Soon-to-wed Kapamilya star Toni Gonzaga is continuously keeping her fans guessing as she remains mum as to the exact date of her wedding day with fiance Paul Soriano.
However, it seems that it is happening soon, according to her interview in the June issue of Metro Weddings magazine.
Curiosity about the Multimedia Star's "Wedding of the Year" continues to increase as she and Paul, and even her sister Alex Gonzaga, have been exceptionally silent as to the other basic details of the much-awaited wedding. Thankfully though, her interview revealed her wedding day "non-negotiables" which included her wedding venue.
While most couples these days opt for destination and adventurous wedding venues, Toni shared that her wedding would happen in a church in her hometown Taytay. The reason, she says, was because the venue was sentimental to her and to her family.
"It's a little tricky holding the ceremony in the church I grew up in Taytay, but that's where I had a lot of my firsts--it's where I first sang, it's where I [was] first told I could start a singing career," she shared.
She also added, "It's also my parents' dream to see me marry in that church, so I want to make it happen."
So far, there are very little details that are known about her wedding. Among them are the following: that her only sister Alex would be her maid of honor and that her wedding would be styled by event stylist to the stars Gideon Hermosa.
The interview revealed that Toni, as it turns out, will be wearing a wedding gown by American designer Vera Wang.
"Even before Paul proposed, I'd always drop by a Vera Wang boutique when I was abroad, just to admire the dresses," she shared.
According to the interview, the fact that Toni has heard of and seen the designer’s name in magazines several times in the past made the decision a no-brainer.
The last item on her list of non-negotiables was naturally her family's approval which includes that of her Mommy Pinty, Daddy Bonoy and sister Alex.
"If I didn't have my family's blessing, the marriage wouldn't happen," she ended.