Newly-Wed Couple Gives Away “Sibuyas sa Bayong” during Wedding

Newly-Wed Couple Makes Unique Move of Having “Sibuyas” as Wedding Giveaways

NEWLY-WED COUPLE – A couple has decided to give away “sibuyas sa bayong” to their guests during their wedding.

Nowadays, one of the controversial matters in the Philippines is the high costs of “sibuyas” or red onions in several areas across the nation. In fact, the onions have become the content of several memes on social media due to its high prices.

A lot of netizens even chose to give their loved ones red onions on special days such as birthdays and anniversaries because of the high costs of onions which they compared with chocolates and flowers which are the usual gifts then.

In fact, red onions have played some roles in wedding occasions, too. Recently, a newly-wed couple gave away “sibuyas sa bayong” or red onions in small native bags made of leaves during their wedding.

It could be seen in a video posted by wedding coordinator Aldrik Gohel on Facebook that a lot of red onions were prepared by the newly-wed couple on their special day to be given to their guests. They had several little “bayongs” as well where they placed the “sibuyas” to be given to their family and friends who came to their wedding.

Newly-Wed Couple Sibuyas Giveaways
Screengrabbed from Facebook/Aldrik Gohel

Based on the post of Aldrik, the wedding reception was held at AQUILA Crystal Palace Tagaytay Events Place. Here’s the video posted by the wedding coordinator on social media:

A few days ago in another wedding, sibuyas was used in the bouquet of the bride instead of using traditional flowers. Red onions were also used in the wreaths held by the bride’s maids.

Previously, there was also an instance when a netizen pranked her partner when she gave her red onions in the packaging of the famous luxury chocolate Ferrero Rocher. She removed the chocolates and replaced them with red onions.

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