"Mas mahirap, given kasi pandemic ngayon, most especially because we don't have full control over what's happening around us, pati yung protocols, decision ng government, it affects everything," Carla said in an interview with Lhar Santiago on GMA News' 24 Oras.
"Pero kahit paano, naitatawid naman po so far," she added.
Carla and Tom announced their engagement in March 2021, but the proposal actually happened in October 2020.
In May, Carla and Tom's wedding banns went ~viral~ on social media, letting netizens know about their wedding date, church, down to their full names, cities of residence, as well as the names of their parents. At the time, the banns indicated they were getting married on October 23, 2021, at the Madre De Dios Chapel in Tagaytay Midlands, but it's clear the wedding date has changed, based on the 24 Oras report.
ICYDK, wedding banns are part of Catholic churches' pre-wedding requirements, wherein the names and details of Catholic couples to be married are displayed in their respective parishes. The idea is to inform the public about the wedding so that anyone objecting to the marriage can take action.
In one of her IG Stories, Carla explained how wedding banns are required for Catholics tying the knot in Catholic churches.
"It is a necessary step to be able to secure a wedding permit," Carla wrote.
These days, Carla and Tom are busy with their wedding preps. In Carla's latest vlog, she shows how they've been meeting with suppliers, attending their pre-Cana (a course or consultation for Catholics about to be married), and working on their wedding gift registry.
Watch Carla's vlog here: