Much like everything else in life, marriage requires compromise, understanding, and mutual respect to both parties involved. While it can be beautiful at most times, it is no easy set-up. Despite the challenges, couples carry on as they thrive in love and trust because when they do, they make the journey much more meaningful. As a result, the married life favors them well, just like how it did with Sarah and Matteo.
Ever since they exchanged their vows to one another, Mr. and Mrs. Guidicelli have been inspiring the public to grow in love, specially during challenging times. And they have extended their love to millions of people through their first online show together titled Love, Landers.
Let Sarah Geronimo and Matteo Guidicelli inspire you with their first online show airing live on Landers Facebook Page this Sunday, August 30, at 7:30 PM. Save the date and see you there! #SarahandMatteoLoveLanders #landersph #LandersSuperstore
Posted by Landers Superstore on Thursday, August 27, 2020
After the couple shared their heartfelt messages to one another, they also took the time to share their thoughts on marriage:
“I think it’s very, very important that people just synergize together, expand and grow, and just be the best versions of each other…When two people collide, when two people partner, when two people marry, they synergize and become even better, and touch more and more people’s lives,” Matteo explained.
Meanwhile, Sarah G built upon her husband’s thoughts by emphasizing the importance of a God-centered relationship:
“That’s the whole point of marriage, ‘di ba? A God-centered marriage…You make a difference with your marriage, with your relationship…”
Sarah and Matteo, fondly known as the AshMatt couple, continued to fill the night with music, gratitude, and good will as they performed beautiful ballads with Maestro Louie Ocampo. The powerful trio performed songs which include “Other Half,” “Don’t Give Up On Me,” “Don’t Know What To Say,” “Closer You and I,” and Sarah G’s love-hit “Duyan” and a stripped-down version of the iconic “Tala.”
The “Love, Landers” online concert served as a donation platform for Lander’s “Share the Love” program which seeks to provide food for families affected by the pandemic.