Bride Born Without Legs Ditches Wheelchair To Walk Down The Aisle
Newlywed couples usually face pressure and weirdness more than anyone else at their own wedding. There will be the unfamiliar clothing they need to handle rightly as well as they have plenty of details to remember. Because most of the eyes at a wedding would be eager to see what the couple’s trying to do, it becomes more challenging for the couple to be comfortable.
The usual star of the wedding, the bride often undergoes most of the pressure. Wearing a stunning wedding dress and holding a bridal bouquet in her left hand, the Cebu bride walked down the aisle using her hips and right hand.
Rosie Babor is one such brave and strong bride who had a greater degree of difficulty than others. Though she regularly uses a wheelchair to walk around, she preferred it for her wedding.
1Bride who born without legs walked down the
What she did was certainly beyond imaginations, as she walked through the aisle at her wedding without using her wheelchair. Remember Rosie Babor was born without legs, and that’s what makes her aisle walking moment so much overwhelming and inspirational. A man called Arvin Polinar Sumagang, who attended the ceremony, posted a 28-second video of Babor’s walk on Facebook.
2Why she didn’t use the wheelchair to walk down the aisle?
As of now, her video of walking down the aisle at her wedding without using a wheelchair is hitting the social media all around. There was no pressure on Rosie Babor to attend the wedding ceremony without a wheelchair but she had her own feelings and dreams for her big day. Rosie said she wanted to go through her wedding day as all other brides do. To make things easy for herself, she preferred a specially made wedding dress that helped her to move much more comfortably. That’s so amazing.
3The couple tied the wedding knot after three years of dating
After three years of dating, Mario Perez and Rosie Babor finally go wedded this month in the Philippines’s Cebu City. Though social media turned upon the event instantly, their love story went viral. October 5 was the day when Rosie Babor from Cebu, Philippines officially tied the knot of the wedding with the love of her life Mario Perez. According to reports, the bride had plans of using her wheelchair for her big day previously but she eventually decided to ditch that plan.