After seven years together, Sho proposed to Vanda on his birthday in Singapore, where it all began. Four months later, they exchanged promises for a lifetime in the Glass House by Tirtha.
“Coming from two different cultures, I Indonesia and Sho from Japan made us decide to combine the two cultures with a Scandinavian color palette. Sho wore Montsuki, a formal black Kimono, while I wore a traditional Kebaya for the Marriage Covenant, “said Vanda.
During the preparation process, the two of them always remind each other that marriage is their special day, not someone else’s. Therefore, they allow each other to arrange everything according to their wishes.
“We got married on April 15, 2019, it’s a bit rarely married on weekdays, but this is the exact day 10 years ago we started dating,” said Vanda.
The story of Sho and Vanda’s journey can teach us that if everything is lived together, all problems and challenges such as long distance relationship will actually bring each pair closer. Good luck always, Sho & Vanda!
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