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Jan. 06, 19 | 2:14 pm

The wedding planner that a couple in Pasig City paid P140,000 to supply food and decorations for their wedding ceremony on December 3 had been arrested by local police for duping the newlyweds.

The wedding planner, Krissa Cananea, was produced to the police station by the newlyweds’ friends and family for distressing the couple during their big day.

According to the Facebook video posted by the bride named Shine Tamayo, the wedding planner had even asked her for an additional budget after some suppliers, including the sounds and lights service/operator, and the event host backed out a day before the wedding.

Instead of blaming it all to Cananea, the bride tried to understand the situation and helped her salvage their wedding day preparation. She gave her Cananea the additional budget that she had asked.

However, during the reception at a hotel, no food had been served for the guests. The exhausted couple tried to appease the attendees by serving them noodles and other street food that were brought at a restaurant across the hotel.

Just when they thought the embarrassment was over, they discovered that the wedding cake had been stuffed with polystyrene foam when the bride sliced through the icing.

The bride covered her face and broke down in tears that guests initiated to take her – and their caterer – to the local police station.

The police confirmed that the base had been made entirely from foam wrapped in red icing.

The bride told her wedding planner: “Walang sorry-sorry dito,” Shine angrily said through her tears. “Grabeng kahihiyan iyan.”

The video of their confrontation has gone viral since.

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