SuaraBandungBarat.id – Jessica Mila officially married Yakup Hasibuan today, Friday (5/4), at the HKBP Rawamangun Church, East Jakarta.
It has been observed that Jessica Mila’s marriage to Yakup was held according to Batak custom. A number of artist friends and lawyers came to their wedding.
The couple looked solemnly up the altar wearing all white. Arriving at the altar, the priest then read the conditions of marriage in front of the two.
From before the wedding was held, Jessica Mila had shared moments of preparation on Story Instagram. Wearing a long white dress complete with a veil, the artist who was born on August 3, 1990 radiated even more charm on her happy day.
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The wedding blessing ceremony for the couple, who are known to be 3 years apart, took place solemnly. When they said their sacred vows, both of them looked tense and could not hold back their emotions.
“Are you willing to love, understand him, and bear all his shortcomings, and promise not to divorce him until death do you part,” said the priest at the blessing of Yakup and Jessica’s marriage in a YouTube broadcast quoted on Friday (5/5).
“Yes, I am ready,” answered Yakup Hasibuan.
A similar question was then conveyed by the pastor to Jessica Mila at that moment.
Jessica also admitted that she was ready to be a loyal wife to Yakup until death do them part.
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“Are you ready to want Jacob to be a husband, to love with all your heart, to live a holy life together, to understand him, and to bear his shortcomings, and not to divorce him until death do you part,” asked the priest.
“Yes, I am ready,” he continued.
The pastor finally declared that Yakup Hasibuan and Jessica Mila had legally become husband and wife.
The Pastor said that Yakup and Jessica’s marriage, which was united by God, should not be separated by humans.
“In the name of the father, I declare that which is united by God, cannot be separated by man, amen,” said the priest.