Wedding Joy for Panapa and Feiralita

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FAMILY: Rasela Alaifatu with her son Panapa Alaifatu Fanualelei, his wife Feiralita Carin Semi and her mother Lemafa Eseta Semi.

FAMILY: Rasela Alaifatu with her son Panapa Alaifatu Fanualelei, his wife Feiralita Carin Semi and her mother Lemafa Eseta Semi.

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 

This was the meaning of love that Father Spa Silver used as a reminder to Panapa Alaifatu and Feiralita Semi when they exchanged vows at the Immaculate Conception of Mary Cathedral at Mulivai. 

The pair met a year ago and began courting before they decided to seal their love in holy matrimony. 

Yesterday, the pair took that huge step in their relationship as they exchanged vows before their family members and close friends. 

“I am very excited as we finally took another step in our lives,” said Feiralita with a smile on  her face. 

Panapa is 25-years of age and is the son of Alafatu Gasologa and Lasela Fanualelei of Falefa. 

NEWLY WED COUPLE: Panapa Alafatu and Feiralita Semi with Father Spa Silver and the bridal party after the ceremony.
NEWLY WED COUPLE: Panapa Alafatu and Feiralita Semi with Father Spa Silver and the bridal party after the ceremony.
HAPPY COUPLE: Mr and Mrs Alaifatu after they tied the knot.
HAPPY COUPLE: Mr and Mrs Alaifatu after they tied the knot.

He is the 2nd child of three siblings and works as a taxi driver. 

His wife Feiralita 24-years-old and is the daughter of Semi Pipi and Lemafa Eseta Semi of Vaisigano. 

The maid of honor was Selema Talalupe and the best man was K.A Ali’ifaalogo. 

The bridal party included Tala Su’a, Sefo Amituana’i and David Atonio, Fatima Isaia, Donna Faatuala and Esther Konelio 

The church service was followed by a wedding reception at the Church Hall at Matautu-Uta and was attended by family members and friends.

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